Category Archives: Campus News

Runners sprint in haunted race for The Cave

By Willie R. Cole
Senior Photo Editor

Photo by Willie R. Cole
Jacqueline Brock (center) leads runners Alisia Moreno, dressed in a Michael Jackson costume, and Virginia Moreno in a pumpkin head costume.

One hundred and two participants ran the Brookhaven College jogging trail for the sixth annual Spooky Trot 5k Run/Walk Oct. 27 to collect donations for the Brookhaven food pantry. Continue reading

Clubs to follow food safety rules

By Elena Walker
Contributing Writer

This semester many clubs and organizations have held food-based events at Brookhaven College to promote or raise funds for their club. Rebekah Benavides said the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Student Veterans Association, Brookhaven Student Government Association and Brookhaven Anime Club are among the clubs that have sold food items at recent club fundraisers. Continue reading

Student’s photo voted best

By John C. McClanahan
Copy Desk Chief

Photo by Jubenal Aguilar
Leonardo Garcia, a window washer with April Building Services, Inc., washes the skywalk outside the Sheraton Dallas Hotel while Christian Ortiz spots and holds the ladder. The photo was shot Oct. 28 during the ACP/CMA Dallas Photo Shoot-out and won First Place among 42 competitors.

A Brookhaven College student won First Place in an on-site photojournalism competition at the 2017 National College Media Association and Associated Collegiate Press Convention in downtown Dallas. Continue reading

Faculty hold benefit concert

By Victoria Valdez
Contributing Writer

Photo by Willie R. Cole
Jisun Huh, Ann Macmillan, Brian Stark and Paul Metzger play during the finale performance of the Faculty Showcase Fundraiser Oct. 21.

The Brookhaven College School of the Arts music department raised $940 during the annual Faculty Showcase Fundraiser. Continue reading

DACA end worries students’ future


By Jubenal Aguilar

Thousands of young adults protected under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as DACA, stand to lose protections if Congress does not take action for DACA recipients to remain legally in the country. However, options still exist for those individuals to protect themselves from an immediate threat of deportation. Continue reading

BHC celebrates Hispanic culture

By Stephanie Colmenero
Contributing Writer

Photo by Forrest Haynes
Students dance in a circle to mariachi music in the Commons Courtyard during the Hispanic Heritage Festival Oct. 10.

Mariachi music blasted throughout the Commons Courtyard as students sampled Mexican food and treats. Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated Sept. 15 through Oct. 15. Throughout the month, Latino and Hispanic people from Mexico, Spain, the Caribbean and Central and South America celebrate their heritage and culture in the U.S. Continue reading

Gideon Bibles found scattered

By Mira Scott
Staff Writer

Photo by Jubenal Aguilar
An abandoned Bible sits over the suggestion box in S Building.

In a span of two days, 1,450 Bibles were handed to students, staff and faculty in the Commons Courtyard by Dallas North Camp of The Gideons International  representatives. Many of these Bibles ended up discarded across Brookhaven College Oct. 9-10. Continue reading

OSL shares safety awareness

Brookhaven College informs students about the dangers of drunk driving and domestic violence.

By Hendria Gastelum
Social Media Editor

Willie R. Cole
Elvira Gambona Martinez, a student, signs up at the MADD table as Tammy Vaughn shares information with her.

The Brookhaven College Campus Activities Board organized a combined event to raise awareness of drinking  and driving and domestic violence. The event was held Oct. 17 in the Commons Courtyard. Continue reading

Former student finds relief with CBD

By Dr. Dank
Dope Columnist

Photo by Eric Lopez
Cole McCullough, a former Brookhaven College student, holds a bottle of hemp extract, which has helped him control the tics caused by his Tourette diagnosis.


One in 360 children 6-17 years old have been diagnosed with Tourette syndrome in the U.S., with boys affected three to five times more than girls, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Four Netflix titles to spook the ghosts away

By Erika Torres
Contributing Writer

Halloween can be a great deal of fun for those that want to dress up and go trick-or-treating or go to a Halloween party. But sometimes you just want to stay home and relax with a classic thriller. Below are four Netflix options for those that want to stay indoors tonight. Continue reading