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10 Ways to Fight Social Distancing Depression

10 Ways to Fight Social Distancing Depression

Rachel Moore, Theatre & Choir Staff Writer

March 28, 2020

I know that right now it’s really easy to fall in a hole and get depressed because I feel it too! Here are 10 tips that I’ve been using to FIGHT THIS that have really helped me! Talk to people that make you happy and positive! This sounds cliché but it really is true. If you’re talking to so...

Free Online College Courses to Battle Boredom!

Free Online College Courses to Battle Boredom!

Julia Paraskevas

March 24, 2020

Bored at home? Well, now is the perfect opportunity to learn something new and explore new topics while practicing social distancing! I recently discovered the website Coursera, which is an online learning platform with a large selection of available college courses that you can take for free. Coursera...

KHS Students Prepare for Houston Area Model United Nations Conference

KHS Students Prepare for Houston Area Model United Nations Conference

Julia Paraskevas, Model UN Staff Writer

March 16, 2020

With the arrival of the new year, members of Kingwood’s Model United Nations Club finished up their preparation and entered their biggest conference of the year: the Houston Area Model United Nations Conference (HAMUN) at the University of Houston! On January 23rd and 24th, students from high school...

TAFE

TAFE

Kaylee Corbin, Arts Assistant Editor, Orchestra Staff Writer

March 16, 2020

Kingwood High School has a diverse student body with different interests as well as multiple clubs and organizations specifically for those unique passions. One new organization that was recently added to the collection of diverse clubs at Kingwood is TAFE (Texas Association of Future Educators). As the na...

The Future of Kingwood HOSA

The Future of Kingwood HOSA

Sabrina Reyes, Student Life Staff Writer - HOSA

March 16, 2020

As the Coronavirus continues to affect daily life, many organizations find themselves cancelling large events. National sports leagues and entertainment companies have already suspended large gatherings of people. Alongside these national occurrences, many active students at Kingwood High School have as...

Mustang Pals’ Roaring 20’s Party!

Mustang Pals’ Roaring 20’s Party!

Laine Raley, Cheer & Mustang Pals Staff Writer

January 27, 2020

Last night, Mustang Pals kicked off the new year with a Roaring 20’s party! Black, gold, and silver lined the LGI while the vintage sounds of a record player welcomed our members through the door. However, as the night went on, our 1920’s flapper music quickly turned into a 1980’s rock and roll c...

Student Action Summit – 2019

Student Action Summit – 2019

Emily Moore

January 17, 2020

This past December, I had the opportunity to go to Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit in West Palm Beach, Florida. I attended the conference with Congressman Dan Crenshaw’s ambassador team. The summit brought together thousands of conservative high school and college students from all over ...

Kingwood Talks: Encouraging Student Engagement in Our Community

Kingwood Talks: Encouraging Student Engagement in Our Community

Daphne Han, Web Design, Executive Student Life Editor, STEM Editor

January 6, 2020

Kingwood Talks hosted its first event on Tuesday, December 10th, 2019 in LGI 2210 during the lunch hour. The event was centered around the theme, “Discomfort”, with talks being made by student speakers Madeline Duncan (The Stigma Surrounding Mental Health), Neha Shaw (Civil Discourse), and Daphne H...

Connecting with My Culture: My Adventure in China

Connecting with My Culture: My Adventure in China

Phoebe Han

January 5, 2020

The Journey During Thanksgiving break, me and my family had a fantastic opportunity to visit China. I was so excited to visit, as I couldn’t wait to see the wonderland comprising of amazing grasslands, mountains, and bustling cities. I thought that my visit to China would also be a great opportu...

Experiencing Chacocente

Experiencing Chacocente

Alexis Pubentz

December 2, 2019

This past summer four Kingwood High School students, Evelyn Pugh (10), Belle Pugh (9), Charlotte Pubentz (9), and I, as well as recent KHS graduate Annie Van Dyke, traveled to Managua, Nicaragua to serve at project Chacocente. Through this experience I learned many new things and  got to put the Spa...

Mustang Pals Fall Picnic

Mustang Pals Fall Picnic

Laine Raley

November 20, 2019

Last month, Mustang Pals hosted their annual Halloween social! Pals, members, and officers came dressed for the occasion! Steven Mullenix (pal), took home the best costume award in his inflatable dinosaur costume. Lainey Carruth (officer) and Haley Andrews (pal) won best couples costume in their PB&...

AV Film Club’s Latest Project

Sara Aljreere, Staff Writer

November 18, 2019

On November 11th, the Kingwood High School AV Film Club is going to start filming a new short film at Kingwood High School. The AV club had multiple meetings last week and many members, along with me, are absolutely thrilled for the filming. The filming will take place at the girl's dressing room behind t...

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