Several faculty members say outdated computers in the classroom are hindering their ability to present material, infringing on their class time.
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Uruguayan sculptor Alfredo Halegua is donating 95 mid-size scultures and drawings valued at more than $2 million to Miami Dade College within the next academic year.
This picture shows the film crew working hard while the camera man captures the actors' emotions and their love for Miami for one of the seven short films that compose Miami, I love you.
The Miami International Film Festival was held throughout several venues in Miami from March 5-14 and it featured 115 films from 45 countries.
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.
When MDC’s North Campus’ delegation travels to New York City on March 28, the campus will be represented by 11 students—less than half of last year’s total.
Since the MIFF was in town and movie-watching overzealousness is in the air, the top five do-nots of a movie theater are worth restating.
Changes to the Federal Pell Grant program will limit students’ eligibility to 18 full-time semesters.
The North Campus is putting a new spin on recycling by attempting to create a massive plastic-filled ball this month.