Journalist, Dan Rather, to speak at Brookhaven on patriotism:By Stephanie Salas-Vega Arts & Culture Editor American journalist and author Dan Rather will speak about reflections on patriotism 10:30-11:50 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, in the Performance Hall at Brookhaven College. Share
Tuition increase will pay for textbooks:A proposed increase of $20 per credit hour in tuition is intended to cover all required course textbooks. By Jubenal Aguilar Editor-in-Chief CourierEIC@dcccd.edu As early as fall 2019, all Dallas County Community College District students may see an increase in Continue reading Tuition increase will pay for textbooks→
Mandatory student ID policy to begin spring 2019:By Stephanie Colmenero Managing Editor/Web & Social Media Director Starting in spring 2019, all students will be required to have a college ID. Students, staff and faculty will be required to wear their ID badges in a visible location on Continue reading Mandatory student ID policy to begin spring 2019→
Retired prof receives highest honor:By Josh Drake Distribution Manager A packed hall at Texas A&M University – Commerce erupted in applause as a five-minute video about the life and career of John Neal, professor emeritus, came to an end. Neal, who retired from Brookhaven Continue reading Retired prof receives highest honor→
Campus celebrates Arbor Day:By John C. McClanahan Copy Editor/Editorial Proofreader Green leaves from a small bur oak rustled in the wind across the road from Brookhaven College’s H Building. The tree, situated near the west athletic field, is Brookhaven’s newest botanical installation placed Continue reading Campus celebrates Arbor Day→
District to offer bachelor’s degree:By Jubenal Aguilar Editor-in-Chief CourierEIC@dcccd.edu Brookhaven College will become the first of the Dallas County Community College District schools to offer a baccalaureate degree on its own. Share
College students are one of the largest groups of drug abusers nationwide. Stress, peer pressure, course loads, boredom and curiosity can contribute to students’ use of mind-altering substances, according to addictioncenter.com.
A group of French rioters roamed the streets of Paris looting and setting trash cans on fire to show their opposition to France’s gas tax and other economic issues one Saturday in December 2018. The rioters were on their way to face police, who were armed with helmets, gas masks and shields.Continue reading Student captures Paris, Mexico in film→
Brookhaven College students, staff and faculty heard author Emily St. John Mandel reflect on “Station Eleven,” her fourth published novel. Mandel sat on stage in the Performance Hall with Hurshel Burton, an English professor, who asked her questions about her writing career and “Station Eleven,” which was selected for this year’s Open Book Project, Brookhaven’s common book reading program.Continue reading Author talks book, career at BHC→
A group of seven student Dallas County Community College District students will participate in a short intership program designed to increase their marketable skills.
The mINiTERN, internship program, provides students with real-world business interaction and problem-solving skills. Students selected will participate in team projects, conduct research and hold meetings to provide solutions and recommendations to companies involved in the program.Continue reading Students influence businesses→
The Brookhaven College Bears baseball team floundered Feb. 7, suffering a five-inning loss against the Johnson County Community College Cavaliers in the second game of a double header. Playing in 38 degree weather, the Bears accumulated 10 errors in the 14-1 loss. Continue reading BHC swings, misses against Cavaliers→
The Brookhaven College men’s basketball team was on the receiving end of an old-fashioned beatdown when the Richland College Thunderducks showed up for the second of two conference matchups, with a final score of 80-40. It was a runaway from the start of the game: the Bears were not in the lead for a single second. Continue reading Richland keeps Bears on leash→
Hazel Carlos, Brookhaven College English professor, will host the annual African-American Read-In at 10:30 a.m. Feb. 20 in the Performance Hall as part of celebrating Black History Month. Carlos said this year’s theme is “Respect the Dream and the Dreamer” with emphasis on dreamers and their respective dreams. Continue reading Read-In to celebrate dreamers→