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Learn about science at Brookdale’s Chemistry Carnival Nov. 6

As a professor of chemistry at Brookdale Community College, I’d like to reach out to readers about one of our favorite community services — our upcoming annual Chemistry Carnival held on Sunday, Nov. 6, from 12-2 p.m. in the Navesink rooms of the Warner Student Life Center.

Brookdale to present award-winning author Nov. 17

Julie Otsuka, author of the award-winning 2002 novel, “When the Emperor Was Divine,” will hold an interactive presentation 7 p.m. on Nov. 17 at Brookdale Community College, 765 Newman Springs Rd.

Seabrook to display “100 Days of Silence” installation

On November 15, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Seabrook Retirement Community will exhibit the “100 Days of Silence” Art Installation, a collaborative project in which middle school, high school and college students, educators, and community members created artistic responses using life-size forms as canvases, to make a powerful statement about genocide and human rights.

A History of Halloween

Halloween traditions started long before folks could buy any of these frightening characters or bags of candy.


On Sunday, November 6, Brookdale Community College will hold its annual Fall Open House inside the Collins Arena on the Lincroft campus.

Neptune students speak out against fighting videos

The school fighting internet videos involving Neptune High School students that gained national attention last week are a dark, but small aspect of school life, according to students who say the videos are not an accurate representation of their peers.

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