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30 Adele ( Columbia Records)

“30” By Adele A Review.

Charis Latunde, Student Writer November 20, 2021

Fresh out of a divorce, one would have expected Adele's latest album to be her saddest one yet, but this has not been the case. Many of the tracks on her album have expressed pleasantness which is a far...

Rare Manatee Spotting in Galveston Bay

Rare Manatee Spotting in Galveston Bay

Florencia Garcia October 2, 2021

Just a few days ago, September 30, 2021, a fisherman Pay Habib thought he was seeing a dolphin. Turns out to his surprise that it was in fact a Manatee that was up swimming near the coast in Galveston...

Dating During a Pandemic

Dating During a Pandemic

Why Dating Apps are your new best friend
Rebecca Rathbun, Staff Writer July 10, 2021

In April 2020 we were given the stay-at-home order, events were cancelled and bars were closed. Bars are now open and events are coming back, restrictions in Texas have started to lift. With cases of the...

There Are Too Many Streaming Service

Alan Vu, Staff Writer July 9, 2021

Whenever someone wants to watch a movie or TV series, they tend to hop in on their couch and tuning in on the big screen from a scheduled time or with a media player. In this current generation, they would...

Minecraft: Caves and Cliffs Update

Rebecca Rathbun, Staff Writer July 2, 2021

Caves and Cliffs is the first major update for Minecraft that has been split in two. The first part of the update is 1.17, released earlier this month on June 8.  Part two is 1.18, scheduled to be released...

Bipartisan Student Agenda

Bipartisan Student Agenda

Jdron Davis, Student April 30, 2021

  Today’s uncertain credentialing process when trying to find a future career stems from a much larger problem within the education system. The connection to promising job opportunities for qualified...

Taking the long way home: A graduation story

Taking the long way home: A graduation story

Brizeyda Monterroso April 29, 2021

This is a story years in the making, years more than what it was supposed to take. That is what comes to mind when I think of my graduation from Houston Community College. I can try to shift the...

Triller Fight Club and Jake Paul’s influence

How long can Paul capitalize on this hype train?
Chonte Crewsaw, Student April 26, 2021

“When you say Coachella, it's not just music- it's the experience of the weekend.  We want people to say the same when they think of Triller Fight Club''.  These direct quotes come from principal owner...

Akil Head,

A Principle’s Thoughts on the COVID-19 Vaccine and Pandemic Silver Lining

Brizeyda Monterroso March 21, 2021

On March 2, 2021, the acting secretary of the Department of the Health and Human Services, Norris Cochran, issued a directive requiring all COVID-19 vaccine providers who are administering the vaccine...

What was left of the ice wall on Feb. 19.

Let It Snow! Excitement to Dread in 24 Hours

Brizeyda Monterroso February 26, 2021

It really is hard to fathom how blindsided we were by the winter storm, Uri. Friday, Feb. 12 was like any Friday. Colleagues chatted about weekend plans until the clacking of our manager’s heels quieted...

My Graduation Story

My Graduation Story

Joel Valdes, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

“The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” This quote, adapted from the poem by Robert Burns, has stayed engrained deep inside my head throughout my college experience. My plans have been...

Ocean’s Eleven Review: Moving Pictures Weekly

Ocean’s Eleven Review: Moving Pictures Weekly

Joel Valdes, Staff Writer November 17, 2020

Ocean’s Eleven was directed by Steven Soderbergh and has a giant cast that includes George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, and Bernie Mac. Its original release was in 2001, and it has...

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