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Hurricane Season Begins

Displayed above is a photo of Hurricane Dorian from last summer's hurricane season. Photo Credits: Marketwatch

Ainsley Smith

June 13, 2020

  What is Expected of 2020’s Hurricane Season As we start off this year’s hurricane season, it’s only natural to wonder what is in store for this summer. Hurricane season started on June 1st and will last until November 30th. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration  (NOAA)...

A Healing Solution to the Racism in this Country

The statue of Robert E. Lee in Richmond has been the site of vandalism and protests in the wake of George Floyd's death. Photo Credit: Prince William Times

Natalie Burgos

June 8, 2020

Nowadays, you could just look outside your window and see the protests that have been going on for the past week. While all the protests that have happened in Kingwood have been peaceful, the same cannot be said about the rest of the country. George Floyd’s death has made a lot of people ponder and...

College Applications: What has changed due to Covid-19?

College applications might be changing this year. Artwork created by the photographer.

Alex Richmond, Features & Lifestyle Editor

May 29, 2020

College applications may be changing this year: what to expect and what to do now

Covid-19 Heals the Earth…Temporarily

India and Europe cut emissions by 26% and 27% respectively.- Economic Times, May 22, 2020

Isabella Espinosa, Staff STEM Writer

May 24, 2020

For the past few months most of the world has been silent as people isolate within their homes, public spaces close, and thousands fall victim to the Coronavirus. This once in a lifetime pandemic has placed everyone's lives on hold. The hustle and bustle in cities such as Manhattan, London, and Tokyo...

The Journey of Plastic Bottles Around the World

One bottle will take an estimated 700 years to dissolve completely, or; It is estimated that in 2021 there will be 583.3 billion PET bottles produced annually around the globe.

Isabella Espinosa, Staff Stem Writer

May 24, 2020

Plastic bottles continue to remain highly relevant to our daily lives and economy, sold in places like vending machines, sandwich shops, and sports games. This genius invention is one of convenience and controversy. Commercially, the first plastic bottles were produced in 1973, filled with drinks ran...

New Normal for KHS Alumni – Online College and Returning Home

Emma Brinsden, freshman Public Relations major and Business minor at the Moody College of Communications at the University of Texas at Austin.

Neha Shaw and Daphne Han

May 8, 2020

This has been a crazy time for all of our KHS Alumni returning home and adjusting to online classes finishing strong this week.  We took some time during quarantine to survey how they are doing and how they are using their time.  Many of these college students just embarked on their independence as...

Opening Texas in Stages and Schools Closed for the Year…

Governor Abbott announced to the state his plan for re-opening Texas in stages.

Jacob Shaw, Sports Editor

April 21, 2020

The news this past weekend was hard for many students and families in Humble ISD to digest.  For Kingwood High School, this past weekend was supposed to be senior picnic, prom and the start of the senior celebrations and recognitions for the Class of 2020. Students were still holding out hope for UIL...

The Economic Fallout of COVID-19

COVID-19, global quarantine, shut down of the global economy, markets closing at all-time lows are all apart of the anxiety we see in this economic fallout.

Jake Nichols, Co-Sports Editor

April 15, 2020

In such circumstances that have not been experienced since the Spanish Flu of 1918, the Global Economy is on its knees, gasping for air. With nearly every country shutting their borders down and cutting off international and regional trade, there is quite simply very little economic activity occurring. Co...

The Humble ISD Response to COVID-19: Featuring Humble ISD’s Mrs. Mount and Superintendent Dr. Fagen

Humble ISD has been keeping their students and families up to date through this critical time in our community.

Xomie Sukach, News Editor

April 13, 2020

Featuring Humble ISD’s Mrs. Mount and Superintendent Dr. Fagen

Coronavirus: What are we meant to learn from it?

Coronavirus: What are we meant to learn from it?

Laine Raley

April 13, 2020

Coronavirus. It has brought tremendous sorrow, pain, and worry. The class of 2020 has had their senior year stripped away from them, families are suffering from the loss of loved ones, and many people are out of a job. I know Coronavirus is probably all you have been hearing about lately, and you’re prob...

How (and what) Are Mustangs Doing During the COVID-19 Quarantine?

Photo by Huseyn Kamaladdin from Pexels

Julia Westwood, Swim Staff Writer

April 1, 2020

Like other teenagers around the country, Kingwood students find themselves confined at home trying to find ways to stay active, remain connected and not weighed down by boredom or isolation. I was intrigued to know what other KHS students are doing to stay busy during this self quarantine period and...

Choosing to Self Isolate? Here’s a couple of things you can do

Choosing to Self Isolate? Here’s a couple of things you can do

Daniela De Nóbrega, Staff News Writer

March 29, 2020

Choosing to Self Isolate during COVID-19? Here’s a couple of things you can do.  Now that school is canceled, restaurants are closed, public activities are being rescheduled, and more people are choosing to practice social distancing, it can be hard for us to find things to do, other than just being...

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