Losing My Cultural Identity?

Losing My Cultural Identity?

February 28, 2019

Without regular trips “back home” or strong relationships through cultural associations, I wonder if I may just simply ... lose my culture. And if I do, what exactly have I lost? The 21st Century: a century of globalization where all the societies with different cultures live together. Mostly,...

Rockin’ Authors

Rockin' Authors

January 30, 2019

Authors, they’re all around us: they come from different countries, cultures, and religion. Yet, the magic of storytelling is what brings them together. Here are a few authors that are currently rocking the game this past year.   Amy Lukavics Since a young age,  Lukavics has been intrigued by horror books and m...

College Downfall

College Downfall

January 28, 2019

The Standardized Test Monopoly That Runs America’s High Schools When applying to college, there are a lot of factors that college admission counselors look at when deciding who to accept. For many schools, admission counselors look at SAT scores as well as Advanced Placement scores. Two major deciding fac...

Humans of Seven Lakes: Camila Blumberg

Photo by Lila Hiett

December 18, 2018

“It started when I was around ten, my parents applied for the lottery which gives you a green card to come from Bolivia to the United States. My parents were told that only two hundred thousand people out of one million win it. At the end of my fifth grade year, my parents were told that we were one ...

The Gift of Giving Back

A group photo of the santa cop vollunteers

December 3, 2018

NHS Partakes in its 5th Annual Santa Cops Program In 2013, Katy ISD enrolled in Santa Cops - a program that provides gifts and clothing to children whose families are experiencing a time of financial hardship. Every year, National Honor Society (NHS) participates in this program in hopes of creating a magical holiday...

The Art of Living in the Moment

The Art of Living in the Moment

October 19, 2018

Walk through a park and you will see people constantly on their phones, not enjoying the beauty that is around them. Birds are chirping, the sun is shining, the soft quacking of ducks can be heard in the background, yet people are still glued to their phones. What happened to the age-old practice of livi...

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