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Brookhaven College employee newsletter: Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Student Leader's Achievements Continue to Stack Up

Daniel Marold, Brookhaven College Student Government Association president, can add another presidential title to his résumé.  Read More »

Open Book is Back!

The Fall semester is still a month away, but everyone at the college is already buzzing about the last lecture.  Read More »

Hip Hop for HIV, Brookhaven College Continue Partnership

Spread the news. The college is once again a testing site for the Hip Hop for HIV campaign.  Read More »

Department Expands Staff, Services

The Career Development Center's work is never done, but with the addition of two new staff members, they are once again able to offer service to the broader community.  Read More »

Students Honored with National and Local Awards

As the year drew to a close, students had submitted stories and art to different competitions around the region. Now, halfway through the summer, students are finding out how they did.  Read More »

Six Tips to Help Protect your Identity

By Mike Deason, director of information technology

In the early 80s I had the privilege of meeting Frank Abagnale, author of the book "Catch Me if you Can" which was later made into a movie. One thing Frank said was "There's no such thing as a foolproof system.  Read More »

Faculty, International Artist Works at Galleries

Enjoy the talent of a fellow faculty member in one of two new exhibits in the School of the Arts galleries.  Read More »

Summer Musical "Titanic" from Theatre Brookhaven

History's most tragic maiden voyage may not sound like material for a musical, but from the bridge to the boiler room, characters and songs capture the romance, grandeur and adventure that was the voyage of the Titanic.  Read More »