North and West Campus’ graduation tickets have been reduced from four to two per student.
Punk Prince: Stooges frontman Iggy Pop was the keynote speaker for the 19th Annual Arts & Letters Day. MARK PULASKI / THE REPORTER
Story Time: Members of faculty dressed as fairytale characters and read stories to a group of young children. Characters such as Snow White, Mary Poppins and Little Red Riding Hood were among some of the costumed faculty in attendance. MARK PULASKI / THE REPORTER
Going Home: Cadet Maraeu, a student at North Campus, was MDC’s sole representative in the Ranger Challenge, an event made for hardened cadets. Unfortunately, Maraeu had to withdrawal from the challenge due to a knee injury. GREGORY CASTILLO / THE REPORTER
Hallelujah: On April 5, Waves Campus Ministries at Miami Dade College North Campus, held a Spring Time Jam gospel concert with different musician artists from local church ministries to spread their faith on campus. HECTOR GONZALEZ / THE REPORTER
Taking A Stand: United Faculty of Miami Dade College rallied on March 30 at North Campus’ building 4 against new legislation that will affect the Florida College System. ALAIN BICHOTTE / THE REPORTER
Arts & Letters Day at Kendall Campus featured art and performances from students, faculty, and professionals.
Yukie Futami, a defensive specialist on the MDC women’s volleyball team, explains how the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami affected her family in Japan and herself in Miami.
Student Government Association elections will be held at all MDC campuses April 11-13.
Columnist explains how being on the other side of the cash register will change you forever.