By Chris R. Allison
Illustration By Vadim Dozmorov
“Dallas 1963” is not another book rehashing the tragic events surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy 50 years ago. Nor is it a book that entertains or refutes the vast number of conspiracy theories surrounding the former president’s death Continue reading
By Travis Baugh
Photo by Travis Baugh | The sign for Kel’s Restaurant, worn and decorated with pigeons.
Kel’s Kitchen is a classic little diner tucked away behind a car wash and an old antique mall on Forest Lane and Dallas North Tollway. Kel’s serves breakfast all day, every day, so the sound of sizzling bacon strips and the aroma of fresh-baked biscuits greet every visitor. With some of the best home cooking outside of your grandmother’s kitchen, it’s not hard to see why Kel’s has been a cornerstone of the community for 50 years Continue reading
By Brigitte Zumaya
Photo by Brigitte Zumaya | Workers install solar panels on Brookhaven campus.
Brookhaven College is becoming a greener environment. Organizers created a new project using renewable energy on campus by building solar panels Continue reading
By Joie’ Thornton
Photo by Scott Mitchell | Guitarists Carlo Pezzimenti (left) and Brian Rowe perform for an audience at Texas Woman’s University’s Little Chapel-in-the-Woods.
The silence of the narrow confines of Texas Woman’s University’s Little Chapel-in-the-Woods is broken by applause as Carlo Pezzimenti and Brian Rowe walk into the single light fixed on the two benches at the center of Continue reading
Photos By Brian Finch
Finishing her tenth year participating, Brenda Szewe gives a solid thumbs up.
By Chris R. Allison
Photos by Brian Finch and Scott Godbey
The fifth annual Don Cockrell memorial basketball game on Oct. 18 pitted the current Brookhaven College Bears against Brookhaven alumni players from past seasons. The home team Brookhaven Bears strode confidently out onto the court dressed in forest green warm ups, while the visiting alumni players wore gold uniforms as they loosened up at the far end of the court Continue reading
By Joie’ Thornton and Paula Vasquez
Photo contributed by Jean Karotkin | Joni Sternbach poses for Jean Karotkin
Like a surgeon performing intricate procedures, Jean Karotkin, wearing her white gloves, delicately removes the negatives from the concentrated chemicals, creating the images that have made her a world-renowned photographer. In the isolation of the darkroom, Karotkin develops more than just black and white photos – she develops Continue reading
By Paula Vasquez
Photo by Nicholas Bostick | Dr. Thom Chesney, Brookhaven College president, answers a question at the Fall Forum Oct.24.
Dr. Thom D. Chesney, president of Brookhaven College, gave the 6th annual Brookhaven Fall Forum, Oct. 24, in the Performance Hall. According to Chesney, Dr. Ivory Toldson, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Negro Education, was originally scheduled to speak but was called to a higher order by Continue reading
By Nicholas Bostick
Managing/New Media Editor
Dr. Richard Jan LeCroy
Though Dallas County Community College students may not know it, their lives are irrevocably intertwined with the legacy of Dr. Richard Jan LeCroy, who passed away Oct. 10 at the age of 82 Continue reading
Photos By Amy White
Brookhaven College’s Earth Science Fair gave students and families a chance to explore and participate in a variety of activities Oct. 19 and 20. 1,100 attendees were invited to speak with experts from the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, the Dallas Amateur Radio, the Fort Worth Museum. Top vendors from the area brought rocks, minerals and fossils to display and sell during the two-day event Continue reading