Volume 3, Number 2 - September 11, 2012

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Serrapio Calls Facebook Obama Threat ‘Funny’

Serrapio Calls Facebook Obama Threat ‘Funny’

In an interview with The Reporter and a guest column, Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr., expressed conflicting sentiments about the ordeal that led to his felony conviction for threatening President Barack Obama.


Gallery

  • The Lady Sharks playing against Broward College in volleyball Savior:  Lady Sharks sophomore outside hitter Vanesa Osorio dives on the floor to keep the ball in play as teammate Katie Hogan (10) looks to hit the ball back over the net.  — IRMA GUTIERREZ / THE REPORTER.
  • North Campus Ballet Dance With Me: Two dancers who participated in the International Young Medalist Performance, part of the International Ballet Festival of Miami, glide gracefully on the stage of the Lehman Theater at North Campus on Sept. 7. — DONNALYN ANTHONY  / THE REPORTER
  • Ballet at North Campus Graceful: Two ballet performancers dance on stage of the Lehman Theater at North Campus on Sept. 7. — DONNALYN ANTHONY / THE REPORTER
  • Ballet performers get ready in the dressing room Preparing For The Moment: A ballet performer gets ready to take the stage at North Campus' Lehman Theater on Sept. 7. — DONNALYN ANTHONY / THE REPORTER 
  • New Wolfson building Building The Future: The new Student Support Center at Wolfson Campus features a new Wellness Center, Wolfson Archives, state of the art classrooms and soon to be completed food court. — ALYSSA ALVAREZ / THE REPORTER
  • Film conversion room at Wolfson Campus

    Conversion Story:  Converting film to digital files is an on-going process for the techs of the Wolfson Archives. — ALYSSA ALVAREZ / THE REPORTER

  • Students use the new gym at the Wolfson Building

    Pusing Weight:  Students are already filling up the gym and taking advantage of all of the new equipment in the new Wellness Center.. — ALYSSA ALVAREZ / THE REPORTER

  • Students looking at pictures from Hurricanes Andrew

    Gazing Into The Past: Barry Fellman's photo series of the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew brought to mind family horror stories for Homestead students Stephanie Rodriguez and Hector Hernandez. — ALYSSA ALVAREZ / THE REPORTER

Reporters

  • Quinn Allen
  • Karla Barrios
  • Joshua Beggs
  • Gregory Castillo
  • Karina Castrillo
  • Annette Dominguez
  • Brittany Esquijarosa
  • Richard Gomez
  • Maria Moscoso
  • Jonathan Muñoz
  • Odris Padron
  • Jonathan Perez
  • Christopher Quintana
  • Nicholas Regueiro
  • Staff Reports
  • Kai Sacco
  • Joaquin Serrapio
  • Patricia Suiter
  • Yessy Vargas
  • Stalin Vasquez
  • Paul Vila

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HIGHLIGHTS

Beware Of What You Post On Social Media

Beware Of What You Post On Social Media

Miami Dade College student sentenced to three years probation for threatening President Barack Obama on Facebook warns others to post responsibly on social media websites.

Deferred Action  Application Workshops Now Available At MDC

Deferred Action Application Workshops Now Available At MDC

Undocumented Immigrants can receive help filling out the deferred action application at Miami Dade College. Clinics have been set up at the North, Kendall and Wolfson Campuses.

Kendall Campus SGA President Resigns

Kendall Campus SGA President Resigns

Daniel Miguel resigns as Kendall Campus SGA president and cites no reason for leaving. Catalina Cisternas to replace Miguel as president.

Fall Flick Picks

Fall Flick Picks

Some key movies to look out for during fall movie season, which starts on Sept. 4 and ends on Nov. 22.

Dominating The Guys And Gals

Dominating The Guys And Gals

Freshman forward/center Monique Howard held her own playing right tackle for her high school football team back in Detroit.



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