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Tuesday, July 17

Brookdale Newsroom


Brookdale Women’s Soccer Advance to National Tournament

After blowing through all of its Region XIX opponents, going undefeated (11-0), and out-scoring them 71 goals to 5 goals, the competition is about to take a dramatic tick upward for the Brookdale women’s soccer team.

Two Spring Fix Volunteers Continue The Path To Rebuild

One year ago, Hurricane Sandy destroyed homes and families all across the Eastern Seaboard. In March, 50 college students from across the country volunteered their time during spring break to help rebuild. Two of our volunteers, Kevin Moedt and Jenna Johnston, are continuing their work with United Way as team leaders. We caught up with them in Union Beach, NJ.


At the Count Basie Theatre — where a “ghost light” is kept burning for passing Lantern Tours and house phantoms — the newly minted tradition of “Harley-ween” is kickstarted with the theater-scale area debut of America’s Favorite Mystifier, illusionist Mike Super.

10.28 – Film and discussion: INVISIBLE CHILDREN

The Center for Holocaust, Human Rights and Genocide Education at Brookdale Community College hosts a screening of the 2006 documentary feature on the Lord’s Resistance Army and its history of human rights violations in Uganda — including murder, abduction, child sex slavery and forcing children to become child soldiers.

College Roundup: SUNY Broome tennis fifth at nationals

The SUNY Broome women’s tennis team finished fifth out of nine teams at the NJCAA Division III national tournament at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Friday, with two singles players and a doubles team winning their final matches of consolation play on Friday.

Brophy claims NJCAA singles title

Greenwich’s Jenna Brophy is a national champion. Brophy, a sophomore at Hudson Valley Community College, defeated Brookdale’s Grace Wills, 7-5, 3-6, 6-4, on Friday to win the No. 1 singles flight at the NJCAA Division III National Women’s Tennis Championships at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

Halloween events at the Jersey Shore

HAUNTED THEATER: “A HAUNTED HOUSE”: 7-10:30 p.m. Oct. 25-27; Brookdale Community College, 765 Newman Springs Road, Middletown; Come at Your Own Risk Tours; $10 adult, $8 ages 62 and over, and BCC faculty and staff, $ 5 BCC students with valid ID (limit 2); 732-224-2411; www.brookdalehauntedtheater.com.


The real-life horrors of Hurricane Sandy’s dark and drear aftermath forced even the ghouls and goblins to take a back seat last year — but undead and undaunted, they rise again for another seasonal go, as Brookdale Haunted Theater takes over the Performing Arts Center for two big weekends, in a presentation created and performed by past and present members of the school’s Theater Club program.

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