Volume 47, Number 13 - March 1, 2010

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Showbiz veteran shares experience

Showbiz veteran shares experience

Mario Beguiristain taught Al Pacino how to be Cuban; made some missions quite “impossible” and helped give Telemundo its name.


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    AFRICAN AMERICAN EXTRAVAGANZA: The Carrie P. Meek Entrepreneurial Education Center hosted an African dance extravaganza to celbrate Black History Month  on Feb. 16.

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    BLACK HISTORY: The African tribe dancers were followed by five different dance routines, all which incorporated African Culture.

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    Patrick Farrell of The Miami Herald, won the 2009 Pulitzer prize for his provocative, impeccably composed images of despair after Hurricane Ike and other lethal storms caused a humanitarian disaster in Haiti.

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HIGHLIGHTS

Students and faculty await new telescopes

Students and faculty await new telescopes

This May, two, 500-pound Meade Max Mount LX400-ACF telescopes with 20-inch lenses will arrive at the North Campus’ rooftop observatory of the science complex.

Students recommended to apply for graduation

Students recommended to apply for graduation

The deadline to apply for the May 1 graduation ceremonies is drawing closer: March 29.

Miss the ferry to watch Shutter Island

Miss the ferry to watch Shutter Island

From the opening of Shutter Island it’s apparent that something is wrong: the accents, the frightening music, and a plot that leads on a road around the island constantly.

The government genie: Pell grants grant many wishes

The government genie: Pell grants grant many wishes

Many students will tell you that one of the biggest advantages of going to a college like Miami Dade is the “free money”. Of course it’s not really free.



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