By Charlotte Blackburn & Calvin Spencer Jr. Contributing Writers
Brookhaven College students, staff and faculty stood for freedom, justice and equality at the annual African-American Read-In. This year’s theme was “Stand for Something.” The read-in was held Feb. 14 in the Performance Hall. Continue reading Read-In reflects black heritage→
By John C. McClanahan Copy Editor/Editoral Proofreader
Eight images Giraud Polite, photographer and Brookhaven College dean of business studies, shot comprised his section of the 3rd Annual “Art Past & Present: From a Black Artist’s Perspective,” an art exhibit featured in the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum. Continue reading Photographer captures musical Creole culture→
Grand jury clears officers of wrongdoing in death of shooter in July 7, 2016, downtown Dallas ambush.
By Jubenal Aguilar Editor-in-Chief
“Hands up. Don’t shoot,” the protesters, arms in the air, said repeatedly throughout the march. “Hands up. Don’t shoot.” What was supposed to be a peaceful protest against police brutality July 7, 2016, ended in chaos and violence as a heavily armed lone shooter opened fire, targeting peace officers on duty. Continue reading Shooting investigation ends→
By Jubenal Aguilar Editor-in-Chief
Students, staff, faculty and the community will race to the finish line and run obstacle courses to honor first responders and veterans in Dallas County Community College District’s first Heroes Run.The athletic, family-oriented event will be held 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 14 in Brookhaven College fields between Parking Lot P3 and Valley View Lane. Continue reading 5k run to honor heroes→
Dallas County Promise will offer free tuition to high school seniors.
By Jacob Vaughn Contributing Writer
A new initiative, the Dallas County Promise, will pay for students from 31 Dallas County high schools to obtain their associate degree or spend up to three years at any Dallas County Community College District school. Continue reading Program benefits students→
Net neutrality internet protections are threatened as the FCC prepares to overturn a previous decision.
By Jubenal Aguilar Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org
The Federal Communications Commission is set to eliminate rules that guarantee an open and equal internet. The move would be a reversal of a 2015 hallmark decision by the agency, then under the administration of former President Barack Obama, according to The New York Times., Continue reading ‘Free internet’ to end?→
Once located in South Dallas, Zoli’s NY Pizza Tavern has a new home.
By Morgan Hanson Contributing Writer
When Zoli’s NY Pizza Tavern in Oak Cliff, Dallas closed its doors Valentine’s Day 2016, patrons were heartbroken. But the beloved pizza parlor returned 628 days later and is now situated at 14910 Midway Road in Addison, Texas, inciting a feeding- frenzy among fans when Zoli’s reopened Nov. 3. Continue reading Popular Dallas pizza joint reopens→
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 Student’s photo voted best→
By Juan Betancourt and Jacob Vaughn Sports/Web Editor and Contributing Writer
The 11 a.m. Sunday service was in progress at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, a small south Texas town, when a man dressed in black tactical gear barged in with an assault rifle and fatally shot 26 people and wounded 20 others. Continue reading 26 killed in south Texas→