Wednesday, May 27

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Student Voices: Join in the Brookdale Read

Brookdale and the Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education (Chhange) are taking the topics of racism and discrimination head on in this year’s Brookdale READ. The Brookdale READ encourages students and employees to read the same book at the same time and participate in a series of group discussions, guest lectures and other […]

Student Voices: My Life on the Stage

Change is difficult for everyone. Let’s start there. A few years ago I was going through a lot of change: friend groups were changing, my love life was evolving, I was finding out who I was as a person, and I was doing my best to adjust to everything life threw at me. And like any artist, […]

Student Voices: No Assigned Seats in College

Remember in high school, when the teacher was about to assign seats, how you were always silently praying that you’d get seated next to your best friend, or maybe your crush? Remember how tedious it seemed to go to school and sit in the same seat, in the same classes, following the same order of […]

Student Voices: Does Healthy Eating Help in the Classroom?

If someone would have told me last semester I would be passing my classes with flying colors while working three jobs, I would have said, “Yes my friend, I also believe in unicorns.” I would have laughed out loud that my mind and body could handle such stress while maintaining pure sanity. It’s not that […]

Student Voices: View From Behind the Counter

As odd as it sounds, coffee kind of opened my eyes to how connected we all are here at Brookdale. For about a year now, I’ve manned the counter at the Paddock Convenience Store on the Lincroft campus. You’ve probably seen me there; maybe even ordered one of my famous caramel macchiatos. A lot has […]