Top Story: Rolling Out the Red Carpet - Film stars and movie fans are flocking to Miami for the 32nd edition of MDC’s world-class Miami International Film Festival.
Top Story: A Literary Fest of Epic Proportions - The 2014 Miami Book Fair International is bigger and better than ever.
Top Story: MDC Drives Region’s Economy - Miami Dade College boosts the financial outlook throughout South Florida, a recent study shows.
Top Story: High-Profile Speakers Inspire Grads - Vice President Joe Biden was among distinguished commencement speakers imparting wisdom to 2014’s class of nearly 15,000 graduates.
Top Story: Marvelous World of MIFF - Miami International Film Festival offers an award-winning lineup of stellar films and documentaries.
Top Story: Land of Literary Giants - Miami Book Fair International celebrates its 30th anniversary in grand style.
Top Story: 2 Million Strong - Miami Dade College admissions reach a major milestone.
Top Story: Class of 2013: Stay Driven, Achieve Your Dreams - Successful alumni returned to MDC to share their wisdom with more than 13,000 graduates at this year’s Commencement ceremonies.
Top Story: The Marvels of MIFF - MDC’s Miami International Film Festival offers a stellar lineup for its 30th anniversary.
Top Story: Literary Mecca Arises Again at MDC - Thousands prepare to descend on Wolfson Campus for the world-renowned Miami Book Fair International.
Top Story: MDC at Epicenter of Election Activity - Each and every election cycle, “Democracy’s College” is a must-stop site for everyone on the campaign trail.
Top Story: Class of 2012: Follow Your Passion, Change the World - Commencement speakers laud the selfless service of MDC graduates.
Top Story: MDC Commencement Attracts Top Speakers - A buzz of excitement is in the air at Miami Dade College as its biggest celebration for the year draws near.
Top Story: MDC at Center of Presidential Race - Republican candidates refine their platforms during a forum held at Miami Dade College.
Top Story: Nation Reaches Consensus - U.S. presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama praise MDC as the model for the future of higher education in the United States.
Top Story: Green Oasis Rises in Miami - Downtown Miami’s concrete jungle just got greener, thanks to Miami Culinary Institute’s tasty new addition to the urban landscape: a state-of-the-art edible organic garden.
Top Story: Obama Addresses Class of 2011 - President urges MDC graduates to share success and opportunity with those around them.
Top Story: Obama to Address MDC Graduates - More than 3,000 Miami Dade College (MDC) graduates will hear from the 44th President of the United States of America on April 29 at the James L. Knight International Center in downtown Miami when President Barack Obama delivers the commencement address for the spring graduation ceremony of the North Campus. The Commander-in-Chief’s participation in an MDC commencement ceremony continues the College’s longstanding tradition of hosting world leaders, renowned speakers and top thinkers at graduation, including former U.S. Presidents George W. Bush in 2007 and Bill Clinton in 2010.
Top Story: International Film Festival a Feast for Movie Lovers - Offering more than 100 films from 40 countries, the 28th edition of the Miami International Film Festival, presented by Miami Dade College, will paint the town red.
Top Story: Stars Align for Outstanding Fair - Hundreds of thousands of book lovers will fill downtown Miami streets during MDC’s 27th Miami Book Fair International, featuring more than 350 authors and more than 200 exhibitors.
Top Story: MDC aces exam in alumni survey - Most alumni would choose MDC again if they were to start over, according to a recent national survey conducted by the American Council on Education (ACE). MDC beat national results in many categories, from the fulfilling academic experiences alumni had to campus offerings and cost.
Top Story: Graduating into "the future business" - While addressing MDC’s class of 2010, former President William Jefferson Clinton spoke about his first time visiting Miami Dade College. “The school was only 32 years old, and I came back again as President because I thought that this institution, as much as any college in America, symbolized our future,” said Clinton.
Top Story: MDC Inaugurates Confucius Institute - Confucius, the greatest philosopher and educator of ancient China, emphasized the importance of education and study. In his name, Confucius institutes, non-profit public institutions, have been established around the world to promote knowledge of the Mandarin language and culture, particularly in the context of understanding modern China today.
Top Story: Stars of international cinema glitter at 27th Film Festival - Miami Dade College will once again produce and present the Miami International Film Festival (MIFF), one of the U.S.'s premier cinematic events. The 2010 Festival will run March 5 -14.
Top Story: A commitment to education - First Lady Michelle Obama praised Florida educators and students for their commitment to service-learning and engaged scholarship.
Top Story: New clinic provides primary care for Miami’s most vulnerable - A new clinic operated by Medical Center Campus and the Miami Rescue Mission provides a safe place for 1,400 people to get primary clinical care.
Top Story: MDC is the lead education partner in Energy Smart Miami initiative - Continuing a nearly 50-year tradition of meeting workforce needs, the College joined with the city of Miami and its partners to launch a multimillion dollar energy initiative that will tap into federal economic stimulus funds to spur investment in "smart grid" technology and renewable energy sources over the next two years.
Top Story: '09 class to get world-class send-off - On May 2, Miami Dade College will offer heartfelt congratulations and bid adieu to the class of 2009 at six commencement ceremonies throughout Miami-Dade County. MDC will graduate more than 9,000 students.
Top Story: U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan: MDC is the 'best of the best' - On his first official visit to a college or university since taking office, Duncan, who was accompanied by Dr. Jill Biden, the vice president's wife, praised MDC for the role it plays in giving hundreds of thousands of students an opportunity to advance through education.
Top Story: History on Film - Thanks to the continued stewardship of community philanthropist and activist Lynn Wolfson, an invaluable film and video collection is being entrusted to MDC.
Top Story: Film Festival breaks borders and enters new frontiers in 2009 - For 11 days beginning March 6, Miami International Film Festival (MIFF), a Miami Dade College cultural experience, will celebrate the arts through film.
Top Story: Literary stars gather for MBFI's 25th - Gore Vidal (above), Peter Matthiessen, Mia Kirschner and Junot Diaz were among the hundreds of top-notch authors and celebrities who journeyed to Miami to celebrate 25 years of the nation’s most esteemed literary gathering.
Top Story: Miami-Dade voters show their support for Miami Dade College - Miami Dade College students were the key voices in the Amendment 8 informational campaign.
Top Story: Mitchell Wolfson Sr. Foundation makes $11M donation to MDC - The Wolfson Foundation donation will support the School of Nursing by increasing the number of nurses who are trained at the College and placed into the local workforce.
Top Story: 2008 Miami Book Fair International - Now in its 25th year, Miami Book Fair International continues to demonstrate why it has been a success since its inception.
Top Story: McCain, Obama No Strangers to MDC - Presidential hopefuls have both visited Miami Dade College, speaking about issues central to the 2008 campaign.
Top Story: Pelosi: You are the American dream. - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi delivered the keynote address to 1,100 North Campus graduates. Collegewide, MDC held seven commencement ceremonies for nearly 9,000 students earning associate and bachelor’s degrees.
Top Story: Class of '08 Gets a World-Class Send-Off From Global Leaders - The first female speaker of the House of Representatives, a popular Central American president and a cabinet member in the Bush Administration top the list of speakers set to bid adieu to the 2008 graduating class of Miami Dade College.
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