Volume 4, Number 5 - November 12, 2013

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Arcade Fire Sets Little Haiti On Fire

Indie rock back Arcade Fire was recently in Miami doing two secret shows in promotion for their upcoming album Reflektors.

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Confucius Institute Cup Honors Three MDC Students

Three students taking classes at the Miami Dade College Confucius Institute received high honors at the Confucius Institute Cup, an international composition competition for Chinese language learners.

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Finding Normalcy In The Reflection Of Arcade Fire’s New Album

Reflektors, the new double album by Canadian indie rock band, is an album that manages to have the listenability of a pop album while maintaining an intellectual, thought-provoking message.


Indie Game Release Hits The Jackpot

The Wolf Among Us by Telltale Games is a re-imagining of some classic fairy tale fables in stylistic video-game form.

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MDC Museum of Art + Design to Organize Antonia Eiriz: A Painter and Her Audience

Miami Dade College's Museum of Art + Design is presenting the works of Antonia Eiriz in an exhibition titled "A Painter and Her Audience."

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The Burger That Smashes All the Others

Smash Burger, only a few minutes from the Kendall Campus, is a great place for students to grab a quick, handheld bite to eat.

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