By Victoria Valdez
Major League Baseball season is in full swing, which means it’s time for the Texas Rangers to make their comeback. It’s been seven years since the Rangers made it to the World Series, but based on last year’s play, a World Series appearance is looking slim. Continue reading
By John C. McClanahan
Copy Editor/Editorial Proofreader
Photo by Josh Drake | Tony Gomez, a local skateboarder at Barney E. Wood Spakepark , prepares to hit a front-side grab.
Pedestrians can usually see a skate-thrasher dishing out tricks on a street in downtown Dallas or strolling down a sidewalk near a college campus. Despite being the fourth largest metroplex in the U.S. by population, D-FW has few skateparks compared to areas like Los Angeles or Chicago. Continue reading
By Morgan Hanson
Photo by Eriana Ruiz | Betty Mehling, history adjunct faculty, lectures to students during a history tutoring session.
Even before she was a teacher, Betty Mehling, a Brookhaven College history adjunct faculty, was teaching. “I would study out loud, I would pretend like I was teaching, and I’d be talking to an empty room,” Mehling said. “I was teaching it, and if I couldn’t explain what I’d just studied, then I knew I didn’t know it.” Continue reading
By Jubenal Aguilar
Photo by Eriana Ruiz | Danny Gallagher, freelance writer; Paige Skinner, arts and music editor; and Rachel Williams, social media editor, give advice on pitching stories and what it takes to be a successful freelance journalist during True Stories April 6.
“Do you read, write, think?” Thom Chesney, Brookhaven College president, tweeted, promoting the fourth annual True Stories. Held April 6 in Room K234, the event featured writers, editors and photographers from Dallas-area publications including The Dallas Morning News, the Dallas Observer and Central Track. Continue reading
The new Guided Pathways will help students plan their education and stay on track to graduate, transfer, or work.
By Jubenal Aguilar & Victoria Valdez
Editor-in-Chief & Sports Editor
Photo by Jubenal Aguilar
The Dallas County Community College District launched Guided Pathways to Success, a tool to help students select the most appropriate courses for their degree plan or career. Continue reading
By Monica Mitrovic
Copy Desk Chief
In the U.S., gas leaks have destroyed property, hurt or killed someone about every other day between 2004 and 2014, according to USA Today. On average, 17 people die in the U.S. because of leaks and explosions caused by natural-gas pipelines each year, according to The Atlantic. Continue reading
By Thao Nguyen
Photo by Susan Edgley | Handprints on display during Earth Day Fest April 3 in the Green Pledge promises students, staff and faculty make to live more sustainably.
Brookhaven College’s Green Team Coalition hosted the ninth annual Earth Day Fest on campus to celebrate the environmental movement around the world. A recyclables fashion show and paper shredding were among the new activities added to the traditional environmental-friendly pledges and giveaways expected at the festival. Continue reading
The global fashion industry produces waste, taints ecosystems and destroys human lives with no end in sight.
By Monica Mitrovic
Copy Desk Chief
Photo Illustration by Jacqueline Arredondo
The fashion industry is the world’s second-most polluting industry, behind oil, according to The Guardian. Over 12 million tons of textile waste are disposed of by Americans annually. Continue reading
By Kweisi Brown
Illustration by Eriana Ruiz
Brookhaven College students can enrich their education experience and acquire leadership skills in any of the 32 clubs and organizations. Students who join a club tend to succeed in their studies and educational goals, according to the Brookhaven website. Continue reading
By Olivia Rodriguez
With new technology developing every day and easy access to information, anyone with a smart phone or tablet can be a first-hand reporter. Continue reading