The Brookhaven Courier

Intruder raises alarm, causes lock down

December 12, 2016

By Diamond Victoria Editor-in-Chief   The Brookhaven College Police Department ended a campuswide lockdown Nov. 29, taking a man into custody after he allegedly threatened to shoot students. The man was questioned after offic...

NASA preps for Mars mission

December 1, 2016

By Jubenal Aguilar Managing Editor NASA is making advancements in preparing its first manned mission to Mars. Four NASA representatives discussed the mission challenges during a press conference Oct. 14 at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Ho...

Freddie Jones blows fans away

December 1, 2016

By Meilyn Acevedo Contributing Writer   This Thanksgiving, Freddie Jones, a Brookhaven College adjunct music professor, will take his place on the field of AT&T Stadium. With trumpet in hand, he will kick off the game by playing the national anthem as mi...

The Donald trumps Clinton

November 30, 2016

By Diamond Victoria Editor-in-Chief   After a year and a half on the campaign trail, Donald Trump has been elected into office as the 45th U.S. president. Read More »...

PolaCon celebrates instant film photography

November 15, 2016

Photographers, celebrities and enthusiasts gathered in North Texas, for the first PolaCon. By Jake Griffin Copy Desk Chief   PolaCon, the first three-day convention celebrating instant film, was held Sept. 30-Oct. 2. The...

El Centro College endures, moves on after 7/7 destruction

November 10, 2016

Part two of a three-part series By Jubenal Aguilar Managing Editor “Beware, there’s a shooter coming your way,” read a text Joseph Hannigan, El Centro College’s police chief, received, warning him of a shooting in downtown Dallas. “Wrong,” Hannigan replied...

Journalism students break record

November 10, 2016

Editors and staff members from The Brookhaven Courier visited NASA as part of a statewide competition, earning the most awards in the state. By Diamond Victoria Editor-in-Chief   ...

Students save patients by the pint

October 18, 2016

By Jaz'man Hampton Contributing Writer   Brookhaven College held a Carter BloodCare Blood Drive giving students, staff and faculty the opportunity to donate blood and help save lives. The Carter BloodCare mobile clinic visited the camp...

DCCCD welcomes three new trustees

October 6, 2016

By Diamond Victoria Editor-in-Chief   The Dallas County Community College District announced three new members to the board of trustees before the start of the fall semester. The new members, Philip J. Ritter, Dorothy Zimmermann and Monica Lira Bravo no...

DCCCD to help ‘stranded’ ITT Tech students

October 5, 2016

By Nicholas Bostick Multimedia Editor-at-Large   Students across the U.S. were likely shocked to find signs reading “closed” on the front doors of their college campuses after ITT Educational Services abruptly ceased operation of more than Read More »...

Instant film convention develops in North Texas

September 26, 2016

Brookhaven College professors, photographers and celebrities to be featured at world’s first convention centered on instant film photography. By Amber Gipson Arts & Culture Editor   Lately there has been a resurgence of...

Officers slain during protest

September 20, 2016

Part one of a three-part series. By Jubenal Aguilar Managing Editor A peaceful Dallas protest against police brutality turned violent as a lone shooter opened fire on police officers as protesters ran for cover. July 7 marked the single deadliest attack against a U.S. law enforcement agency since Sept. 1...

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