Volume 3, Number 7 - December 4, 2012

Find us on Facebook

TOP STORY

Hundreds Of Thousands Attend MBFI in Downtown

Hundreds Of Thousands Attend MBFI in Downtown

From Nov. 11 through Nov. 18 the Miami Book Fair International brought more than 460 authors, 200 exhibitors and 200,000 people to celebrate it’s 29th anniversary.


Gallery

  • A man playing jinga with a boy at the book fair Child's Play: Amauri Gonzalez shares a moment with his grandfather, Rolando, using wooden instruments as building blocks in the Rhythm Factory tent located in the Children's Alley at the Miami Book Fair International.  — DONNALYN ANTHONY / THE REPORTER
  • Composer at Miami Dade College Classical Direction: Susan DeGooyer conducts the Miami Dade College Woodwind Ensemble during the "Chamber Music Concert" at Kendall Campus on Nov. 14. Six groups playing a range of instruments played different pieces spaning from the baroque era to modern pieces composed by students. —GREGORY CASTILLO / THE REPORTER
  • Molly Ringwald at the Book Fair Pretty In Pink: Pretty in Pink: Actress and Author Molly Ringwald read passages of her new book 'When It Happens to You' to a crowd at the Book Fair International on Nov. 18. — GREGORY CASTILLO / THE REPORTER
  • Book fair performance Drumming It Up: Performance group, Nimbaya filled the air with african rhythms that made everyone around the World Stage dance along at the Miami Book Fair International. —ALYSSA ALVAREZ / THE REPORTER
  • Men's basketball player dunking Thunder Dan: Sharks forward Daniel Herrera dunks, in overtime, against a defender from Daytona State College on Nov 21. Herrera lead a furious comeback, including a 3-pointer with 6 seconds left to send the game to overtime. — GREGORY CASTILLO / THE REPORTER
  • Child playing at the Miami Book Fair International Nothing But Net:  A multitude of games and activities were provided for kids at the Children's Alley, including the bean bag toss.  —GREGORY CASTILLO / THE REPORTER
  • Miami Dade College softball  Making Contact: Freshman outfielder Karina Hernandez concentrates at the plate in a tournament that took place on Nov. 10 at the Kendall Campus softball field.  —IRMA GUTIERREZ  / THE REPORTER

Reporters

  • Quinn Allen
  • Kevin Artiga
  • Karla Barrios
  • Karina Castrillo
  • Frank Coto
  • Diana Cricien
  • Leidy Cuartas
  • Mary DiBernardo
  • Jonathan Muñoz
  • Odris Padron
  • Henry Pasos-Capodiferrro
  • Jonathan Perez
  • Mark Pulaski
  • Amanda Rodriguez
  • Kristopher Stoltz
  • Adrian Suarez
  • Patricia Suiter
  • Iliana Torres
  • Rafael Tur
  • Axel Turcios
  • Nicolas Vivas

Our Sponsors

HIGHLIGHTS

West Campus Open For Spring Semester

West Campus Open For Spring Semester

Students, faculty and staff will return to the Doral campus on Jan. 8 for the Spring semester.

Sharks Point Guard Matthew Brabham Leaves Team After Suspension

Sharks Point Guard Matthew Brabham Leaves Team After Suspension

The starting guard for the men’s basketball team has decided to leave the Sharks and return home after he was suspended due to conduct detrimental to the team.

Six Lady Sharks, Coach Earn Top Honors

Six Lady Sharks, Coach Earn Top Honors

Wendy Romero was named Conference Player of the Year while Latrice Johnson, Marti Poole and Isis Silverio made the All-Southern Conference First-Team. Katie Hogan and Adrianna Valiente were named to the All-Southern Conference Second-Team and head coach Origenes Benoit earned the Southern Conference Coach of the Year.

Part-Time Professor, Full-Time Funnyman

Part-Time Professor, Full-Time Funnyman

Adjunct professor John Huynh spends his time out of school as a stand-up comedian, and has recently launched a web series entitled Labor Days.

Florida Non-science Majors Could See A Rise In Their Tuition

Florida Non-science Majors Could See A Rise In Their Tuition

Florida Governor Rick Scott wants to end one-size-fits-all tuition and make non-science majors pay more for their degrees.



Miami Dade College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and baccalaureate degrees.
Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Miami Dade College.
Miami Dade College is an equal access/equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, marital status, age, religion, national origin,
disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, or genetic information. Contact the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs/ADA Coordinator, at 305.237.2577 for information.