By Jake Griffin
Copy Desk Chief
Photo by Jake Griffin
Thom Chesney, Brookhaven College president, assists two Brookhaveans planting a tree during the Arbor Day Celebration.
Brookhaven College held its fourth Arbor Day Celebration Oct. 6 in the Windmill Garden. Students, staff, faculty and local conservationist organizations celebrated the day by planting trees, exploring Brookhaven’s wooded areas and discussing Continue reading
By Stephon Smith
Brookhaven College and local organizations have teamed up to bring Brookhaven Go, a collective of four student-oriented events, to campus Oct. 11 and 13. The events will include Continue reading
By Jubenal Aguilar
A group of Dallas County Community College District students and faculty saw their summer plans to visit Cuba in August vanish when the trip was Continue reading
On our sports page for Issue 1 published Sept. 19, we introduced an error into the schedule for Brookhaven College’s women’s volleyball team. All start times listed for the Lady Bears’ games are one hour after the actual start of the game.
Additionally, the games on Oct. 7 against Clarendon College and Dodge City Community College are away games. They are not home games.
Below is the corrected schedule for the Lady Bears volleyball team.
Photo Courtesy of Meridith Danforth | BHC police officers saw an animal near the north end of campus that they believe left this paw print.
By Diamond Victoria
Brookhaven College police sent out an alert on the first day of the fall semester warning students and employees of a mountain lion reported near campus two days earlier.
The feline was allegedly spotted sometime around 2:50 p.m., Aug. 27, by Brookhaven police officers Erick Gauna and Vilai Thongihn on the Continue reading
By Connor McNeil
Photos by Nicholas Bostick | JC’s Burger House offers sandwiches, such as a patty melt topped with jalapeños and grilled onions, paired with fries.
Conveniently located on Beltline Road, minutes from Brookhaven College, is a burger joint hungry students may want to take advantage of.
The first JC’s Burger House opened in 1999 in Plano, Texas. Jay “JC” Cockerell, founder, said he thought there was a void in the burger game, according to jcsburgerhouse.com. Continue reading
By Andres Reyes
Senior Staff Writer
It was a cloudy, silent evening on July 3. The city was holding its breath. I broke the silence by turning the radio on. There was normally an hourly news flash of baseball scores and updates on the everlasting saga of deflate gate. The show was interrupted: “We have breaking news.” DeAndre Jordan has agreed to sign a four-year deal with the Dallas Mavericks,”Mike Bacsik, a radio talk show personality on 105.3 The Fan, said. “We got him,” Bacsik repeated over and over as the rest of the crew on air screamed and laughed .I let go a sigh of relief. The Mavericks. Continue reading
By Jessica Ayers
High spirits, check. Sense of humor, check. Love of service, check. Since being diagnosed with breast cancer last fall, the only visible difference for Vikki Ethington, a Brookhaven College police officer, is her attire.
Usually, Ethington can be found patrolling campus in a Brookhaven Police Department uniform, complete with a bulletproof vest. But today she is sitting in an office chair, wearing blue jeans, a polo-style shirt and athletic shoes. Ethington said she is not a fan of office work, but for now, it is a must. Continue reading
By Ludmila Mitula
Senior Staff Writer
Vacations are not something I find enjoyable or relaxing. I find them to be a total nightmare.
I have heard many psychologists and doctors recommend taking a break from school or work for therapeutic purposes. I would like to believe them. These professionals believe that everyone needs vacation.
A vacation is a necessity, but because of social media, it can create peer pressure. Everywhere one goes, they have to post pictures on Facebook or Continue reading