On Oct. 31, Lance McGibbon, now an economics student at Columbia University, launched a book-swapping network that he believes is poised to revolutionize the way students get their college textbooks.
Falcon Times - Read It!
Akeem Mayers, Falcon Times' award-winning cartoonist, sketching on his notebook.
From left to right, Editor in chief Rebeka Bonnie Silva, News editor Michael A. Finch ll, Features editor Jeannie Rodriguez and Entertainment editor Monique Dos Anjos.
Wolfson Campus student newspaper the Metropolis.
Falcon Times Editor-in-chief, Rebeka Silva, working at her desk.
The First Presbyterian Church of Miami Springs stands along the corner of Westward and Morningside Drive occupying two-thirds of the triangular block; what happens beyond these white walls is anything but ordinary.
On Oct. 26, as he arrived at the North Campus for his 8 a.m. class, Vilbert Green thought he was in for a typical day of school. He was wrong.
Founded by MDC in 1984 and previously called Books by the Bay, the Book Fair has morphed over the years as attendance grew steadily.
On a day much like any other day several months ago, I logged onto Facebook, and discovered that I had accumulated 17 new friend requests overnight; not only was the sheer volume of it surprising, but the strangest part was the fact that every single request was from an Egyptian, Lebanese, or Turkish citizen.