Volume 4, Number 5 - November 12, 2013

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Kendall Campus Instructor Writes Dance History Book

Kendall Campus Instructor Writes Dance History Book

Michelle Grant-Murray, a dance instructor at Kendall Campus, released the book Dance History: Beyond the Surface in August. She is using the textbook to teach her students this semester.


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    Passing Fancy :  Miami Heat small forward, LeBron James, passes the ball during the fourth quarter of a games versus the Washington Wizards at American Airlines Arena on Nov. 3. The Heat won the game 103 to 93. James had 25 points and assists in the game. 
    GREGORY CASTILLO/THE REPORTER

  • Guitar

    Solo Soul Man: Tom Lippincott, who teaches jazz guitar at Miami Dade College,  performs a guitar solo during the Jazz Under The Stars concert at the Fred Shaw Plaza on Nov. 1, 2013.Performers including Matthew Bonelli, and Wendy Pedersen graced the stage during the event.  IRMA GUTIERREZ/THE REPORTER

  • Player Trumping All Others : Jim Seeley, a member of the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra performs a trumpet solo. IRMA GUTIERREZ/THE REPORTER
  • teacher Textbook Steps: Kendall Campus dance instructor, Michelle Grant-Murray published her first book  Dance History: Beyond the Surface in August. She is using the textbook in her classes this semester.  DONNALYN ANTHONY/THE REPORTER
  • red Serenaded: Mariachi México Internacional treated North Campus students to a live concert in the 7000 building breezeway on Oct. 31 as part of the campuses' Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations.  GERRY LAURORE/THE REPORTER

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