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Erykah Badu delivers at another birthday bash

Photos by Malen Blackmon | Queen of Neo-Soul Erykah Badu gives a passionate performance during her latest birthday bash at The Bomb Factory, Feb. 23.

By Malen Blackmon
Sports Editor

R&B singer Erykah Badu celebrated her 48th birthday with friends, family and over 4,000 fans at The Bomb Factory. The annual Deep Ellum celebration has become a tradition dating back to 2013 for the Queen of Neo-Soul. Continue reading Erykah Badu delivers at another birthday bash

Kaepernick outscores NFL years after kneeling

Illustration by Susan Edgley | The National Football League settled in court against Colin Kaepernick, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, as a result of a collusion grievance in which the player was targeted.

Thao Nguyen
Web Editor

After a controversial, years-long battle, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick reached a settlement with the National Football League Feb. 15. Continue reading Kaepernick outscores NFL years after kneeling

Campus repairs leaks

Photos courtesy of Garry Hodges | Brookhaven College facilities department employees work to repair water leaks on campus.

By Jacob Vaughn
Managing Editor/Music Editor

As mid-February rain poured over Brookhaven College, a bulk of the campus interior remained dry. Last semester, water leaks on campus sprung up during the wettest North Texas fall season on record. Garry Hodges, facilities director, said most of those leaky areas on campus have been repaired. Continue reading Campus repairs leaks

BHC to co-host print conference

Photo by Jubenal Aguilar | A Yazidi print hangs in the Studio Gallery as part of Nancy Willis’s “Conflict Zones – Bridging Communication Through Printmaking.”

By Stephanie Salas-Vega
Arts & Culture Editor

Brookhaven College, along with four local universities, will host Texchange: SGCI 2019, an  annual printmaking conference, March 6-9. The conference is organized by SGC International, an educational nonprofit organization that represents artists of original prints, drawings, books and handmade paper, according to Continue reading BHC to co-host print conference

Board approves bond election

By Jubenal Aguilar

Dallas County residents will vote on a $1.1 billion bond program for the Dallas County Community College District in the upcoming joint election. The bond proposal will be placed in the May 4 election ballot.

The bond program was recommended by DCCCD Chancellor Joe May, and authorized by the board of trustees during the board’s regular monthly meeting Feb. 5, according to a Feb. 6 press release by Ann Hatch, district director of media relations. Continue reading Board approves bond election

Underdog Luka Dončić becomes phenom in NBA

Illustration by Suha Kim | Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle and Real-Madrid Baloncesto coach Pablo Laso gawk over Luka Dončić, a 20-year-old Slovenian basketball player.

By Malen Blackmon
Sports Editor

Luka Dončić, a 20-year-old Slovenian basketball player, has set fire to the Dallas Mavericks and the NBA. Coaches, general managers, scouts, players and fans across the globe have taken notice and marveled at the rookie’s impact on the NBA. Continue reading Underdog Luka Dončić becomes phenom in NBA

College educates on cannabis

By Dr. Dank
Cannabis Columnist

While extensive jail time is handed out for possession of small amounts of cannabis here in Dallas, Oaksterdam University in Oakland, California, is thriving on cannabis production and education.

Founded in 2007, Oaksterdam is the first cannabis college in America, according to its website. Over 35,000 people worldwide have earned certifications in various degree programs offered at Oaksterdam. Continue reading College educates on cannabis