Volume 3, Number 2 - September 11, 2012

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Former The Reporter art director Lazaro Gamio

ACP Selects The Reporter As Finalist In National Competition

ACP Selects The Reporter As Finalist In National Competition


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

Deferred Action Application Workshops Now Available At MDC

Undocumented Immigrants can receive help filling out the deferred action application at Miami Dade College. Clinics have been set up at the North, Kendall and Wolfson Campuses.


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E-Books Available For Free To MDC Students

Thousands of books are now available to Miami Dade College students for download on the iPad using the College’s library website.


Students are enjoying stronger WiFi at North Campus

Internet HotSpots Expanding At The North Campus

The North Campus is expanding wireless coverage around campus allowing students to connect to the Internet in areas that were once dead zones.


Kendall campus SGA President Catalina Cisternas

Kendall Campus SGA President Resigns

Daniel Miguel resigns as Kendall Campus SGA president and cites no reason for leaving. Catalina Cisternas to replace Miguel as president.


Joaquin Serrapio back in school

Serrapio Calls Facebook Obama Threat ‘Funny’

In an interview with The Reporter and a guest column, Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr., expressed conflicting sentiments about the ordeal that led to his felony conviction for threatening President Barack Obama.




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