Volume 4, Number 6 - November 26, 2013

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North Campus Gets New Chief Of Public Safety

North Campus Gets New Chief Of Public Safety

James Dobson, a 16 year law enforcement veteran, started as the new chief of Public Safety on Nov. 12.


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    Kung Fu Fighting: China's National Martial Arts Champion, Rose Wang, teaches a young street fair goer some Kung Fu moves during an interactive presentation dubbed "Healthy Bodies, Happy Kids" at the MBFI.   IRMA GUTIERREZ/THE REPORTER

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    Facial Expression: A face painter carefully decorates the face of a W.J. Bryan Elementary School student in the Children's Alley area of the Miami Book Fair International . IRMA GUTIERREZ/THE REPORTER

  • Wolfson1 Smooth Sounds:Saxophonist, Jeff Peel of the group the Verve Ensemble, performs during a Jazz at Wolfson Presents event on Nov. 12. The series presented by the Arts and Philosophy Department at Wolfson Campus features free live performances on a monthly basis from September through April.  ZENAIDA DUARTE/THE REPORTER
  • Helen Crime and Punishment: Sister Helen Prejean holds up her book, Dead Man Walking, a New York Times Best Seller, during a lecture entitled, "Crime and Punishment: Decoding the Victim-Perpetrator Cycle," at North Campus Nov. 14.   MARK PULASKI/THE REPORTER
  • Morales Blowing Them Away: Award-winning NBC 6 Chief Meteorologist, John Morales, spoke to students at North Campus on Nov. 12 during a presentation titled "Overblown Hurricane Coverage." Morales, a two-time Emmy Award winner, has also worked at Telemundo 51 and Univision 23 during his career.  EDGARD LOBO/THE REPORTER

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