Volume 2, Number 10 - February 06, 2012

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Gingrich and Romney Open Forum For Students

Gingrich and Romney Open Forum For Students

Two 2012 Republican presidential contenders, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich, participated in the Meet The Candidates forum held at Univision Studios and Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus.


Gallery

  • Occupy Wall Street Protest In Front Of Police Occupy: An Occupy protester tries to convice police to let them stay while holding the symbol of peace, a flower, to show that they mean no harm.—NIKOLAUS C. FINK / THE REPORTER
  • Picture of student painting Up And Coming: Yader Fonseca, an art major, mixes paint in the art room at Kendall Campus. Fonseca, 21, paints a recreation of a photograph; he adds his style to the piece.—DONNALYN ANTHONY / THE REPORTER
  • Jose Dominguez with his dog shadow A Visionary: Jose Dominguez, 39, depends on his service dog, Shadow, to guide him during his daily task. He lost his vision 12 years ago.—CHANELL QUINONES / THE REPORTER
  • Mitt Romney at Miami Dade College We've Met Em': Mitt Romney, left, and Newt Gingrich both held seperate forums prior Florida's Republican primary election. Romney held his question-and-answer session at MDC's Wolfson Campus.—DONNALYN ANTHONY / THE REPORTER

Reporters

  • Melissa Adan
  • Igor Argibay
  • Karina Castrillo
  • Annette Dominguez
  • Brittany Esquijarosa
  • Annaliese Garcia
  • Richard Gomez
  • Melissa Hunsberger
  • Lynn Joasil
  • Monique Madan
  • Shannen Mirarchi
  • Maria Moscoso
  • Jonathan Muñoz
  • Consuelo Naranjo
  • Jonathan Perez
  • Jose Prado
  • Luis Prieto
  • Mark Pulaski
  • Staff Reports
  • Sylvia Rivas
  • Kai Sacco
  • Patricia Suiter
  • Jael Teme
  • Rafael Tur
  • Paul Vila

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HIGHLIGHTS

Blind Wolfson Outreach Specialist Takes The Stage

Blind Wolfson Outreach Specialist Takes The Stage

Jose Dominguez, a part-time outreach specialist for ACCESS Services at Wolfson Campus, lost his vision 12 years ago and now continues as an actor and playwright.

MIFF Selections Announced

Miami International Film Festival Selections Announced

Miami International Film Festival Selections Announced

Perez Defects From Cuba

Perez Defects From Cuba

Miami Dade First Baseman Yogey Perez Left His Home Island To Chase His MLB Dream



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