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Brookhaven College employee newsletter: Monday, April 18, 2011

President's Absence Planned in April

Over the next several weeks, our interim president Dr. Richard D. McCrary will be absent from the Brookhaven campus while he is being treated for Multiple Myeloma at M.D. Anderson Hospital in Houston.  Read More »

Dia Packed Campus With Visitors

The reviews for this year's Dia de la Familia have been great. Families packed the college campus on April 9 for a food, fun and entertainment and had a real chance to stroll through the college and interact with personnel on a beautiful spring afternoon.  Read More »

Brookhaven College Students Selected for State Junior College Leadership

For the first time in history, a college in the Dallas County Community College District has been chosen as the President School of the Texas Junior College Student Governemt Association.  Read More »

Open Book Author Tells Story in Person

Just this week, the Open Book Project here at Brookhaven College came to an end … for this year that is. The final event relating to Picking Cotton took place on April 14, and was a Rape Aggression Defense program.   Read More »

African Rhythms Simmer at Spring Dance Festival

Rhythm, movement and the beat of drums drove the Spring Dance Festival at Brookhaven College when the Ko-Thi Dance Company performed.  Read More »

Returning Student Finds Success, Future

Marci Wojcik graduated from high school in 1979, Ohio State University in 1988, then, after working in her field for decades, Brookhaven College in 2010.  Read More »

"The Serpent" Tempts Audiences at Spring Performances

In a postmodern performance, Theatre Brookhaven takes the audience to "revisit" the Garden of Eden in "The Serpent." This spring's production challenges the viewers to become more socially and politically conscious by seeing the challenges of modern society through the Biblical stories of the original fall. Performances are April 28-May 8 in the Arena Theatre, Room C205.  Read More »

Spring Collaboration Shines

By Carole Sakach, administrative assistant in the Business Office  Read More »

During the 2011 spring registration, several departments exercised innovative cooperation. In an attempt to seek results that honor our mission and utilize the freedom to try new ideas, the Business Office joined the Financial Aid Office in exceeding the expectations of those we serve, instituting a joint response effort to students’ questions about their financial aid status.  Read More »

Students Clear Out Artworks for Shoppers

If springtime has you looking for a way to make a change at home or to update the look of your apartment, consider adding a little art.  Read More »