Monthly Archives: February 2013

Honoring MLK

By Bradley Varnel

Staff Writer

 

Brookhaven College will end Black History Month Feb. 28 with “Poems of Freedom,” a poetry reading commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech and the 150th anniversary Continue reading

India Palace delivers spice

By Scott Mitchell

A&E/Sports Editor

Photo by Kathy Tran and Scott Mitchell | Naan bread, Tandoori chicken, chicken masala and Hakka noodles share a plate

Photo by Kathy Tran | Naan bread, Tandoori chicken, chicken masala and Hakka noodles share a plate

After passing through an unassuming entrance, there is a mood-lit room reminiscent of many high-class eateries. There was very little about the interior that would evoke thoughts of Indian culture, besides a bronze statue Continue reading

Bear hugs for all

By Charles Taylor

& Azure Wedan

Staff Writer/ Managing Editor

Photo by Chukwuka John | The Brookhaven Bear embraces a student on Free Hugs and Kisses Day Feb. 14

The exceeding popularity of social media sites suggests that we are a people connected to each other. However, in the midst of the daily grind, it’s common practice to breeze by one another without even a Continue reading

Human Rights Guru Talks

By Amy Price

Editor-In-Chief

Photo by Amy Price | Dr. Rick Halperin shows the audience news articles about human rights violations.

Photo by Amy Price | Dr. Rick Halperin shows the audience news articles about human rights violations.

Pacing back and forth in his worn-out loafers and aviator-style glasses, Dr. Rick Halperin uses a pencil to metaphorically demonstrate how many journalists have been killed for speaking out on behalf of others. “Their only crime was this,” Halperin said, tilting the pencil between Continue reading

Campus Bobcats Caught

By Aaron Ortega

Opinion Editor

Two bobcats were caught Jan. 21 and 22, and the hunt subsided for these beasts of prey. Last November, a bobcat sighting drew the attention of the Brookhaven College community. An email with a photo of the elusive bobcat detailed Continue reading