Volume 3, Number 1 - August 28, 2012

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Benefactress To The Arts and MDC Dies

Lynn Wolfson, supporter of the opera, ballet and Miami Dade College dies at age 85 from various ailments.


Tropical pedicabs is a way to get around Downtown Miami

Bicycle Taxis Available In Downtown Miami

Tropical Pedicabs, a bicycle taxi business offering rides from Brickell to Midtown, provides service to students, locals and tourists looking for an alternative form of transportation.


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Higher One Reimbursing $11 Million To College Students Nationwide After Overcharging NSF Fees

Higher One Holdings Inc. has agreed to reimburse students $11 million after overcharging student account holders multiple non-sufficient fund fees.


Joaquinn Serrapio

MDC Student Sentenced To Three Years Probation For Making Facebook Threats Against Obama

Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr., who faced a possible five year prison sentence for threatening President Barack Obama on Facebook was sentenced to three years probation, 250 hours of community service, and four months of home confinement.


InterAmerican Plaza

Miami Dade College Purchases InterAmerican Plaza

Miami Dade College purchased the InterAmerican Plaza located at 701 SW 27th Ave for $25 million.


Miami Dade College alumnus Felipe Matos holds up his paper work for deferred action.

One Step Closer To The Dream

President Barack Obama’s deferred action plan started on August 15; thousands of undocumented immigrants expected to apply for program that could exempt deportation for two years.


Thieves Burglarize Kendall Campus Construction Site

Burglars made off with $13,540 in copper wire and equipment during two construction site thefts at Kendall Campus. The incidents happened at the construction site for the new Academic Support Center scheduled to be inaugurated in November.


Equipment at the warehouse.

Warehouse Sells Furniture and Electronics at Discounted Prices to the Public

The Medley Warehouse, located at 8643 N.W. 68th Street, provides students and faculty used furniture and electronics at discounted prices.




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