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December 14, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By Raven Halliwell
Over the past few years, I have noticed that the recent recession has basically shut down the avaliable job market. Unemployment has doubled over the last 5 years. We are currently in what is known as an employer’s market. These are a few tips that can help you find a job without selling yourself short:

‘Globetrotting’ at BCC

December 14, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

Hot on the heels of the most successful year in franchise history, the legendary Harlem Globetrotters will celebrate their 85th consecutive season when their dazzling 2011 “4 Times the Fun” World Tour stops in Lincroft, showcasing the wholesome family entertainment that has provided lifetime memories for generations of fans.
The Harlem Globetrotters will take the court at Collins Arena at Brookdale Community College for two games on March 16, 2011 and March 17, 2011 at 7:00 p.m.

The Static Page

December 14, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By Brian Harris
Thirty years ago on Dec. 8, 1980, the world lost an icon of not only music but one of forward thinking and life and love. On the steps of his apartment building, The Dakota, John Lennon was fatally shot five times by Mark David Chapman.
The impact that Lennon’s murder had was instantly felt. So much so that Howard Cosell interrupted calling a Monday Night Football to inform the nation that one of the world’s foremost musical visionaries was suddenly and viciously taken away from them.

Brookdale Jersey Blues Sports Update

December 14, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By BCC Atheletic Staff
The Brookdale Community College men’s basketball team fell to Division II County College of Morris, 69-58 on Dec. 2.
Brookdale’s first and only lead came early, when James Stanback (Keansburg) sunk a three to put Brookdale ahead 5-4.
A Morris 9-0 run with 10 minutes remaining in the first half forced the Blues to climb out of an early 11-point hole.
Brookdale started to climb back, with a Chris Jetter (Matawan) to Tunell Polk (Howell) alley-oop to cut the Titans’ lead to six with 50 seconds remaining.

Flooding Issues Move Financial Aid Office

December 1, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By Paul Williams
Flooding issues have caused the Financial Aid office to temporarily relocate to MAN 204. Flooding may have caused mold issues and illness as BCC employees who have asked to remain anonymous have stated but officials have not confirmed.
Water began flooding onto the floor of the old office, CAR 102, over the last few weeks according to Kevin Nolan, the assistant director of the financial aid department. “It was just a minor maintenance issue, is what we believe at this point.” Nolan said.

GCC Brings Awareness of Global Issues to BCC

December 1, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

The Global Citizenship Council, led by faculty Thomas Berke, Terry Konn and Howard Miller, posted signs around campus on Nov 11 to kick off International Education Week. Students Jennifer Brennan, Kelsey Brennan, Natalie DeSabato, Tara Hart and friends from the Gender Equity Organization helped plant the signs.
The signs provide global statistics on poverty, hunger, education, homelessness, poor health care and a host of other issues that people around the world face.

Survey Shows BCC Students Didn’t Vote

December 1, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

BCC Students Want To See Political Reform

December 1, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By The Journalism 102 Class
There was an even split between students on whether or not the American political system is up to par.
"It still works because we are always getting new leaders who start out with new ideas," said a 19-year-old English major from Middletown.
While the idea of fresh minds and faces seems promising, some students believe the system is set up for disaster.

Student Poll Says That Jersey Needs To Be Fixed

December 1, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By The Journalism 102 Class
"New Jersey is filled with crooks," said a 19-year-old communications major from Ocean.
Out of the 100 students that were polled, there was an even split, 50 percent answered yes and 50 percent answered no, as to whether or not the New Jersey's political system is working.
"Our elected officials abuse the power granted to them for their own personal gains," said a 20-year-old biology major from Union Beach.

BCC Student Poll Shows Constitution Concern

December 1, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By The Journalism 102 Class
Students are evenly split at 45 percent about whether the beliefs and intentions of the Constitution are being accurately conveyed by the government.
"Many times, inaccurate excuses are given toward decisions, such as the Ground Zero mosque," said Maham Khan, a 20-year-old journalism student from Freehold, who thinks that the Constitution could be better upheld.

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