Volume 47, Number 2 - September 8, 2009

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Student studying

Grade Boosting Study Tips Revealed

Study methods used by Miami Dade College students are as varied and diverse as their backgrounds.

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Leave Your Legacy at North Campus

The North Campus of Miami Dade College is set to launch the ‘create a legacy’ campaign an initiative allowing folks to honor a graduate, professor, or family member with the dedication of a brick or a blue swing.

News Briefs

North Campus news briefs.

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Snack Machine Vandalized

A vending machine in building four containing chips, cookies and gum was vandalized on August 28, according to a representative from Gilly Vending Inc. the company that owns the machine.

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STEM students beware: Money Coming Your Way

Amid the current economic turmoil, Miami Dade College has received a number of grants from the National Science Foundation, the Motorola Foundation, and the U.S. Department of Education, for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) majors.

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Students are Finding Affordable Alternatives and Saving Money

After enduring the high cost of purchasing textbooks from the bookstore, Laura Romero, 18, a political science major at Miami Dade College’s North Campus has found an affordable alternative: Renting her textbooks online.

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