Volume 47, Number 9 - December 14, 2009

TOP STORY

From dropout to SGA president

From dropout to SGA president

At first glance, Juliette Llado strikes you as an average 18-year-old college student. But her story is far from a fairy tale.


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  • Picture of Aluminum Ball

    GREEN INITIATIVE: Julia Martinez (far left), president of the environmental club, asked the strongest students in the crowd to help roll the first aluminum ball in the Green Way Campaign to the garbage truck so it could be recycled.

  • Picture of Registration line

    PATIENTLY WAITING: As students line up starting at 7 a.m., the financial aid line goes around the corner in building one.

  • Picture of long line

    THE LINE CONTINUES: According to Chimene Garrison, director of financial aid at the North Campus, the financial aid office has reverted to its standard practice of providing services from the front intake are for efficiency purposes.

  • Picture of exhibition 22

    Miami Dade College presented Invasion 68 Prague, an exhibition of historical photography by Josef Koudelka.

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HIGHLIGHTS

Paying the price to go green

Paying the price to go green

Continuing the path toward a culture of environmental sustainability, the North Campus has substituted its styrofoam food containers at the cafeteria for new—and more expensive—environmentally friendly containers.

MDC presents historical photography exhibition

MDC presents historical photography exhibition

A wall-sized picture of a tank, anti-Russian propaganda plastered over a wall, eerie sound design and a plethora of chaotic images; All part of a new photography exhibition at the Freedom Tower.

Black Friday: Everyone's thankful for sales

Black Friday: Everyone's thankful for sales

Hundreds upon hundreds wait for Thanksgiving weekend to roll around every year and it’s not because of the turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes.

School of Justice loses two leaders

School of Justice looses two leaders

The Miami Dade College School of Justice will lose two of its top officials at the end of the fall semester.



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