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Firearm violence causes unrest

February 27, 2018

By Monica Mitrovic Copy Desk Chief “ALERT: Lockdown on campus,” Brookhaven College officials tweeted Nov. 29, 2016. “All outside doors are locked. No entry or exit into the building. If not at campus stay away.” ...

Solar energy’s future uncertain

February 15, 2018

By Morgan Hanson Opinions Editor President Donald Trump imposed steep tariffs on imports of solar energy cells, solar panels and washing machines Jan. 22, according to The New York Times, taking effective steps to bolster the American manufacturing indust...

FCC vote threatens net neutrality

February 15, 2018

By Morgan Hanson Opinions Editor The Federal Communications Commission sold out the American people when it voted to repeal regulations that safeguarded them from anti-consumer practices by internet service providers, or ISPs. The vote to overturn the 2015 landma...

A-listers are not fit for the Oval Office

January 30, 2018

The U.S. requires skilled and experienced leaders to run the country. By Ravyn Adams Associate Opinions Editor   President Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. President Oprah Winfrey. Has a nice ring to it, no? We’r...

Church shooting evokes emotive thoughts

December 5, 2017

A Brookhaven Courier contributing writer shares his personal experience covering tragedy. By Jacob Vaughn Contributing Writer I did not lose anyone that day. I was not connected to the town in any way. But in the midst of co...

Student breaks silence, speaks out

December 5, 2017

By Stephanie Salas-Vega Managing Editor [email protected] Speaking up about it didn’t get me anywhere. Silence helped me pretend it never happened. Read More »...

‘Fake news’ threatens journalism

December 4, 2017

STAFF EDITORIAL The rise of “fake news” threatens the credibility journalists have taken years to create. This credibility is only worsened in a world where social media feeds have replaced traditional newsstands. Read Mo...

Gun violence ignites controversy

November 16, 2017

By Infinity Holloway Fashion Editor Whenever there is a mass shooting, it’s always deemed too soon to discuss gun control to prevent further mass shootings in the U.S. Read More »...

College degrees earn jobs

October 31, 2017

Due to the rise in university tuition costs, people debate the value and merit of a college degree.  By Lauren Keuning Opinion/Layout Editor Annual tuition at public four-year institutions increased nearly 400 perce...

Student reflects on life with curly hair

October 31, 2017

By Mira Scott Staff Writer Though natural hair may not be considered a trend, many millennials think it is. Natural hair has always been a part of the fashion scene. However, in the past, fewer women of color embraced thei...

Research finds CBD beneficial

October 17, 2017

Cannabidiol studies continue to impact modern medicine and alleviate disease symptoms. By Dr. Dank Dope Columnist Medical cannabis – the more we get to know her, the more we learn of the therapeutic effects she has on the bo...

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