Volume 1, Number 10 - March 14, 2011

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Men’s Basketball Coach No Longer With College

Men’s Basketball Coach No Longer With College

Matthew Eisele, 29, is no longer spearheading the men’s basketball team at Miami Dade College. It is still unclear as to why he is no longer with the institution.


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  • Picture of baseball player

    Breaking Bad: Alexander San Juan slides home during the 2nd inning of the Shark’s Southern Conference Opener on March 8. The Sharks went on to win 6-0 against Broward College. GREGORY CASTILLO / THE REPORTER

  • Picture of Cuban Band

    Feeling The Beat: Following the theme of Chico & Rita, a live Cuban orchestra infused Cuban culture and rhythm into the opening-night gala. JESSICA MEDINA/ THE REPORTER

  • Picture of fist pitch at baseball game

    Fever Pitch: Kendall Campus Dean of Students Veronica Owles throws the first pitch at the Men’s Baseball Southern Conference season opener on March 8. The Sharks went on to win 6-0 against Broward College. GREGORY CASTILLO / THE REPORTER

  • Picture of Green Fair

    Going Green: Students gather to learn the benefits of table-top gardening at a demonstration on March 9. The display was part of Kendall Green Fair, an event held to increase awareness of environmental issues such as recycling, clean energy and wildlife preservation. GREGORY CASTILLO / THE REPORTER

  • Picture of Tracy Mourning

    Honored: Tracy Mourning, wife of former NBA All-Star Alonzo Mourning, speaks to a crowd as at Kendall Campus on March 2. Tracy, along with other important women from South Florida, were honored for their efforts in the community during Women’s History Month. GREGORY CASTILLO / THE REPORTER

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HIGHLIGHTS

Professor Suffers Stroke, Yet Hopeful

Professor Suffers Stroke, Yet Hopeful

Preston Allen, North Campus professor, suffered a stroke on Feb. 20. He is still in the hospital and will not return to the College for the remainder of the semester.

Sometimes, Things Really Do Fall Apart

Sometimes, Things Really Do Fall Apart

Rapper/actor 50 Cent co-wrote, starred in, and paid for this world-premiere drama.

Women’s Softball In A Tug Of War With MDC Over New Facilities

Women’s Softball In A Tug Of War With MDC Over New Facilities

The Lady Sharks softball team is disputing the lack of new facilities that was promised to them in 2006 from the Miami Dade College administration.

The Real Housewives Of The Bourgeoisie

The Real Housewives Of The Bourgeoisie

Desperate for attention, millionaire housewives of Miami finally find their 15 minutes of fame on the Bravo Network.



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