Volume 47, Number 10 - January 19, 2010


Walking for a dream

Walking for a dream

Four, current or former, MDC students are participating in a four-month walk from Miami to Washington D.C. protesting what they believe is the Obama administration’s non-action on issues concerning legislation granting legal status to undocumented immigrants.


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    Falcon Times - Read It!

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    Dan Le Batard, a Cuban-American newspaper sportswriter, radio host, and television reporter will talk at the next Speaker Series on Jan. 28.

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    Domi-NO: Students may notice new signs around building 4, stating that domino games are no longer allowed inside the cafeteria. Students can now go to the rec room in Room 4205 where domino tables have been set up.

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    Jeannie Rodriguez, features editor, does research for her latest story.

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    THE WALK STARTS: Undocumented students start walking in downtown Miami heading to Washington D.C. hoping to change immigration laws.

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New bachelors for sign language majors

New opportunities for sign language majors

To create more opportunities for deaf education, Paula Sargent, a sign language interpretation professor, forged an articulation agreement between Miami Dade College and Siena Heights University in Michigan.

Chess team has hit a 'dry spell'

Chess team has hit a 'dry spell'

Rene Garcia was hopeful as he traveled 1,116 miles from Miami-Dade County to Brownsville, Texas with his chess team for the Pan American Intercollegiate Chess Tournament on Dec. 27-30.

What is the book about?

What is the book about?

In the Hughes Brothers latest film, The Book of Eli, Denzel Washington stars as Eli, a man on a mission to deliver a book across a desolate wasteland to the western United States.

You drop, you pay

You drop, you pay

Not even academically excelling scholars are saved from the recession’s impact. Effective since the start of the 2009-2010 school year, the Bright Futures scholarship is making its recipients pay for classes they drop.

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