Volume 48, Number 1 - August 16, 2010

TOP STORY

Center will offer students a quick dip, starting this fall

Center will offer students a quick dip, starting this fall

After six years and $6.8 million, the North Campus is getting a renovated aquatic center this fall.


Gallery

  • picture of the north campus lake

    Lake view: The North Campus welcomes new and returning students this Aug. 23 for the 2010 fall semester. The North Campus serves more than 34,000 students. PHOTO BY CASSIE MESTRE / WOLFSON BUREAU

  • Photo of public safety officers

    Safety First: Officers patrol the 245-acre campus on foot, bicycle and an assortment of motorized vehicles. PHOTO BY ALEXANDRA CAMPO / FALCON TIMES STAFF

  • picture of emerson articulation agreement

    EMERSON COLLEGE: Miami Dade College and Emerson College signed an articulation agreement on June 15. Pictured in the front row are from left to right,  MDC President Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón and Emerson President Dr. Liebergott. From left to right in the back row, MDC alumni and current Emerson students Binsen Gonzalez, Laura C. Morel, Jeannie Rodriguez, and Andrew Cassidy. PHOTO BY MONIQUE MADAN / FALCON TIMES STAFF

  • Photo of students waiting in the financial aid line

    FINANCIAL AID: North Campus students being attended by financial aid employees. PHOTO BY ALEXANDRA KRAMER / FALCON TIMES STAFF

  • Picture of Alyson Gil

    PUBLIC SAFETY: Dispatcher Alyson Gil takes a call at North Campus. PHOTO BY ALEXANDRA CAMPO / FALCON TIMES STAFF

HIGHLIGHTS

The Falcon Times: Looking for your stories

The Falcon Times: Looking for your stories

Falcon Times editor-in-chief, Monique Madan, looking for fresh new stories.

Changes to Sunpass procedure

Changes to Sunpass procedure

Most toll roads will soon take the cashless route. With three major highways having eliminated tollbooths, Miami- Dade Expressway Authority officials are busy trying to get the word out.

Student Life to host a fun-filled week

Student Life to host a fun-filled week

Shark Pride Week at North Campus- a week dedicated to school spirit.

Textbook shopping options for students on budget

Textbook shopping options for students on budget

The start of a new school year means class registration, tuition payments, financial aid lines and of course—the dreaded textbook fees.



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