Volume 2, Number 6 - NOV. 8, 2011

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Assistant Public Safety Chief  Terminated

Assistant Public Safety Chief Terminated

Former West Campus Assistant Public Safety Chief Hector Pujadas was fired for allegedly taking books from West Campus’ lost and found facility and selling them to the campus bookstore.


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  • latin Latin Jam: Latin percussionist Richard Bravo took students on a rhythmic excursion that showed the musical origins and evolution of Latin percussion on Oct. 19 at MDC North campus. The event part of an array of events for  Hispanic Heritage Month.  JORGE ARENAS / THE REPORTER
  • boogie 70’s Flashback: Oct. 21, Kendall campus held a 70’s themed United Way fundraiser party. Last year MDC students, faculty and staff raised more than $123,000 for the United Way.SKYLER JOHNSON / THE REPORTER
  • manolo Speaker Series: Former MDC student and current Metro Editor for the Miami Herald Jay Ducassi, lectured students about the field of Journalism followed by a Q&A session, in the Journalism Speaker Series Event held this past Oct. 26. Pictured is Manolo Barco, media adviser for The Reporter. AKEEM BRUNSON / THE REPORTER
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    Latin Jam: Latin percussionist Tony Gundin took students on a rhythmic excursion that showed the musical origins and evolution of Latin percussion on Oct. 19 at MDC North campus. The event is part of an array of events held as part of Hispanic Heritage Month. JORGE ARENAS / THE REPORTER

  • occupy Remember, Remember: Many members of the Occupy Miami protests donned masks representing freedom fighter Guy Fawkes, made famous by the 2006 film V for Vendetta. MARK PULASKI / THE REPORTER

Reporters

  • Melissa Adan
  • Igor Argibay
  • Maria Barrios
  • Stteffanny Cott
  • Alexandra Dalpe
  • Annette Dominguez
  • Elisa Duran
  • Brittany Esquijarosa
  • Annaliese Garcia
  • Morena Guerrero
  • Sherly Larochelle
  • Brandon Lopez
  • Monique Madan
  • Jessica Medina
  • Shannen Mirarchi
  • Maria Moscoso
  • Roberto Portal
  • Christian Portilla
  • Luis Prieto
  • Mark Pulaski
  • Gabriela Reyes
  • Kirsten Rincon
  • Rafael Tur
  • Paul Vila
  • Amy Zuckerman

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HIGHLIGHTS

Tuyo Is Now Yours

Tuyo Is Now Yours

The Miami Culinary Institute opened its state-of-the-art restaurant to the public on Oct. 28.

MIAMI: OCCUPIED

MIAMI: OCCUPIED

What started on Sept. 17 on Wall Street in New York City has now spread to a global movement advocating social, political and financial reform.

Softball Coach Dismissed

Softball Coach Dismissed

Miami Dade College Head Softball Coach Carlos Caro was dismissed on Oct. 25. Caro lead the Lady Sharks to a National Championship in 2010. He said he was not given a reason for his dismissal.

Quit Smoking Now Program Offered at Kendall

Quit Smoking Now Program Offered at Kendall

Following the College’s smoking ban, tobacco cessation classes are being held at Kendall Campus for students and faculty interested in quitting smoking.



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