Monthly Archives: April 2012

Green team hosts Earth Day

By Stephanie Ball

DJ Earth Shine swayed his CD-covered vest from side to side under a covered breezeway as tiny green lights adorning his vest flashed. Students passed the DJ as they walked among Earth Day booths in the Brookhaven College Commons Courtyard. Some students stopped and stared as the DJ Continue reading

Bears rally from deficit as pitcher earns first win

By Kurt Hyde
Staff Writer

Freshman pitcher Brice Springer pitched almost six innings of shut-out baseball to earn his first collegiate win as the Brookhaven College Bears rallied from a 4-7 deficit to beat the Richland College Thunderducks 9-7 April 20 Continue reading

BHC students, staff relate to comedy series ‘Community’

By Nancy Asmus
Staff Writer

After near misses with series cancelation, the NBC comedy “Community” is back from the entertainment chopping block. Hopefully,  the show continues to create laughs through parody and the loveable misfits at Continue reading

Former student writes book

By Stephanie Ball

Bill Payne sips a Coca-Cola in a McDonald’s restaurant and looks at the five pocket-size Moleskine journals spread out over the table in front of him. He stares at the pages of his writing journal and drags his black pen over the text. As he reads his handwritten Continue reading

Alumnus captures success

By Nancy Asmus
Staff Writer

Steven Visneau, a photographer, musician and former Brookhaven College student, shared his story with journalism and photography students about his life from the time he was in their seats up to now Continue reading

Campus greets Madrigal, celebrates his recovery

By Obed Manuel
Opinion & Copy Editor

Derek Madrigal walked through the front doors of S Building April 17. It was the student’s first appearance at Brookhaven College since being attacked by 10 men on South Padre Island Continue reading

Professor to speak about Maya prophecy, culture

By Nancy Asmus
Staff Writer

The Brookhaven College Department of Humanities and Cultural Studies will host Dr. Adam Herring, associate professor and director of graduate studies at Southern Methodist University Continue reading

Letter: Student invites campus to art show, reception

In May, two unique Continuing Education art classes at Brookhaven College will celebrate their work by displaying more than 100 paintings.

The classes are taught by Continue reading

Online bullying scars emotions

By Amy Price
A&E Editor

The issue of bullying in schools has recently made national headlines in the United States, but a harsh reality for adults and teens is that bullying does not stay in the hallways and schoolyards Continue reading

Crime Alert (April 30, 2012)

A campus notice was published in the April 16 issue of The Brookhaven Courier about a suspect following two female students home. An updated notice with changes has been Continue reading