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Courtyard Chatter

Brookhaven College employee newsletter: Wednesday, December 15, 2011

"Coats for Kids" a Huge Success

Thanks to the generosity of many and the hard work of a few, each child at the Head Start Center received a brand-new winter coat this year.  Read More »

Holiday Party Channels Sun, Sand and Surf

This year’s beach-themed holiday party sure made a splash! Find out more about the food, fun and festivities at the annual event.  Read More »

Mini Grant to Fund Charitable Event

The Office of Student Life is participating in the Martin Luther King Day of Service on Jan. 21 from 1-6 p.m., with the help of a mini-grant from the Wisconsin Campus Compact.  Read More »

Holidays Bring Extra Baggage

Reduce your waste this month! Between Thanksgiving and New Years, the average American household increases its trash output by 25 percent – that’s 5 million extra tons of garbage nationally, according to estimates.  Read More »

“Facelift” to Freshen Web Pages

You spoke and we listened. The Marketing and Public Information Office has been busy incorporating your suggestions and the District's research into the mini re-design of the college website.  Read More »

Be Sure to Check Your Email!

The Courtyard Chatter will soon include info about you – not your programs, your job or your department, but YOU! To participate, keep an eye out for the email "(January) Chatter Fun Facts."  Read More »

Five Things You Should Shred Right Now

With the new year right around the corner, it's time to shred some old documents, according to guest poster Michael Deason. Learn more!  Read More »

January Events

When the dust settles after winter break, we'll have a busy month to come back to. Read More »