Volume 4, Number 11 - March 4, 2014

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Brayan Takes The Train

Brayan Takes The Train

A young man’s journey for an education stretches far beyond the path he takes to get there.


  • at Ultra Ultra Packed: The crowd at Ultra Music Festival,  the world's best electronic music festival,  packed all eight stages at Bayfront Park on March 28-30, 2014.  KAREN LA SPINA/THE REPORTER
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    The Green Light: The Freedom Tower was lit in color green on March 25 for National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day. Miami Dade College joined several institutions and landmarks in Miami to show support.     

  • angel Ultimate Angel: An Ultra Music Festival attendee shows off her creativity in a studded fairy-like costume while her wings are lit up by the mega-structure. KAREN LA SPINA/THE REPORTER
  • flag Flag Power: Representing a wide-range of countries, flag bearers exhibited their pride at the Ultra Music Festival. In this photo, a festival participant waves a Colombian flag. KAREN LA SPINA/THE REPORTER
  • at Ultra spins
    Pump It Up: Dutch DJ Nicky Romero gets the crowd excited during his hour-long house set on day two of the Ultra Music Festival. KAREN LA SPINA/THE REPORTER


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  • Gabrielle Arzola
  • Erica Bernard
  • Akeem Brunson
  • Gregory Castillo
  • Rasheeda Davis
  • Crystal Esparza
  • Nicole Gonzalez
  • Guillermo Herrera
  • Marietta Hurtado
  • Denise Isaac
  • Jonel Juste
  • Angela Martoccio
  • Tomás Monzón
  • Courtney Normandin
  • Ingrid Ochoa-Odon
  • Louvins Pierre
  • Nathalie Prieto
  • Gabriela Rodriguez
  • Sussette Rodriguez
  • Nicholas Solana
  • Vanessa Soler
  • Iliana Torres
  • Zeinab Noureddine Vasquez

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