Monthly Archives: March 2013

Honoring MLK through poetry

By Bradley Varnell

Staff Writer 

Photo by Amy Price | Professor Naomi Stokes-Wesson reads Sojourner Truth's "Ain't I A Woman" during the African-American Read-in

Photo by Amy Price | Professor Naomi Stokes-Wesson reads Sojourner Truth’s “Ain’t I A Woman” during the African-American Read-in

More than 150 students, faculty and staff filled the K234 West Lecture Hall Thursday, Feb. 28, as Brookhaven College closed out its celebration of Black History Month with the annual African American Continue reading

Brookhaven artists excel

By Chris Allison

Copy Editor 

 

Five Brookhaven College art students received awards at the 2013 League for Innovation Exhibition and Competition on Feb. 7. The competition, held annually at Mountain View College, features 10 entries from the Continue reading

Students to blast off

By Aaron Ortega

Opinion Editor 

As a child, former Brookhaven College student Rebecca Jimenez wanted to fly to the moon. Her attraction to heavenly objects and various galactic intricacies not only piqued her interest, but she also had a curiosity about Continue reading

Drone attacks draw favorable US support

Scott Mitchell

A&E/Sports Editor

 

 

A new era of warfare is upon us, one fought thousands of miles away from the actual battle zone, using remote-con­trolled machines to carry out the destructive will of their opera­tors. As it turns out, Americans are Continue reading

Two gays divided: staff debate Scouts’ ban

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Amy Price

Editor-In-Chief

Boy Scout leaders and Scouts in Dallas and across the country converged on the Boy Scouts of America headquarters in Irving, Texas, Feb. 4 to drop off boxes filled with 1.4 million signatures from a www.change.org petition to repeal Continue reading