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The IT Factor: Stephen King’s Terrifying Tale Remastered

By Cassandra Lyles, curtesy Frightening, creepy and downright disturbing are all superb ways to describe the revamp of Stephen King’s award winning novel, “It.” Loosely based off of the fairy-tale “Three Billy-Goats Gruff,” this tale of terror has lasted throughout the decades. With awards and nominations such as the August Derleth Award, this classic horror… Continue reading The IT Factor: Stephen King’s Terrifying Tale Remastered

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Immigrant by Law, American by Heart

By Michelle Lecumberry, News Editor Imagine being raised in the United States for most of your life. Everything you know is in the US. Everyone you know is in the U.S. You have friends here. You grew up here. Your entire life has been in the U.S. The idea of the US government deporting you… Continue reading Immigrant by Law, American by Heart

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ADVENTURES WITH CAM: RIDE EM’ CAMBOY: RIDE OR DIE CHILI STYLE

By Cameron Purcell, Columnist It was a lovely, sunny day. Though it was not the sun that made this day so lovely. No, there was something far greater than the sun. Today was the day that at Lone Star College-Kingwood there was a chili cook-off. I had enlisted a fellow member of the newspaper to… Continue reading ADVENTURES WITH CAM: RIDE EM’ CAMBOY: RIDE OR DIE CHILI STYLE