The Brookhaven Courier

Boycott threat insults First Amendment

April 21, 2016

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 Februar...

Chaplin masters silent comedy

April 21, 2016

By Diamond Victoria Editor-in-Chief [email protected]   “City Lights” (1931) was filmmaker and actor Charles Chaplin’s first film since the introduction of sound synchronization in talkies, the nam...

Super heroes battle it out in new film

April 18, 2016

By Juan Betancourt Contributing Writer Director Zack Snyder brought the world’s strongest man and the world’s greatest detective to the big screen in one of the most anticipated superhero movies of the year with “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Ju...

National Videogame Museum opens doors

April 18, 2016

By Jacqueline Arredondo Associate Layout Editor The clash of Link’s sword, the lash of Simon Belmont’s whip and the blast of Doomguy’s trusty double-barreled shotgun echoed through the halls. These sounds can be heard alongside the laughter of ...

Band behaves badly during brawl

April 11, 2016

    By Erasmo Viera Contributing Writer Trash cans of vomit flew through the air, along with a few punches, when Illinois rock outfit The Orwells headlined at Trees during the 2016 Spillover Fest. Fans of the band usually anticipate some sort o...

Wildlife reserve combats extinction

April 7, 2016

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center in Glen Rose, Texas, has over 50 species of native and non-native animals living at the 1,800-acre center. Read More »...

Theatre Brookhaven performs ‘Arabian Nights’

April 7, 2016

By Aina Abdul-Qader Contributing Writer Theatre Brookhaven captivated its audience with an awe-inspiring production of “The Arabian Nights” in the Performance Hall, March 4-13. “The Arabian Nights” was written b...

Allen’s breakthrough film stands test of time

March 21, 2016

By Diamond Victoria Editor-in-Chief Film Review Rating: Five out of five “Diamonds” In 1977, “Annie Hall,” starring, written and directed by Woody Allen, edged out the original “Star Wars” blockbuster sci-fi flick directed by George Lucas and won the...

BHC students and faculty participate in local art fest

March 16, 2016

By Ravin René Layout/Photo Editor Two Brookhaven College students and one professor took part in Thin Line Fest Feb. 17–21 in Denton, Texas. Films, documentaries, live music and photo galleries were showcased across the town, from th...

Gallery exhibits printmaker’s work

March 8, 2016

By Megan Thompson Contributing Writer BCSA holds closing reception for artist’s installation “In Transition.” Brookhaven College School of the Arts held a closing reception for Sang-Mi Yoo’s installation of...

Students tackle trivia challenge

March 4, 2016

By Ravin René Layout Editor   The Campus Activity Board hosts a Black History Month Trivia event Feb. 9. Brookhaven College students tested their knowledge of black history in a game sponsored by the Campus ...

Dating apps to enhance romance

February 11, 2016

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