Volume 4, Number 1 - August 26, 2013

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Germán Muñoz Loses Battle To Lou Gehrig’s Disease

Germán Muñoz Loses Battle To Lou Gehrig’s Disease

Germán Muñoz, the former chairperson of the social sciences department and professor at the Wolfson Campus, lost his seven-year battle with Lou Gehrig’s disease; he was 63-years-old.


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  • artsy Supercon Mania: Painting a neon-colored story, party goers sync their LED discs to the booming drum and bass sounds of rave music on July 5th at Florida Supercon. The four-day convention attracted more than 25,000 fans of comic books, video games, anime, animation, fantasy, and Sci-Fi for events and celebrations at the Miami Airport Convention Center. IRMA GUTIERREZ / THE REPORTER
  • green hair Not In A Joking Mood: A Florida Supercon attendee poses for the camera as he does his best Joker impersonation. Armed with vibrant  green hair, and the trademark Joker smile, this gun-toting villain clearly didn’t think this was a laughing matter.  IRMA GUTIERREZ/THE REPORTER
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    Supercon Supergirls: The winners of the Supergirls of Supercon Costume contest, heroines and villains alike, stand proudly on the stage after seizing their corresponding prizes on July 4th. The contest was the first of five different major costume play contests spread throughout the weekend at Florida Supercon.  IRMA GUTIERREZ/THE REPORTER

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    Dance Off: Two women dance to their heart's content at a dance rave, part of a four-day action-packed weekend at Florida Supercon.  IRMA GUTIERREZ/THE REPORTER

  • bicycles Calle Ancho: Thousands of bicyclists and skateboarders, including many MDC students, raced down Calle Ocho after work on July 26 to promote cycling and take back the streets during a Critical Mass event.  PHOTO COURTESY OF THEO KARANTSALIS

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