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
By Jubenal Aguilar Editor-in-Chief CourierEIC@dcccd.edu
The circular stage under the Grand Chapiteau went dark. The rock music silenced.
A single spotlight illuminated a woman – Maïnha – in a floral-pattern dress standing among the audience as romantic music set the mood.
She murmured to herself and then talked in an unknown language to the audience. Continue reading Artists talk about circus, life→
Before voting on any issue in Farmers Branch, residents must first navigate a wasteland of opinion and misinformation. One might initially assume that officials and staff are responsible for the situation. However, this opinion landfill is created by residents.Continue reading Manske Library should get new building→
By Brianne Sardoni Brookhaven College English Professor
The first step is to ensure you’re informed of school policies. Every school has a policy regarding students who need temporary accommodations due to injuries. A student should first check their school’s policy to see what can be done. If your injury is not severe enough to require extensive accommodations, you can always reach out to your instructors and ask them how to best complete their courses while you heal. Continue reading Ask a Professor: How do I coordinate a long leave of absence from my classes?→
By Jacob Vaughn Managing Editor/Music Editor
As mid-February rain poured over Brookhaven College, a bulk of the campus interior remained dry. Last semester, water leaks on campus sprung up during the wettest North Texas fall season on record. Garry Hodges, facilities director, said most of those leaky areas on campus have been repaired.Continue reading Campus repairs leaks→
Brookhaven College, along with four local universities, will host Texchange: SGCI 2019, anannual printmaking conference, March 6-9. The conference is organized by SGC International, an educational nonprofit organization that represents artists of original prints, drawings, books and handmade paper, according to sgcinternational.org.Continue reading BHC to co-host print conference→
By Jubenal Aguilar Editor-in-Chief
Dallas County residents will vote on a $1.1 billion bond program for the Dallas County Community College District in the upcoming joint election. The bond proposal will be placed in the May 4 election ballot.
The bond program was recommended by DCCCD Chancellor Joe May, and authorized by the board of trustees during the board’s regular monthly meeting Feb. 5, according to a Feb. 6 press release by Ann Hatch, district director of media relations. Continue reading Board approves bond election→
Students, staff and faculty stood in solidarity for dreamers and their respective dreams at Brookhaven College’s annual African-American Read-In. The read-in, which was held Feb. 20 in the Performance Hall, was titled “Respect the Dreamer and the Dream.”
Brookhaveans performed poetry pieces, sang and acted to the work of notable black activists, politicians, singers and poets such as Langston Hughes, Aretha Franklin,Martin Luther King Jr. and former president Barack Obama.Continue reading Read-In celebrates dreamers→