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IPS guest speaker recounts human trafficking nightmares

November 5, 2015

By Sara Prendergast   Staff Writer Human trafficking is a modern form of slavery and can affect people from different demographics. Its injustice can be seen throughout the U.S. and has prompted some to speak up against its violence. The Brookh...

Blue Bell to return

November 2, 2015

  By Brittany Vinson Staff Writer Blue Bell Ice Cream is back on the horizon following a six-month halt in sales after issuing the first recall in its 108-year history on Mar. 13, voluntarily removing all of their products from stores. Read More »...

Seed vault holds past, future of food in tundra

October 16, 2015

By Megan Smith Assignment Editor An industrial-looking stone rectangle juts out of the side of a frozen mountain, 800 miles from the North Pole. One might not know by looking, but this ominous structure is the face of...

UN sets goals for global good

October 15, 2015

By Jake Griffin Contributing Writer World leaders came together to create 17 goals in hopes of improving the world and quality of life for all of humanity within the next 15 years. The main objectives of these goals a...

Professor juggles work, play

October 13, 2015

By Brigitte Zumaya Chief Layout Editor BHC chemistry professor recounts how a unique hobby influenced his academic journey and changed his life.  When Alan Blakely was 12 years old, he saw the most amazing thing at ...

Students witness rare phenomenon

October 13, 2015

By Atziry Garcia Arts & Culture Editor BHC students observe once in a generation “super blood moon.” The Brookhaven College astronomy department hosted a lunar eclipse watch in conjunction with the Texas Astronomical Society of Dallas to witness a once-in-a-generation e...

Spooky Trot scares up an appetite

October 13, 2015

By Sara Prendergast Staff Writer Fall is a time for chilly temperatures, pumpkin-flavored everything and Halloween. And for Brookhaven College students, staff and faculty, fall means it is time for the annual Spooky Trot 5K Run/Walk. Read More »...

Old Corny Dog learns new trick

October 7, 2015

By Travis Baugh Staff Photographer Next to Big Tex, few things at the State Fair of Texas are more iconic than a crispy, golden brown Fletcher’s Corny Dog slathered in mustard. Read More »...

Professor discusses human trafficking

September 29, 2015

By Sarah Gutierrez   Staff Writer   Slavery is a topic discussed in history books – one that many think of as a practice of the past. On the contrary, there are between 27 and 36 million people living in slavery today, according to The Walk Fr...

Blood drives relief

September 28, 2015

By Kevin Quintana   Contributing Writer Students, staff and faculty visited the Carter Blood Care bus Sept. 10 when it came to the Brookhaven College to take donations. Teresa Nguyen, student, said, “I feel ...

Chancellor to advise President Obama

September 28, 2015

By Nicholas Bostick   Editor-in-Chief Dallas County Community College District Chancellor Joe May has been appointed to President Barack Obama’s newly formed College Advisory Board, according to a press release. Th...

State Fair foodie pros win awards again

September 17, 2015

By Ravin Lee Art Director Fried carrot cake, fried alligator eggs, bacon margaritas: all clear signs that the Texas State Fair is gearing up for yet another year of eclectic delicacies and family fun. A panel of guest judges tasted the creations to ...

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