Volume 47, Number 16 - June 14, 2010

TOP STORY

Turning the tassel

Turning the tassel

More than 10,000 MDC students participated in seven separate graduation ceremonies this past May.


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  • Picture of Dr. Eduardo Padron and Bill Clinton

    Former U.S. President Bill Clinton receives an honorary associate of science degree from Miami Dade College President Dr. Eduardo Padrón and the Board of Trustees. PHOTO COURTESY OF CARLOS LLANO/MDC MEDIA RELATIONS

  • Picture of dr padron and chinese officials

    MDC's Confucius Institute joins 65 others in the U.S. and more than 500 around the world. PHOTO BY O.DANILO BALLADARES/WOLFSON BUREAU

  • Picture of north campus marquee

    North Campus' new digital marquee is a replacement for the teater marquee damaged by Hurricane Wilma in 2005; it will be fully functional later this summer. PHOTO BY MONIQUE MADAN/ FALCON TIMES STAFF

  • Picture of walkers

    Walkers stand together during a rally in Washington D.C. PHOTO BY O. DANILO BALLADARES/WOLFSON BUREAU

HIGHLIGHTS

End of the road; MDC's DREAMers back home

End of the road; MDC's DREAMers back home

Miami Dade College students embarked on a 1,500 mile walk to Washington, D.C. on Jan. 1 in protest of immigration reform.

Sharks softball team returns victorious

Sharks softball team returns victorious

Sharks softball team defeats Wallace State Community College at the National Junior College Athletic Association National Tournament.

Student receives prestigious scholarship after adversity

Student receives prestigious scholarship after adversity

Hundreds of students from across the nation compete for the Jack Kent Cooke scholarship each year; Rodriguez is the fifth MDC student to receive the award.

Newly elected officers gearing up for new year

Newly elected officers gearing up for new year

Miami Dade College North Campus students have spoken, selecting new Student Government Association officers this past April.



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