September 2015, Volume 19, Number 4

Features

Woman with butterfly costume

Inspiration in Limestone

Telling the story of the Pine Rockland unlocks students’ writing talents in a GSELS class offered by MDC’s Earth Ethics Institute.


Jonathan Morales

MDC Continues Strong Tradition With MLB

The 2015 Major League Baseball draft taps the talents of MDC’s catchers.


An MDC student tutoring a hearing impaired student

The Art of Communication

Sign language students’ learning project helps those in hearing-impaired community.


Chef Ferran Adriá

Sharing Culinary Innovation at MDC

Ground-breaking chefs from around the world convene for the U.S. Gastronomy Congress at MDC this fall.


From left; Idea Center Executive Director Leandro Finol; MDC students Socrate Elie

Winning Ideas

The Idea Center at MDC is looking for its next batch of innovative ideas as it launches the second Startup Challenge competition.


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Student Success Continues Rising

More MDC grads are finding success after graduation and giving top grades to their experience at MDC.


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MDC Named ‘Great College’ Once Again

The College is named to a national list of best colleges to work for seven years running.


Students gathered together following their presentations of entrepreneurial ideas

Turning Creativity Into Action

The Idea Center’s business accelerator program nurtures student entrepreneurs.


Historic photo of Hospice founders

The Caregiving Vanguard

Four decades ago, the national hospice movement began at MDC.



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