November 2011, Volume 15, Number 5

Around Campus

Queen Sofía of Spain

A Regal Visit

Her Majesty Queen Sofia of Spain visits MDC’s historic Freedom Tower to meet with more than 400 community leaders.


Koubek grounds

Koubek Center Now Part of MDC

Miami Dade College and the University of Miami announce the transfer of ownership of the historic John J. Koubek Mansion and Gardens from UM to MDC.


Cyclists

Pedal Power

MDC’s Earth Ethics Institute brings attention to fossil fuel reliance during a 13-mile bike ride through Downtown Miami and Miami Beach.


Dr. Rolando Montoya and John Trasviña

Hand in Hand with HUD

MDC partners with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to educate students about housing laws and careers in civil rights and public service.


Theater poster

Theater Takes Center Stage

MDC stages a production of "Doubt: A Parable" and celebrates critical acclaim of New World School of the Arts theater alumni.


Mexican dancer

¡Viva México!

Miami Dade College commemorated more than two centuries of Mexican independence at Kendall Campus.


WTC artifacts

A Day of Remembrance

MDC hosted events at each of its seven campuses and two centers to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, including a ceremony at North Campus to unveil two World Trade Center steel artifacts.


Cirque Éloize

Mid-Air Magic

Performers rehearsing for Cirque Éloize delighted MDC students with a daring display of their acrobatics artistry.



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