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American Hero Gone Too Soon: Chris Kyle Dead At 38

February 11, 2013 by admin

A Column
By Joe Malanaphy

    America lost a true hero on Feb. 2. Chris Kyle, 38, a former U.S. Navy Seal who served four tours in Iraq, and was known as the most lethal sniper in American military history, was shot to death at point-blank range while volunteering as a mentor for veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Kyle leaves behind a wife and two children.

Point Pleasant Beach Night Spots May No Longer Be Subject To ‘Cinderella’ Laws

February 11, 2013 by admin

By Daniel Soden

        There has been an ongoing dispute between residents of Point Pleasant Beach and bar owners of the popular Jersey Shore town, over how much responsibility said owners have to keep their patrons orderly after last call.  This dispute had many Brookdale Community College students worried that their summer spots might need to change this year.

Picking Up The Pieces In The Wake Of Sandy

January 3, 2013 by admin

By Jess Fasano

     I stood there for a moment turning a child's stuffed animal over in my hands. It was a small, white dog, the fur matted from having been left to soak in the flood water that had seeped into the house and covered in the mud it landed in when it was hastily tossed, along with Barbie dolls and Hot Wheels cars, into the pile of other children's toys that were now destroyed.

Drivers' Bad Habits Taking Toll On Editor's Patience

January 3, 2013 by admin

A Column

By Joe Malanaphy

     Driving around lately I can't help but realize that either I am extremely impatient (very possible) or a huge majority of drivers on the road should have their licenses revoked, followed by a good swift kick to the teeth.
     For starters: Traffic lights are not just pretty hanging decorations placed at intersections to add character, and the colorful lights inside of them serve a purpose believe it or not.

Students At BCC 'Speak Out' About College Expenses

January 3, 2013 by admin

By Ruby Goldberg

     The cost of college is an expense that many students worry about. Aside from tuition and other fees, on campus options such as dining and textbooks can run students a pretty penny. Concerns about food pricing and options along with the cost of buying textbooks took center stage at the Student Life Board sponsored “Speak Out” event.

Dr. Murphy Addresses Storm Efforts At Recent BOT Meeting

January 3, 2013 by admin

By Melissa Smith

     "I can't get enough thanks to our IT staff who did not sleep the whole time," Dr. Maureen Murphy told the Board of Trustees at the Nov. 15 meeting. The president emphasized throughout the meeting how proud she was of the college, including the faculty, students and the community who came together after Hurricane Sandy.

Join The Student Life Board And Gain Experience While Having Fun

January 3, 2013 by admin

By Jim McConnell

     If you are a Brookdale student and you feel that you would be interested in governing and representing the student body, planning and marketing school events, making fiscal decisions and financial allocations, and you are looking for a way to get involved, joining the Student Life Board is a great way to do so.  

Brookdale Disaster Relief Fund

January 3, 2013 by admin

     The Brookdale Community College Foundation has set up a special fund to help Brookdale students impacted by Hurricane Sandy.

This Season: Observe And Make A Difference

January 3, 2013 by admin

A Column

By Joe Malanaphy

     I think that if you want to be a writer, it means never holding anything back. It means being true to yourself and to your reader. It means constantly doing everything in your power to be a voice for those who cannot speak. A light, or beacon of hope for truth and liberty, always keeping alive the gritty fighting spirit that this great country was built on.

Gina Yashere Closes Out Laugh At Lunch For Semester

January 3, 2013 by admin

By Denielle Balint

      “Did you know there were black people in England!?” asked Gina Yashere, to a shy quiet member of the audience. He was singled out because he was sitting alone, making him an easier target.

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