Volume 2, Number 3 - September 21, 2011

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Money Reported Missing From North Campus Phi Theta Kappa

Money Reported Missing From North Campus Phi Theta Kappa

Funds were reported missing from North Campus’ Phi Theta Kappa, Mu Epsilon Chapter on Sept. 6 after money was left unattended.


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  • miff Book Fair: Created by Ye Hongxing, the official poster for the Miami International Book Fair was unveiled Monday, September 12 at the City Hall Restaurant.—AKEEM BRUNSON / THE REPORTER
  • hula LUAU: North Campus organization members take part in this year's Club Rush theme: Hawaii, on Sept. 7. Students were able to visit different club booths, where they were able to get information from each organization. There were free snacks and entertainment.—MARCIA ROSENBLAT / THE REPORTER
  • 911 ceremony REFLECTING: A guest reflects on September 11 while the two steel artifacts from the World Trade Centers are unveiled at the North Campus on Sept. 9.—ALAIN BICHOTTE / THE REPORTER
  • crash Twisted Metal: According to a Miami-Dade Police Department report, a 1995 Ford Mustang crashed into a bus stop on the intersection of East Road and Kennedy at North Campus. The vehicle attempted to make a left turn from the outermost lane, clipping a 2006 Jeep Commander before careening out of control. No injuries were reported.—MARK PULASKI / THE REPORTER
  • mexico Viva Mexico: Dancers or “Danzantes Aztecas,” perform a traditional ritual dance done as a tribute to the gods in Mexico during the 200+1 Mexican Independence commemoration event at the Kendall Campus on September 15.—GREGORY CASTILLO / THE REPORTER

Reporters

  • Melissa Adan
  • Igor Argibay
  • Paola Asencio
  • Ariadna Bu
  • Stteffanny Cott
  • Elias Cruz
  • Alexandra Dalpe
  • Brittany Esquijarosa
  • Annaliese Garcia
  • Morena Guerrero
  • Brandon Lopez
  • Monique Madan
  • Jessica Medina
  • Maria Moscoso
  • Richard Pizarro
  • Roberto Portal
  • Christian Portilla
  • Luis Prieto
  • Mark Pulaski
  • Gabriela Reyes
  • Kirsten Rincon
  • Rafael Tur
  • Tacara Turner
  • Paul Vila

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Vending Machines Causing Some Headaches On Campus

Vending Machines Causing Some Headaches On Campus

Students and staff looking for a quick snack at Miami Dade College have on occasion encountered some issues. The College disburses about 300 refund vouchers a week, according to the vending machine company.

Voices: September 11

Voices: September 11

Miami Dade College held remembrance ceremonies for Sept. 11’s tenth anniversary at all eight campuses on Sept. 8 and 9. North Campus unveiled two World Trade Center steel artifacts that will remain as memorials in the building 4 rotunda and the School of Fire Science. Below are accounts of some people that have a connection with September 11.

Medical Student Goes From Doctor to Nurse

Medical Student Goes From Doctor to Nurse

Andres Quevedo, a student at Medical Campus, trains to be a nurse after being a doctor in Venezuela.

Medical Campus Illuminated

Medical Campus Illuminated

Miami Dade College’s Medical Campus is adorned with a light sculpture created by local artist Jim Morrison.



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