By Victor Cruz & Michael Dunlap
Slow-moving, decaying, brainhungry and undead, zombies have lurched their way into our culture. In recent years, TV shows and films such as “The Walking Dead” and “World War Z” have fueled a resurgence in the popularity of all things zombie. Continue reading
By Evan Henry
Photos by Evan Henry | Instructors Natalie Macillaio and Jason Bennett critique the unfinished work of students Lexi Ausseme and David Granberry in B Building;
Each semester, students in Natalie Macellaio’s 3-D design class are given two weeks to design, manufacture and install their own minimalist, foundobject- based art installations. Continue reading
By Brittany Vinson
Photo by Brigitte Zumaya | DeBranlon Williams, an El Centro College student,
fills out paperwork at one of several booths at the Career Fair and
Brookhaven College and the Farmers Branch Chamber of Commerce joined forces to host the first biannual Career Fair and Business Expo. The new event was held Oct. 8 in T Building.
By Sara Prendergast
Restaurants near campus with affordable eats for Brookhaveans
on a budget
1-Taste of Chicago 14833 Midway Road, Addison 972-701-0090
Students looking for a taste of the Windy City need look no further than Taste of Chicago. “All of our sauces are homemade, and one of our most popular dishes, the house pasta, was created by our owner,” manager Dario Anarijic said. The pasta has a cream sauce with mushrooms and chicken and comes with a Continue reading
By Travis Baugh
In the 1989 film “Back to the Future II,” protagonist Marty McFly crosses the boundaries of the space-time continuum along with his girlfriend Jennifer Parker and mad scientist Emmett “Doc” Brown to reach Oct. 21, 2015.
By Carmina Tiscareño
New Media & Fashion Editor
Students walking around campus looking down at their phones is a common sight. Some might be texting, while others could be checking Facebook or sharing a picture of their lunch on Instagram. Continue reading
By Carmina Tiscareño
New Media/Fashion Editor
College can be hectic for a student balancing coursework, a personal life and a job. Eating healthy is often set aside because it is out of a student’s budget, but walletfriendly recipes and affordable grocery stores exist. Continue reading
By Jubenal Aguilar
Copy Desk Chief
Photo by Jubenal Aguilar |
Gushing water of the Torc Waterfall in Killarney National Park in County Kerry, Ireland. The 70-80 foot high waterfall, at the base of Torc Mountain, is a major tourist attraction along the 179 km Ring of Kerry.
As part of Brookhaven’s study abroad program, one student shares his experiences traveling through the south of Ireland.
Hungry, tired, sweaty, hot. Riding a rental bike one size too big, I pushed south on the N71, an Irish national secondary road that cuts through Killarney National Park. I was on a mission. Nothing would stop me: not even fear of the speeding cars zooming mere feet from me. Continue reading
By Ravin Lee
Source : Criminal Justice Club | The Criminal Justice Club poses in front of the River Thames, London, England.
Within two seconds, former London Metropolitan police marksman Anthony Long, known as “The Eliminator,” allegedly shot eight bullets from an unmarked vehicle. Six bullets struck and killed Azelle Rodney, a suspected drug trafficker. Ten years later, Long is on trial for Rodney’s murder. Continue reading
By Brigitte Zumaya
Chief Layout Editor
Photo by Brigitte Zumaya | Director Charles Self (center) guides students Charles Grissom and Eric Bradley during a rehearsal on Sept. 29.
Auditions for the Brookhaven College production of Ira Levin’s “Deathtrap” recently came to an end. Five students will perform in the 1978 comedy-thriller play. Continue reading