April 2016, Volume 20, Number 2


Ann Telnaes and Steve Benson

Pulitzer’s 100th Year Brings Renowned Cartoonists to MDC

Students experience a unique opportunity to analyze the relationship between art and politics.

Daymond John

A Shark in Their Midst

Famed entrepreneur Daymond John shares his secrets to success with MDC students.

Two student collaborating around computers

Sharks Reign Supreme in MIT Hackathon

The MDC team captures both first and second place in the MIT Hacking Health competition.

Jencarlos Canela

Spotlight Shines on Canela

Star MDC alumnus Jencarlos Canela lands major acting and singing roles in top network TV shows.

Christian Pretelt

Facebook Lends Insights to MarketHack Program

Students gain a new perspective from a Facebook client partner for Latin America.

Manny Medina

Pioneering Ideas

Miami thought leaders share their wisdom with the next generation of leaders at MDC.

Group launching NAMI at MDC

Removing the Stigma of Asking for Help

MDC’s North Campus launches the region’s first college NAMI Chapter.

StartupChallenge logo

Ready to Crown a Winner

The MDC Startup Challenge moves closer to choosing a winner among the top 10 semi-finalist teams.

Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton

At the Epicenter of It All

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

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