June 2010, Volume 14, Number 3

Features

Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón

MDC President offers insights on future at Clinton Global Initiative

"An incredible number of (U.S.) institutions feel they’re in a position to assist," Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón told USA Today, speaking about plans to reopen universities in Haiti.


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Joining MDC'S forces to help Haiti after quake

Miami Dade College's multifaceted plan to help earthquake victims in Haiti included calling upon the College's Emergency Preparedness Team to coordinate rescue efforts, establishing a relief fund and delivering truckloads of first-aid supplies.


Stephanie Del Pino

Stars of the Class of 2010

During the recent Commencement exercises, nearly 11,000 students received associate and bachelor’s degrees and certificates. Read about 12 graduates who are changing themselves and the future.


Softball MVP Erika Bennett

Lady Sharks win national championship

If you see Erika Bennett on campus, offer a high-five. If you bump into MDC Coach Carlos Caro, shake his hand.


Lech Walesa

Walesa: To build a better future, analyze the past

In his visit sponsored by the Cuban American National Foundation, Lech Walesa urged the crowd at the MDC’s Freedom Tower to analyze the past in order to build a better future.


Ribbon cutting at North Campus' new Science Complex

A year in pictures

Take a look at some of people and events that helped shape an impressive 2009-10 academic year.



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