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Academy for Lifelong Learning Recognizes Outstanding Volunteers of the Year

Dale and Lynda Woodruff Honored for Dedication to Lone Star College-MontgomeryBy Lauren Maddox, LSC-Montgomery College RelationsThe Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) at Lone Star College-Montgomery has honored an outstanding couple, Dale and Lynda Woodruff, with the organization’s 2010-11 Volunteer of the Year award. This is the third year that ALL, an intellectual and personal growth organization for active, older adults, has issued this award....

Academy for Lifelong Learning to Hold Open House on Saturday, August 20

By Lauren Maddox, LSC-Montgomery College RelationsThe Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) at Lone Star College-Montgomery, a program for the 50-plus retired or semi-retired community, will host an open house on Saturday, August 20, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., in The Commons (Building A). The public is invited, and entertainment and refreshments will be provided. The open house is a chance to learn about the new and recurring ALL lectures and classes being offered...

First-Ever TEDxTheWoodlands Conference Comes to Lone Star College-Montgomery

By Steve Scheffler, Dean of College RelationsOn September 24, 2011, TEDxTheWoodlands will take place in Lone Star College-Montgomery’s Music Hall (Building H). The independently organized event, licensed by TED, will bring people together for amazing and inspiring presentations and performances by 14 creative thinkers, innovators and artists from the local area, College Station, Austin and Mumbai....

Lights, Camera, Degree! Spotlight on Lone Star College- Montgomery’s Live Entertainment Technology Program

By Lauren Maddox, LSC-Montgomery College RelationsFor the tech-savvy student who prefers ‘shining the spotlight’ to ‘being in the spotlight,’ Lone Star College-Montgomery offers the live entertainment technology program, which focuses on the technical needs of the entertainment industry. Formerly known as the audio visual systems specialist program, the live entertainment technology program trains students to design, set-up, and operate lighting, video, and audio equipment....

College’s History Fair Winner Places First in National Contest

By Lauren Maddox, LSC-Montgomery College Relations

After competing in the Lone Star College-Montgomery Regional History Fair this spring, Annie Salinas, a 17-year-old, home-schooled student from Spring, placed first in her division in the 2011 Kenneth E. Behring National History Day Contest held last month in the Washington, D.C., area.

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After competing in LSC-Montgomery’s Regional History Fair this spring, 17-year-old Annie Salinas went on to place first in the...

Breathing New Life Into EMS Program

Lone Star College-Montgomery Now Offers Advanced EMT Certification By Lauren Maddox, LSC-Montgomery College Relations The emergency medical services (EMS) department at Lone Star College-Montgomery is taking saving lives to a new level—literally—through a program upgrade that now includes offering emergency medical technician (EMT) certification on an intermediate level. “An EMT-Intermediate is able to do more lifesaving care,” said Kelly Weller, EMS program director at LSC-Montgomery....

The Finishing Touch! New Signage at Lone Star College-Conroe Center

A worker secures the lettering for Lone Star College-Conroe Center’s new sign, officially marking the 87,000-square-foot campus that opened in January. Displayed on the west side of the academic building, the LSC-Conroe Center sign—complete with the iconic arced star—is highly visible for those driving east on FM 3083 toward the campus....

Lone Star College-Montgomery Professor Hosts Pottery Workshop in China

By Lauren Maddox, LSC-Montgomery College RelationsMore than 10,000 miles around the world, Robby Wood, ceramics professor at Lone Star College-Montgomery, recently conducted a pottery demonstration for members of The Pottery Workshop, an international ceramics center located in Jingdezhen, China. Folks from all over the world—Japan, London, New Zealand, Switzerland, Sweden, and even New York—attended Wood’s workshop held in May....

Grant Provides New Skill, Bright Future for Students at LSC-Conroe Center

By Lauren Maddox, LSC-Montgomery College Relations

When Leticia Weathers, a student at Lone Star College-Conroe Center, was searching for a job last fall, she found only closed doors. Without her high school diploma or general education development (GED) certificate, Weathers, a mother of two, just couldn’t find the right opportunity.


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A $1.5 million grant is helping students like Leticia Weathers work toward their GED and simultaneously become certified as...

National Honor Society Launches Interactive Summer Scholarship Program

Washington, D.C. – The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) Summer Success S2 Challenge is a 12-week program that will launch June 6 and continue until August 2011.Lone Star College NSCS members are invited to join the NSCS across the country and more than 700 members who have already signed up here to take this three month challenge and win a chance to become a scholarship recipient.Each week of the...

Exceptional Student Work Showcased at Lone Star College-Montgomery Conference

By Steve Scheffler, LSC-Montgomery Dean of College RelationsTo celebrate a rising standard of student work, Lone Star College-Montgomery hosted its annual Communication Across the Curriculum (CAC) Student Presentation Conference this past spring, where 16 students presented upper-level research projects to their peers, professors, and a panel of judges.“The conference is a way to recognize students that have done exemplary research above and beyond normal course criteria,” said Dr....

English Class Takes Trip to Minute Maid Park, Meets with Astros

Students Explore the Culture of Baseball "First Hand"By Steve Scheffler, LSC-Montgomery College Relations For a group of Lone Star College-Montgomery College English students, an early April field trip to Minute Maid Park was more about challenging them to become the next W.P. Kinsella than the next Hunter Pence. It was Kinsella's novel, "Shoeless Joe," that inspired the classic baseball movie "Field of Dreams," in which the late, great outfielder returns to...

Get Your T-I-C-K-E-T-S for Lone Star College-Montgomery’s Summer “Spelling Bee”

Lone Star College-Montgomery invites you to the college’s summer musical production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, a popular musical comedy running for one weekend only—Thursday through Saturday, June 30–July 2, with shows starting at 7:30 p.m. in the college’s theatre (Building D). A single matinee performance will take place on Saturday, July 2, at 2 p.m....

The Results Are In: Lone Star College-Montgomery Students Shine in System-Wide Calculus Competition

By Lauren Maddox, LSC-Montgomery College RelationsMathematics all-stars recently competed at Lone Star College-Montgomery in the annual Lone Star College System Calculus Contest, where contest “rules” and “limits” took on an entirely new “function.” The contest, which took place in April, had 29 students from across LSCS vying for one of the top three slots and, subsequently one of three cash prizes, in two separate calculus divisions: Calculus I and Calculus II....

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Cowgirl Up! Lone Star College-Montgomery’s Rodeo Star is Ridin’ to National Championship

Student Ranked No. 3 Out of 144 Female Barrel Racers By Lauren Maddox, LSC-Montgomery College Relations Don’t let her petite frame fool you—Lauren Sparks, a student at Lone Star College-Montgomery, has more tenacity than a buckin’ bull and more confidence than the finest steer. Backed by a team of loved ones, Lauren has used her unwavering resolve to fight for her future, her health, and a spot in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo...

Learning Community Bonds Art, Literature, and Students at Lone Star College-Montgomery

By Steve Scheffler, LSC-Montgomery College RelationsStudents can enrich their sensibilities and stir up their creative and literary gifts through a unique art and literature learning community offered this fall at Lone Star College-Montgomery. Building on the same interdisciplinary class that took place the previous three fall semesters, award-winning professors Ron Heckelman and Denise Lorenz are partnering once again to offer students a distinct opportunity to discover how deeply literature and art...

Your Maverick Connection: New Student Orientations at Lone Star College-Montgomery

By Steve Scheffler, LSC-Montgomery College RelationsLearn all you need to know about becoming a Lone Star College-Montgomery Maverick during one of the upcoming new student orientation sessions, dubbed “Maverick Connection,” held this summer on June 1, 15, 22, and 29. Both a morning and afternoon session are available each day.Designed to prepare students for academic, social and personal success, the orientation will help new, first-time-in-college students learn their way around campus,...

Lone Star College-Montgomery’s GED Graduation Celebrates Student’s Chance to Enhance Future

Lauren Maddox, LSC-Montgomery College RelationsLone Star College-Montgomery celebrated the accomplishments of 36 students at the annual General Education Development (GED) graduation ceremony, held recently in the college's Performing Arts Center. The ceremony honored more than 170 students who took the preparation course and passed the GED exam during the past year, marking an important step in enhancing their future....

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Congratulations to staff writer Violeta Ayer on her graduation! We are so proud of her and she will be greatly missed!

May 2011 Issue

The May 2011 edition of The Voice is here! Make sure you take a break from studying for finals and pick up a copy anywhere on campus, or you can read it here at our Print Edition Page!

Beat the Heat With Summer Classes At Lone Star College-Conroe Center

Lauren Maddox,LSC-Montgomery College RelationsSave time—and gas—this summer by taking your college classes close to home at the new Lone Star College-Conroe Center, where several options are available for those looking to knock-out some courses during the hot summer months. Registration has already begun for the summer semester, which takes place June 6-July 12....

Class of 2011 Graduation Ceremony to be Held Friday, May 13

Lauren Maddox, LSC-Montgomery College RelationsThe commencement ceremony for Lone Star College-Montgomery’s Class of 2011 will take place on Friday, May 13, 2011, at 6 p.m., at The Woodlands Church-Fellowship Campus. This year, LSC-Montgomery has more than 600 graduates; however, not every graduate will participate in the ceremony. Dr. Larry Loomis-Price, professor of biotechnology at LSC-Montgomery, and Elizabeth Chrisman, a Class of 2011 graduate, will each address the graduates at the ceremony....

Open Auditions for ‘Spelling Bee’ Production

On May 24 at Lone Star College-MontgomeryLauren Maddox, Lone Star College-Montgomery College Relations Lone Star College-Montgomery’s Center for the Arts is calling all high school and college students, as well as community members, to audition for the college’s summer production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, on Tuesday, May 24, at 4:00 p.m., on the mainstage theatre (Building D)....

Class Projects Bring Out Creative Side at Lone Star College-Montgomery

Art, History Students Learn While Having FunSteve Scheffler, Lone Star College-Montgomery College Relations(RIGHT): Dustin Moore, The Woodlands, a student in Lone Star College-Montgomery art instructor Mary Castagna’s class, demonstrates his new backpack, which he made entirely out of paper cups and tape as part of the final class project of the semester. The students were enrolled in Art Appreciation, which is also offered for both the upcoming summer and fall semesters at the college.(LEFT):...

Students win Distinguished Delegation award at NMUN Conference

By Erica Murphey and Kellie PearsonEvery spring, the National Model United Nations NY conference, the largest collegiate model UN program in the world, brings together more than 5,000 college student delegates from over 300 colleges and universities located on all sides of the globe travel to to address a broad range of global issues through work in over twenty select committees....

Lone Star College-Montgomery to Honor its Own Texas State Poet Laureate

Conroe Resident and LSC-Montgomery Instructor Dave Parsons to be Honored May 12 The community is invited to a reception honoring Dave Parsons, adjunct English faculty member at Lone Star College-Montgomery, who was recently named the 2011 Texas State Poet Laureate, which is Texas’ highest literary honor. What: Reception honoring Dave Parsons, the 2011 Texas State Poet Laureate When: 2-3 p.m., Thursday, May 12 Where: LSC-Montgomery Library Building (Building F, in the...


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America just got its credit card taken away; now what?

By Andrew Payne There is an old curse that reads, “May you live in interesting times”. Let me be the first to tell you that we are profoundly cursed. I mean big time. Like Caesar on the ides of March, opened Pharaoh's tomb cursed. In October of this year, the federal government will adopt a new budget plan which will determine how much and where the government spends its money....

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