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EXHIBIT USES HISTORY TO FIGHT AGAINST HATE

A new exhibit on the Brookdale Community College campus explores three of the 20th century’s worst genocides through the eyes of local survivors and their families – and also challenges visitors to think about the important lessons to remember about the Holocaust and genocide in today’s world.

Brookdale to Host Shakespeare Birthday Bash

Brookdale Community College will celebrate the 454th birthday of William Shakespeare with the eighth annual Shakespeare Read-A-Thon on Thursday, April 26 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm in Lincroft. 

Brookdale Community College Open House

High school students, career-changers and residents of all ages are invited to meet with Brookdale Community College staff, ask questions and explore more than 50 degree and career training programs offered through the college.

Houlihan’s owner agrees to $5 million fine for OT, tip violations

The owner of 17 Houlihan’s restaurants in New Jersey and New York has agreed to pay $5 million in back wages to more than 1,000 employees to settle a lawsuit charging that it violated tipping and overtime rules, the U.S. Labor Department said Monday.

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