Category Archives: Campus News

Former student takes UAV flight

By Jacob Vaughn
Copy Editor/Fact Checker

Photo by Jacob Vaughn | Seth Bullis, a former Brookhaven College student, holds a 3-D printed drone he created.

Seth Bullis, a former Brookhaven College student, can be found in one of two places, behind a computer screen analyzing data or observing a 3-D printer construct new parts for a custom drone. However, he was not always this tech savvy.  Continue reading

Four-year colleges aid transfer process

By Elena Walker
Arts & Culture/Social Media Editor

Photo Illustration by Eriana Ruiz

One of the biggest questions students have when transferring to a university is how to begin. However, most universities have a staff to help prospective students transfer to their schools. Continue reading

North Texans rally against gun violence

By Celeste Colon & John C. McClanahan
Contributing Writer & Copy Editor/Editorial Proofreader

Photo by Jacqueline Arredondo | Kate Collins, a senior at Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Magnet Center, holds a white homemade sign at the March For Our Lives rally in downtown Dallas March 24.

Dallas-area students joined thousands of others across the nation to take a stance for gun control in the nationwide March For Our Lives rally. The student-led demonstration was a response to the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 students and staff were killed. Continue reading

Gas leak displaces student

By Natalie Davila
Staff Writer

Photo by Jubenal Aguilar | Wendy Acosta

“I was wearing the same jeans and shirt for an entire week,” Wendy Acosta, a Brookhaven College student, said. Acosta and her family were forcefully evacuated from their house Feb. 24, without being given a date to return. Atmos Energy workers took over thousands of Northwest Dallas homes to fix gas pipelines in the area. Continue reading

Courier smashes record

Student journalists break previous year’s awards count.

By Josh Drake
Distribution Manager

For the fourth year in a row, editors and staff members of The Brookhaven Courier broke their awards record at the annual Texas Intercollegiate Press Association convention. Staff earned a total of 66 awards for on-site and canned, or previously published content, contests in newspaper, literary magazine, photography and multimedia projects during the convention in downtown Dallas March 22-24. Continue reading

Campus Ministry explores outreach

By Kweisi Brown
Contributing Writer 

The Campus Ministry is a club at Brookhaven College in which students can talk about Christianity and the Bible. The club meets from noon to 1 p.m. every Tuesday in Room S220. Continue reading

Soft Skills workshop offers workplace advice

By Olivia Rodriguez
Contributing Writer

Photo by Josh Drake | Adam Clawson, program services coordinator for the Career Development Center, speaks at a Soft Skills workshop about workplace relationships March 5.

The Brookhaven College Career Development Center hosts events where students, staff and faculty can learn about the soft skills employers look for in the workplace. Continue reading

OSL serves students a taste of soul food

By Natalie Davila
Staff Writer

Photo by John C. McClanahan | Small servings of corn casserole and a bean and rice dish wait to be devoured by Brookhaveans at “Taste of Soul” Feb. 28.

The Office of Student Life brought a taste of soul and culture to Brookhaven College to celebrate the last day of Black History Month. Continue reading

Wodnicki wows BHC audience

By Jacob Vaughn
Copy Editor/Fact Checker

Photo by Jacob Vaughn Adam Wodnicki opens up his show with “Sonata in C Major” by Franz Joseph Hadyn in the Performance Hall March 24.

The Performance Hall at Brookhaven College was full of anxiously waiting attendees of all ages. Some held flowers in anticipation of a great performance filled with classical works March 24. Continue reading

3-D printers on campus

By Stephanie Salas-Vega

Photo by Jubenal Aguilar | The extruder of a 3-D printer weaves back and forth depositing filament to paint a three dimensional geometric shape

Thin layers of molten plastic filament are deposited over each other from a nozzle. The material comes out an extruder that moves up and down, back and forth over a platform. As the layers build up, the creation begins to take form. Like an ink jet printer printing line by line, the 3-D printer prints a set of three geometric pyramids in three dimensions.  Continue reading