By Elena Walker Arts & Culture/Social Media Editor
Brookhaven College students will be able to obtain free business attire ahead of the 2018 spring Career Fair through the college’s first Fit2Hire event. Clothing will be provided by Brookhaven’s Professional Support Staff Association, or PSSA. Continue reading →
Photos by Victoria Valadez | Liz Magallanes, Dallas-Fort Worth coordinator for Mi Famila Vota, leads a protest outside the Omni Dallas Hotel. The group hoped to gain Vice President Mike Pence’s attention Feb. 17 during the 2018 Dallas County Republican Party Reagan Day Dinner.
By Victoria Valdez Sports Editor
Protesters chanted slogans in support of the DREAM Act and held signs reading “Don’t deport DREAMERS” and “Pass the DREAM Act now.” The crowd of approximately 30 gathered Feb. 17 outside the Omni Dallas Hotel to make their voices heard. Inside, Vice President Mike Pence spoke at the 2018 Dallas County Republican Party Reagan Day Dinner. Continue reading →
Brookhaven music department performs combinations of rock, jazz and folk at guitar ensemble showcase.
By Jake Griffin Copy Desk Chief
Brookhaven College School of the Arts’ music department held an Electric Guitar Ensemble performance Nov. 16 in the Performance Hall lobby. The songs were a blend of rock, jazz and folk. Continue reading →
By Eriana Ruiz Director of Photography, Video and Photo Editor
More people today are living in slavery than in any other point in human history. More than 27 million people are in bondage across the world, according to A21, a non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to fighting human trafficking, including sexual exploitation and forced slave labor. Continue reading →
NASA’s space exploration reaches new heights with plans to send humans to Mars. These planning stages also prove beneficial for Earth and its inhabitants.
By Diamond Victoria
Photo by Taylor Starnes A retired Saturn V Rocket on permanent display at Rocket Park in NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Despite arguments claiming space exploration is obsolete and a waste of government funding, it is undoubtedly the backbone of American progress in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Continue reading →
Photo by Jubenal Aguilar The July 7 Black Lives Matter protest came to an abrupt end in front of El Centro’s A Building, on the corner of Main and Lamar streets, after Micah Johnson opened fire targeting Dallas police officers.
El Centro College has found ways to move on after attacks occurred July 7 during a peaceful protest, resulting in the death of five Dallas and Dallas Area Rapid Transit police officers. Continue reading →
It is the opinion of the editors of The Courier that voting in local elections, as well as national elections, is crucial to ensuring the well-being of our country.
Illustration by Sophia Espinosa
Despite the seemingly difficult choice voters will be making at polling booths across the nation, it is the opinion of The Courier’s editors that voting is more important now than ever. Continue reading →
Photo by Aaron Sewell Brookhaven College adds new bicycle racks throughout campus so students, staff and faculty who bike to campus can lock them up.
Brookhaven College’s facilities employees installed three new bike racks around campus before the start of the fall semester to help students, staff and faculty, who cycle to school, secure their bikes. Continue reading →