February 2014, Volume 18, Number 1

Features

Handmade bracelets

Lighting the Way to a Brighter Future

A solar lantern project organized by MDC’s Earth Ethics Institute helps Kenyan students succeed half a world away.


Children picking out free books

Reading and Succeeding

The Center for Literature and Theatre @ MDC encourages early literacy through its Read to Learn Book for Free.


Dominican teachers at MDC

Transcending Language Barriers

The School of Education shares its ESOL expertise with educators from the Dominican Republic.


Attendees holding event materials

A Window Into Programming

MDC is working with a local nonprofit to bring young black girls into the world of technology.


Dr. Jeanne Jacobs and Peggy Nania

Glimpses of the Glades

The Fresh AIRIE exhibition celebrates Florida’s unique park.


Book by Humberto Esteve

Focusing on Human Rights

InterAmerican Campus completes a semester-long campaign to bring awareness to human trafficking.


Food cans

A Helping Hand

A new food bank at North Campus supports students in need.


Princess Letizia Ortiz and Prince of Asturias Felipe de Borbón

A Most Royal Occasion

MDC welcomes Spanish royalty to help celebrate the 500th anniversary of Florida’s discovery.


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A Ladder to Success

MDC’s affordable bachelor’s programs translate into lucrative careers.


Don Lemon

Part of the National Conversation

The Grad Nation Miami Education Summit at MDC yields ideas to boost high school graduation rates.



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