April 2016, Volume 20, Number 2

COVERSTORY

Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton

At the Epicenter of It All

MDC is a perennial top stop on the nation’s political roadmap.


Snaphots

  • U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. and President Padrón U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. and President Padrón
  • Tufts University President Tony Monaco and President Padrón Tufts University President Tony Monaco and President Padrón
  • President Padrón and Attorney General Loretta Lynch President Padrón and Attorney General Loretta Lynch
  • President Padrón and former professional boxer Evander Holyfield President Padrón and former professional boxer Evander Holyfield
  • Actress Eva Longoria and President Padrón Actress Eva Longoria and President Padrón

FEATURES

An artist’s rendering of a silhouette scanning data.

New Degrees Zero in on Big Data

This fall, MDC will start offering a one-of-a-kind bachelor’s degree in Data Science and Analytics, along with other shorter-term degrees in the field.

Spanish singer/actor Raphael

Star-Spangled Splendor

Celebrity stars, directors and filmmakers descend upon MDC for the Miami International Film Festival.

A model twirls in a uniquely tailored dress.

Turning Heads

Starting this fall, MDC will offer an Associate in Science in Fashion Design & Merchandising.

Arturo J. Gómez Real

From MDC to Harvard in Just One Course

Student Arturo J. Gómez’s success in MDC’s CS50x landed him a full-time job at Harvard University.


DEPARTMENTS

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