Volume 4, Number 14 - April 22, 2014

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Hashtags, re-tweets and status updates create connections on campus and in the community

College social media director Jordan Ford grows followers through strategic communications posting on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.


MDC Revitalizing Half-Cent Surtax Law Campaign

Miami Dade College is making a coordinated effort to secure the Florida State House of Representative’s approval to allow the people of Miami-Dade County to vote on a bill that would add a half-penny tax to the current sales tax to provide MDC added funds.


New Fashion Institute Offers Classes in Design, Patternmaking and Sewing

Director brings her real-life experience to the new endeavor through the North Campus’ School of Continuing Education and Professional Development offering creative and concrete courses.


Plastic Sacks No Longer An Option at the Kendall Campus Bookstore

Environmental club initiated ban on shopping bags at the campus shop to address the harmful environmental effects the refuse creates.

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Professor Hospitalized After Being Attacked In Parking Garage At Kendall Campus

Kendall Campus professor Marc Magellan was transported to Baptist Hospital after a man attacked him in a parking garage on campus on April 15. He sustained various injuries and was discharged several hours later.

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Utilizing ipads In Biology Labs Opening Doors To Scientific Wealth of Knowledge

Science students using ipads to record data, do graphical analysis, access textbooks, record data and turn in assignments in federally funded program.

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