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Sparking Change – The Girls Empowerment Network

Isabella Espinosa May 12, 2021

     Confidence, coping skills, collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity: the 6 C’s that serve as the fundamentals of the Girls Empowerment Network. A 501(c)(3) founded in...

We played across 20 courts at the Kingwood Country Club with 80 plus players honoring Coach Dwyer as a team one last time on Saturday, March 27, 2021. #dwyerstrong. - Photo Credit: Kelvin Shaw

A Letter to our Coach…

Jacob Shaw, Sports Editor March 30, 2021

The last few weeks have been filled with sadness due to the passing of Coach Greg Dwyer. We are thankful as a KHS Tennis Team to see the support we have received from our current coaches Coach Ruiz and...

Maya Angelou’s Legacy

Isabella Espinosa February 20, 2021

     Each year, February gives way for the honorary celebration of Black History Month: a celebration of more than just Africans, but their empowering history and their struggle for freedom. Black...

Maximize the efficiency of your study time to provide yourself with ample rest, recovery, and brain power!

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! 

Salmon Colored High Heel Shoes – Human Trafficking Awareness 2021…

Aynslee Adelman January 11, 2021

During the 2020 October school break, I was traveling through Marshall, TX en route to Caddo Lake. My parents, sister, and I were following my grandfather (aka Papa) and other family members in the truck...

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?

Neha Shaw November 27, 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.
A photo originally featured in Laredo Morning Times shows inside White Elm Cafe Bakery.

Past, Present, and Future- KHS Alumni Opens a Restaurant

Katie Brubaker November 8, 2020

Food is something that almost everyone enjoys. It can bring people together, allow for good conversation, and most importantly, satisfy the tastebuds. A Kingwood High School graduate has gone on to work...

Photo Credits: CBS News

Biden Wins Election Week 2020

Farhan Ahsan, Assistant Opinions Editor November 8, 2020

The American people have spoken. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are now the President-Elect and Vice President-Elect. When all the votes are counted, it is very likely that they will have 306 Electoral Votes–...

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The Presidential Election Pulled a 2020

Farhan Ahsan, Assistant Opinions Editor November 4, 2020

I think we can all agree that 2020 has been a year like none other. The Presidential election followed suit. Many key swing states including the 3 swing Great Lakes States (Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania)...

A 2020 Harris County

Evolving Scene of Voter Engagement

Emily Moore October 31, 2020

The push to get out the vote in the 2020 election is seemingly stronger than ever before with Harris County voters are coming out in record numbers. In the first seven days of 2020's early voting, the...

The Longnecker family's Airstream in front of the mountains of Arizona.

Tiny Living: Freedom or Confinement?

Isabella Espinosa and Emily Moore September 2, 2020

In recent decades, tiny living has been on the rise around the world, and as a result, conversations about the quality of the lifestyle have blossomed. Taking time to listen to the experiences and advice...

Class of 2021: Kicking off our Senior Year

Neha Shaw, Editor-in-Chief August 23, 2020
Kingwood's graduating Class of 2021 has entered senior year: what many consider to be the close of a rather unconventional high school experience.
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