Wolfson Campus student Katherine Magnoli, who recently wrote wrote her first book, The Adventures of KatGirl, was featured at last month’s Miami Book Fair International in downtown Miami.
- Building: Construction of new Academic Support Center and School of Business at Miami Dade College, Kendall Campus on Nov. 5.—JAIME LANDAUER / THE REPORTER
- Speaker Series: Adam Kuperstein visits MDC's Kendall campus to speak about journalism and reporting on Nov. 23.—IVO RONDINONI / THE REPORTER
- Mobile Munchies: A multitude of food trucks made the pilgrimage to Wynwood to feed the many spectators walking the streets for Art Basel. Because of the large presence, vendors had to result to unorthodox ways to attract customers, such as a stripper pole topped ice-cream truck and a DJ booth mounted to a juice truck.—AKEEM BRUNSON / THE REPORTER
- Donation: United Way sale for college donation was provided by a local buisness with help from Kendall campus student life.—AKEEM BRUNSON /THE REPORTER
- Building: Construction of new Academic Support Center and School of Business at Miami Dade College, Kendall Campus on Nov. 5.—JAIME LANDAUER /THE REPORTER
36-year-old Miami Dade College student Anthony Blackman overcame a drug addiction after attending the Miami Rescue Mission Health Clinic in Downtown Miami.
Despite a season-ending shoulder injury, Lady Sharks center Lianne Miller has continued to provide moral support for her teammates. Miller, who hopes to continue her college career after rehabbing her injury, is expected to represent England at the 2012 Olympics.
Three Vehicles Stolen At North Campus
Holiday Fun Guide
- Hialeah Campus Hires New Student Life Director
- MDC Awarded $2.9 Million Grant
- MDC Presents Art Basel Exhibit
- Mexico Security Crisis Panel
- Professor Exhibited Overseas
- Project Hope Benefit Concert for Former Educator
- School of Nursing Receives Initial Accreditation
- The Greener World Initiative
- Theater Department Presents Play: Reasons to be Pretty
- Three Students Selected for International Conference
- Two Reporter Staffers Invited to New York Times Student Journalism Institute
- VITA Centers to Visit MDC
- Women Moving Forward Donation Drive