September 2013, Volume 17, Number 3


MDC students at Harvard

MDC’s Harvard Heroes

Five students return to Miami with leadership skills built during an esteemed Ivy League program.

Juan Casimiro

Earning the President’s Award for Service

An annual collegewide ceremony honors hundreds of MDC volunteers.

Doctor and patient

Medical Campus Clinic Welcomes Community

The student-staffed facility expands its services to patients in the area thanks to a substantial local grant.

Year Up graduates

A Jump-Start on Great Jobs

Year Up Miami’s inaugural class celebrates graduation day.

Jordan Silver

Dressed for Success

A unique clothing line created by MDC coordinator Jordan Silver inspires students with and without disabilities.

Environmental Center Visitor Pavilion at Kendall Campus

Leading the Way in Beauty and Efficiency

Kendall Campus’ popular Environmental Center Visitor Pavilion earns the coveted Platinum LEED certification.

Eric Martí and Thomas Silva

A Crystal Clear Business Plan

An MDC business student launches a thriving start-up company to help other students.

MDC students in the new Wolfson Campus garden

Entering the Zen Zone

One student’s idea transforms a small patch of land into a verdant urban sanctuary.

MDC Radio host Andrea Sanmiguel

Streaming Into the World of Radio

MDC’s radio station opens its airwaves to students, giving them real-world broadcast experience.

Immigrant family

Working Toward the Dream of Higher Education

MDC is selected as one of five locations in the nation to screen a documentary revealing the plight of undocumented youths.

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