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Voices of Legacy: Black History Month Discussions at Kingwood High School

Alena Alvarez and Tamir Shaw April 9, 2024

Black History Month at Kingwood High School was vibrant and meaningful! Through Kingwood Talks and the Black Student Union, students were provided with chances to engage in lectures and discussions throughout...

Mustang Hour in the cafeteria

Mustang Hour’s Importance to the Student Body

Leah Inman, News Editor November 25, 2023

They say rumors spread like wildfire, and before the start of this school year one rumor was causing an uproar amongst the KHS student body.  After hearing that K Park had done away with their version...

Photo by: Susan G. Komen, Unsplash

Embracing October: Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Featuring: Audrey Todd

Shifa Soban, Student Life Editor October 16, 2023

Every October, you've probably noticed a bunch of posts about wearing pink and people asking for donations. That's because October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time when many come together to talk...

The leaders of Sweden and Turkey shake hands at the Vilnius Summit.

Sweden’s Bid For NATO: What’s the Holdup?

Keira E. Moreno, Staff Writer October 8, 2023

For the longest time, Sweden has been at the bar with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, better known as NATO. It is one of the five non-NATO member countries that are in the European Union. We associate...

These are the nine United States Supreme Court Justices as of now.  The decision to overturn affirmative action in this case was split, however still passed with the majority.

College Admissions, Affirmative Action, & The Supreme Court, Opinion!

Leah Inman, News Editor October 5, 2023

Following the passage of the Civil Rights Acts in 1964 and 1965, compensations were made by our legal system in an attempt to achieve racial equity. In the months following, the Johnson administration...

This chart shows the height of this massive heat wave over the Southern US earlier this summer and depicts specific places under heat warnings and advisories.

Heatwave Nationwide

Leah Inman, News Editor October 5, 2023

In the course of nearly three months and counting, heat waves have passed over the continental United States and the rest of the world all originating from one atmospheric condition called a “heat dome”...

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The Crisis in Ukraine: What’s Going On and How to Help

Charlotte Karner, News Editor March 21, 2022

A Timeline of the Tensions Between Russia and Ukraine Some may believe that Ukraine is only appearing in the news recently, but Ukraine has a much vaster history than the news and school textbooks may...

Image from The Columbian - by AP Photo/Jae C. Hong

Highlights from Men’s Figure Skating in Beijing 2022

Moyu Yumoto, Creative Editor February 26, 2022

Thousands of sports fans across the world have been waiting for this time of the year. Every 4 years, Winter Olympic Games are held in a chosen host city where 15 different sports are played. Within each...

Eye Witness News, February 14, 2021.

Houston Winter Storm

Daniela De Nóbrega, Staff Writer February 14, 2021

As announced on Friday, Humble ISD buildings will be closed on Monday 15th due to the winter storm approaching the Houston area. Many people may think of the South as a relatively warm-weather paradise...

A sign promoting social distancing seen at Turner Stadium.

Humble ISD Expands COVID-19 Testing Options

Emily Moore, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 4, 2021

As 2021 begins, Humble ISD is expanding COVID-19 testing options for students and staff. There are two options of testing, and all testing is optional.  The two types of tests are rapid antigen and...

Overcast of 2020: What is happening in the White House? (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

A History of Controversial Elections in the United States

Jacob Shaw, Sports Editor November 25, 2020

Falling in line with what one might expect from this year, 2020’s Presidential election will be talked about for years to come.  I want to look back at some of the most controversial elections in the...

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Biden Wins Election Week 2020

Farhan Ahsan, 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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