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Farmers Branch food safety scores inform students, faculty

By Ellen Case and Jaz’man Hampton Senior Staff Writer and Staff Writer   Food safety scores in city of Farmers Branch are based on a scale ranging from 0-100. Farmers Branch uses a system called the Texas Food Establishment Rules … Continue reading

Choosing adoption impacts lives

By Ellen Case Senior Staff Writer   Adoption does not seem to get the attention it needs in the pro-life, pro-choice debate. Adoption takes a backseat to being considered an option. Share

North Texas’ Top Three Costume Shops

By Ellen Case Senior Staff Writer   DALLAS COSTUME SHOPPE 3905 Main St., Dallas, TX 75226 214-428-4613, dcshoppe.com Dallas Costume Shoppe is the oldest costume shop in the city. The shop is owned and operated by Michael Robinson. The small … Continue reading

Vintage costume shop offers classic selection

Michael Robinson, a Brookhaven College theater adjunct and former student, recounts his experiences owning and operating Dallas Costume Shoppe, one of Dallas’ premier costume destinations. By Ellen Case Senior Staff Writer   A customer walking into Dallas Costume Shoppe will … Continue reading

North Texas’ used bookstores are still ‘booked up’

By Ellen Case Senior Staff Writer   Thousands of new books are published every year, but some shops are still turning a profit on books from years past. Many stores in North Texas provide an exciting adventure on the shelves. … Continue reading

Lost in translations

Column Student recounts her experiences visiting the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’ over summer vacation. By Ellen Case Senior Staff Writer   I walked through Narita International Airport in Chiba Prefecture, Japan, after arriving for a 10-day trip that took … Continue reading

Boycott threat insults First Amendment

By Ellen Case Contributing Writer     Pastor Protection Act prompts filmmakers to consider removal of projects in Georgia.   Hollywood filmakers and entertainment goliaths misunderstood the intentions behind a House Bill proposed in February in Georgia, causing arguments and … Continue reading

Pantry serves up free food for students

By Ellen Case Contributing Writer Brookhaven College offers students free ingredients for cooking full meals or snacking on the go in the campus food pantry in Room T319. 1. Canned pasta, such as Chef Boyardee Beef Ravioli, makes an easy … Continue reading

Students experience history

Two BHC students share their stories of the filming of Bobby McGrother’s Hulu original miniseries, “11/23/63,” in Downtown Dallas – one through words, and the other through photos. Not many people my age can say they experienced the shooting of … Continue reading

STEM Fair enlightens participants

By John McClanahan Contributing Writer The scientific community gathered in Brookhaven College’s H Building for the 2017 STEM Fair, which showcased the exploration of science, technology, engineering and mathematics Feb. 18. The fair was crowded with people of all ages … Continue reading