September 2016, Volume 20, Number 4


FitCity exhibition

A Healthier Approach to City Life

A traveling exhibition shows viewers ways to improve city living through movement and architecture.

Stephanie Van Vark, H. Leigh Toney and Clifton Taulbert

Engaging the Business Community

An MDC-TV series is spreading a wealth of entrepreneurial experience.

Santiago Espinal

Sharks Make the Cut

Several MDC baseball players were scooped up in the 2016 MLB draft.

Gabriela Barrera

Seeking Cures at Cornell

A young MDC alumna is focusing her studies on alternative treatments to neurological disorders.

Santiago Tobar Potes and the Miami-Dade County Board of Commissioners

Shining in the Ivy Leagues

An 18-year-old MDC grad continues his journey at Columbia University with a Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship.

Luiza Kinzerska-Martínez

Local Service Gives a Global Perspective

An Honors College graduate heads to the University of Southern California to continue turning compassion into action.

Stevens Bonhommen

Grad Student Brings Up the Bottom Line

An MDC alum is making it his goal to eradicate Haiti’s economic problems.

Jacqueline Crucet

Project Earth

The Earth Ethics Institute’s service-learning opportunities enable students to make a difference in keeping our planet healthy for all.

Althea Harris and Leandro Finol

Startup Challenge Names Winners

Innovation is the name of the game, and MDC students showed they have what it takes to launch impactful businesses.

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