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Kingwood XC Dominates at Region
Carly Ahrens November 1, 2021

The Kingwood Mustangs cross country teams competed at the Region 3 Championships...

Kingwood Cross Country Wins Big at Districts!
Rebecca Rhodes October 23, 2021

Thursday, October 14th was a great day for Kingwood Cross Country! The cross country district meet, consisting of teams...

Tennis Heads Into the Playoffs Strong
Janak Krishnan October 14, 2021

On Tuesday, October fifth, Kingwood Highschool defeated archrivals, Atascocita, to finish the season as undefeated district...

Volleyball Goes Gold
Sawyer Bryce September 29, 2021

Friday September 24th, Kingwood Volleyball played their Go Gold game against Humble High School. Gold Fight Win raises awareness,...

Red (Taylor’s Version): The Impact of the Re-Recordings
Red (Taylor’s Version): The Impact of the Re-Recordings
Charlotte Karner November 29, 2021

 Big Machine Records has faced controversy due to Scooter Braun’s acquisition of the label, resulting in his ownership of Taylor Swift’s...

Battle of Mind & Body
Isabella Espinosa, Co-Editor-and-Chief • October 7, 2021

Think about it, how often do people truly recognize the connections between emotions and sickness? Some would say not at...

"Not Like Other Girls"
Sawyer Bryce March 29, 2021

In an effort to keep female main characters interesting, the media gives women unique traits that set them apart from...

7 Study Habits of Successful Students
Isabella Espinosa, Assistant Stem Editor • January 11, 2021
Maximize the efficiency of your study time to provide yourself with ample rest, recovery, and brain power! 
HOSA Prepares to Compete Internationally
Salmon Colored High Heel Shoes – Human Trafficking Awareness 2021…

Salmon Colored High Heel Shoes – Human Trafficking Awareness 2021…

January 11, 2021

During the 2020 October school break, I was traveling...

10 Things You Can Do While the Power is Out

10 Things You Can Do While the Power is Out

October 5, 2020

Let’s face it: if you live in Kingwood, you are no stranger to power outages.

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Record Breaking Region Results for Kingwood Orchestra
Kingwood Band Takes on Concert Season

Kingwood Band Takes on Concert Season

February 13, 2021

A full concert on-stage was not imaginable for the...

2020 Marching Band Comes to a Close

2020 Marching Band Comes to a Close

November 28, 2020

2020 has been a tumultuous year for just about every...

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Scientist by Stavos
What It Means To Be a Scientist Today
Isabella Espinosa, Co-Editor-and-Chief • January 8, 2022

When discussing scientists across history, many tend to focus on the scientists...

The (In)visible Organ film premieres in January 2021 and will dive into innovations and reforms in reproductive healthcare.
How Can An Organ Be Invisible?
November 26, 2020
When you see or hear the word “organ”, what comes to mind? When it comes to the integral parts of our bodies that unconsciously and perpetually carry out life-sustaining functions, the organs you might think of are often the ones discussed most commonly. While we can’t see most of our organs doing work within us, there is one particular building block in the bodies of about half of the world’s population that can be considered “invisible.” The organ in question? The cervix.
Graphic depicting a facial scan through a facial recognition system.
Getting Tech Literate: Facial Recognition Systems
September 6, 2020
As the influence of technology in today's politics, economics, and society becomes increasingly apparent and strong, it's important to become technologically literate and understand their functions, ethics, and role in policymaking. In this article, I introduce facial recognition systems and how they work as well as their applications, before discussing their benefits and any issues/concerns with this technology.
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