The Brookhaven Courier

Visioning 2018

November 30, 2012

By Aaron Mason Staff Writer In 2018, Brookhaven College will be 40 years old. As Brookhaven continues to age, the surrounding area continues to change, drastically. The vast changes that are to come could potentially be for ...

Another Way To Celebrate This Thanksgiving

November 30, 2012

By Kurt Hyde Sports Editor Most Texans celebrate Thanksgiving in a tradition handed down from the Pilgrims in 1621, but lately some Texans have been celebrating Thanksgiving based on a similar event, first held near El ...

Dallas’ Growing Infrastructure Draws Concern

November 30, 2012

By Rodney Blu Managing Editor As the State Fair of Texas once again drew its curtains closed this year, an icon as quintessentially Dallas as any – not quite as esoteric as the Pegasus yet just as prominent as Reunion T...

Student Sues

November 30, 2012

By Aaron Ortega Opinion Editor During Spring Break 2011, Derek Madrigal, a Brookhaven College student, made campus front page news as well as landing on other media outlets around the state. Having survived a near-fatal att...

Local Nonprofit Group’s Efforts Raise Awareness

November 29, 2012

By Seferina Limones Staff Writer Domestic violence may not always be the easiest topic of conversation, but with October being National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, it’s time that people begin the dialogue and become a...

DREAM Act Lives On

October 24, 2012

By Aaron Ortega Opinion Editor Confined to a cell in York County Prison, Pennsylvania, a student’s pacing transpires primarily in the cell of his own mind as questions relentlessly keep him guessing at an uncertain future. F...

Spring breakers save with local trips

March 5, 2012

By Stephanie Ball Editor-in-Chief The low-gas light flashes as a driver pulls into the nearest gas station. A commercial on the radio announces a spring break package to South Padre Island for college students. The driver fill...

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