Volume 47, Number 4 - October 5, 2009

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Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Peggy A. Quince

All Rise When Florida Supreme Court Justice Visits

MDC students felt the impact of U.S. Constitution Day on Sept. 25 when Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Peggy A. Quince visited the Carrie P. Meek Entrepreneurial Education Center.

Booming Business in a Dead Economy

Booming Business in a Dead Economy

In the past year, the W. L. Philbrick School of Funeral Service Education at North Campus has experienced a 12 percent increase in declared funeral service education majors.

Education Summit at the Wolfson Campus

Education Summit at the Wolfson Campus

Three of the most influential public institutions in the county came together for an unprecedented town hall meeting called “Education in South Florida: Challenges and Solutions.”

Campus Crime Becoming Harder to Prevent

On Sept. 17, Valentina Alvizua, an Honors College student at Miami Dade College had her black Honda Civic stolen from lot 15 at the North Campus.

Disabled Student Conquers Obstacles

While some students worry about where to park their cars and what to eat for lunch, Carol Hodge, 59, is just concerned about getting to class.

Miami Book Fair International

Book Fair at MDC

The 26th annual Miami Book Fair International will take place at Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus (300 N.E. 2nd Ave) from Nov. 8-15.

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