The Brookhaven Courier

Gamers United plays through day-long charity drive

December 17, 2016

By Juan Betancourt Sports Editor   The Brookhaven College Gamers United Club hosted a 24-hour charity event Nov. 18-19 that raised over $300 for the Extra Life Foundation, a foundation that helps fund Children’s Miracle N...

BHC music faculty jazzes up concert

December 17, 2016

Brookhaven College music department faculty takes time off work to raise money for student scholarships by performing various genres of music. By Marilyn Velazquez Contributing Writer   The Brookhaven College music departme...

Dancers strut stuff for fall

December 1, 2016

By Marilyn Velazquez Contributing Writer   Brookhaven College’s dance recital showcased the fall semester dance classes Nov. 11-13 in the Performance Hall. The show featured eight dances by the Dancers’ Theatre ensemble, along with one p...

Theatre preps for Scrooge sequel

December 1, 2016

By Jasmine Gallegos ECHS Contributing Writer   Theatre Brookhaven will close out the fall semester with a production of Mark Brown’s “The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge,” a comedic sequel to Charles Dickens’ ...

Netflix offers ‘Stranger Things’ than tricks, treats

November 14, 2016

Critical Review By Diamond Victoria Editor-in-Chief   Over the past few months “Stranger Things” has become more than just a Netflix Original series. With its soundtrack, visual aesthetics, special effects and cast, it has transcended specific genre nor...

Five impactful Godzilla films, one disgrace

November 11, 2016

Critical Review By Jubenal Aguilar Managing Editor The Toho reboot of the King of the Monsters, “Shin Godzilla,” hit U.S. theaters for a limited run Oct. 11-18. Throughout the franchise’s history, Godzilla’s titular role...

Godzilla resurges in Toho reboot, destroys Tokyo

November 11, 2016

Critical Review By Jubenal Aguilar Managing Editor   The King of the Monsters returns to the big screen in “Godzilla Resurgence,” directed by Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi, the franchise’s 31st film to unleash chaos and devastation upon Jap...

‘Dracula’ crosses cultures on screen

November 10, 2016

Critical Review By Juan Betancourt Sports Editor   “Dracula,” based on Bram Stoker’s novel of the same name, is one of Universal Studios’ classic monster films. Not only Tod Browning’s English version, but also George Melford’s Spanis...

‘Stranger Things’ composers survive

October 7, 2016

Critical Review By Evan Henry Music Editor   With the Netflix original series “Stranger Things” shocking audiences almost overnight, it’s no wonder Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein’s esoteric interpretation of electronic music goes far beyond the Read More »...

Zines find new fame at BHC

October 7, 2016

By Eric Lopez Contributing Writer   Brookhaven College will host its first Suburban Zine Swap Oct 11. The event will showcase zines and do-it-yourself art created by Read More »...

Former student displays oceanic art

October 7, 2016

By Marilyn Velazquez Contributing Writer   Nearly 50 ocean-inspired ceramic pieces in pinks, oranges, greens and blues were on display in Brookhaven College’s Studio Gallery Aug. 22-Sept. 23. Jennifer Hill, a former Brookhaven student, ...

Theatre BHC tells ghost stories

October 5, 2016

By Kayli Lader Contributing Writer   Brookhaven College School of the Arts Theatre Brookhaven is kicking off the 2016-2017 academic year with the opening night of “In a Grove: Four Japanese Ghost Stories,” by Eric Coble. Read M...

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