Volume 4, Number 8 - January 21, 2014

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Miami Dade College Welcomes Group Of Cuban Students For the First Time in Five Decades

Miami Dade College Welcomes Group Of Cuban Students For the First Time in Five Decades

Fifteen students from Cuba arrived in Miami on January 13 to study abroad at Miami Dade College. The visit marks the first collective academic visit from Cuba in 55 years. The students will be spending a semester in South Florida.


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    Jamming: Tony Livadas, guitarist for Brass Knuckles, performs with his group on the main stage during the Life in Color Festival at Sun Life Stadium on Dec. 27.  GREGORY CASTILLO/THE REPORTER

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    No Call : Heat guard Dwyane Wade stares after a no-call during the second quarter of a game between versus the Golden State Warriors. Wade had 22. GREGORY CASTILLO/THE REPORTER

  • wheel Big Wheel: A large Ferris wheel served as an attraction for a crowd of more than 25,000 concert-goers at Sun Life Stadium on Dec. 27. According to announcers, the event is the largest Life In Color Festival to date. GREGORY CASTILLO/THE REPORTER
  • bunny Bunny Hop: A performer in a bunny suit pumps up the crowd at the main stage during the Brass Knuckles performance at the Life In Color Festival held at Sun Life Stadium on Dec. 27. GREGORY CASTILLO/THE REPORTER
  • Heat In Your Face: Miami Heat forward LeBron James dunks  against Warriors' forward Andre Iguadala during the first quarter of a basketball game between the Miami Heat and the Golden State Warriors at the American Airlines Arena on Jan. 2. The Warriors won the game, 123-114. James finished with 26 points. GREGORY CASTILLO/THE REPORTER

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