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BCC Lady Blues Win Season Opener

December 1, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By Paul Williams
The Jersey Blues Women’s basketball team improved to 1-1 this season, notching an impressive 82-59 win in their home opener over the Division II Burlington Lady Barons.
The Jersey Blues got off to a slow start, being held without a field goal for the first three minutes of the game, and struggled to hit any shots from close range early on.
But they more than made up for it by nailing nine three-pointers in the first half, including six from sophomore guard Victoria DeTata, who finished the game with a team-high 21 points.

Brookdale Jersey Blues Sports Roundup

December 1, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By BCC Athletic Staff
The Brookdale men’s cross country team placed sixth at the NJCAA Division III Cross Country Meet at Sunken Meadow State Park in Selden, NY.
Improving from an 11th-place finish just a year ago, the Jersey Blues saw one first-team All-American honoree, freshman John Arnone (Shrewsbury), finish fourth overall.

Looking At Yourself Through A Different Machine

November 10, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By Allison McKenzie
Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to be a different race? So many times in life, we often wish that we could live life as someone else. However, not many of us have the opportunity to do so. Instead we are left wondering, “If I could just be someone else then I would…”
Well, now through Nov. 12, students can have that experience at the Martin Luther King Jr. Lounge in the Student Life Center by participating in the Human Race Machine.

Waging War Against Gender Pay Inequality

November 10, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By Jordan Edmond
On Oct. 27, Brookdale, along with the American Association of University Women and the WAGE project, presented the Start Smart seminar.
The seminar, which was a three-hour open discussion and Power-Point presentation along with dinner, was designed to give women the necessary tools to ensure fair wages.
“Traditionally, women don’t ask for what they’re qualified for, they just take what they’re given,” says Avis McMillion, interim executive director of marketing service at Brookdale.

Brookdale Students Think About Ink

November 10, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By Tom Martino
On Nov 2 2010, in Navesink III of the Student Life Center, there was an event called The Art & History of Tattooing.
The speaker was Patrick James Dean, a tattoo artist that runs a shop, Tattooville, in Neptune, NJ.
You could feel the aura in the room as he explained the history of how tattoos were put onto people’s bodies in the past as well as the current tattooing technique used today.

Phi Theta Kappa’s Day At The Beach

November 10, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By Liane Librizzi
It was a brisk, sunny morning when the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) chapter of Brookdale Community College’s Alpha Pi Theta headed to the beaches of Ocean Grove; yet, on Oct 23, they marched on the sands not with sun block and beach blankets, but with plastic bags and rubber gloves.
“All in all, I believe that the beach sweep was a great success,” PTK Vice President of Finance, Mike Geraci said. “Not only did we make a New Jersey beach a more beautiful place, but we bonded greatly while doing it.”

Earning College Credits With A Spanish Accent

November 10, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

The author standing in front of a scenic spot in Barcelona

By Laura Valencia
If you ask anyone what they want to do before they die, most of them will say travel. See the world.
Who doesn’t want to get away from reality for a while? If you are young and have the grades, I highly recommend that you look into studying abroad. It truly is an indescribable experience. I saw some of the most beautiful places and met some unforgettable people.
Friends come and go but friends that you make overseas are your friends for life.

Social Art Renaissance At Brookdale

November 10, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By Max Westpy
Students who enjoy hanging out, blasting music, watching movies, making art, and just having a good time may be interested in the Art Society on campus.
The Art Society, which was reorganized last spring semester, gives students the opportunity to be creative and open in a friendly environment.
“It’s a great experience for students to explore themselves and share creative thoughts with their peers,” said Dustin Burkett, a 21-year-old, third-semester fine arts major from Old Bridge, of the club.

Email Issues Within Brookdale

November 10, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By Tom Martino
During the Governance meeting on Oct. 18, several different charges were brought up to the faculty and student body that attended.
One particular charge that the student development committee discussed was a review of student and faculty email usage.
This charge is to evaluate and recommend changes to Brookdale policy 2.9000, which covers college Computer Resources, Network & Facilities use, which states that “the College will not censor or limit access to any information that does not violate federal, state, or local laws.

A Solution To The Parking Problem

November 10, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By Matthew I. Schwartz
Disclaimer: The following is meant to make you laugh and entertain you. It is not serious, and please do not try any of this, or take any of the below mentioned advice.
Parking seems to be a pretty big issue these days, with there apparently not being enough parking spaces and all.
This makes sense as there are more students.
More students means more parking.
More parking means more parking spaces need to be made.
But I’ve been thinking about this, and I’ve come up with a solution.

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