Volume 1, Number 11 - March 29, 2011

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A Hidden Treasure in Liberty City

Miami Dade College’s Carrie P. Meek Entrepreneurial Education Center is the only college level academic center in the Liberty City community.


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Chief Overseas: Professor Not Just Of This Culture

Speech professor and director of debate, John William Todd, is chief of two African tribes, the Mende and the Anang.


Exhibiting The Art Of Estopiñán

Miami Dade College West Campus showcases artist Roberto Estopiñan in an exhibition from March 18 to April 12.


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Head Coach Resigns After Allegations

Men’s Basketball Coach Matthew Eisele, 29, resigns after being placed on administrative leave for allegedly violating College Procedure 2410.


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In Brief

News Bites


Motivating Students, Leaving His Mark

Victor Calderin is a professor and one of the founding advisers for the Hialeah Campus literary magazine, Café Cultura.


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New Smoking Ban Vote To Be Held In April; Approval Expected

Miami Dade College administration is awaiting approval to ban smoking from all eight of MDC campuses.


Obama To Speak At North Campus Graduation

President Barack Obama is this year’s guest speaker for the North and West Campus commencement ceremony.


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The King Of Clean

North Campus business major, Jean Rene Faustin’s business, Smart Cleaning Professional Services, has made him a successful entrepreneur at the age of 23.




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