Volume 3, Number 3 - September 25, 2012

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Judge Orders Serrapio To Halfway House

Judge Orders Serrapio To Halfway House

U.S. District Court Judge Marcia G. Cooke modified the conditions of Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr.’s probation on Sept. 18 after reading statements he made in a news article published in the Sept. 11 issue of The Reporter.


Gallery

  • Bean bag throw Pitching In To Vote: Wolfson Campus student Patricia Jasahui, casts her mock vote for president at the bean bag toss at the Making Democracy Count voter education rally at Wolfson Campus as other rally attendees watch. — DONNALYN ANTHONY / THE REPORTER
  • George P. Bush visited Wolfson Campus Baby Bush: George P. Bush, son of former Florida governmor Jeb Bush, spoke to students at Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus on Sept. 20 about the importance of voting.  — ALYSSA ALVAREZ / THE REPORTER.
  • NBC 6's Adam Kuperstein visited Miami Dade College Kendall Campus Back To College: NBC6 anchor Adam Kuperstein interviews players from Miami Dade College's volleyball team on Sept. 13  at the Kendall Campus during a live segment. Kuperstein was joined by NBC6 sports anchor Joe Rose during the visit, which was part of the station's "College Week" programing. — ALYSSA ALVAREZ / THE REPORTER
  • singing at coffee house Rocking Out: Ammanda Pardiñas, aka Mandy Lane, an 18-year-old music performance major at MDC plays homage to Led Zeppelin with a medley of "You Shook Me", "I Can't Quit You Babe", and "The Lemon Song" at an open mic event hosted by the Miami Music Revolution- Music Entertainment Industry Student Association on Sept. 12 at the Kendall Campus Koffee House. — IRMA GUTIERREZ / THE REPORTER
  • Wall of democracy Wall of Democracy: A rally participant adds her  thoughts to the "What is Democracy to you?" board at the Making Democracy Count voter education rally at Wolfson Campus on  Sept. 17. — DONNALYN ANTHONY / THE REPORTER 

Reporters

  • Quinn Allen
  • Alyssa Alvarez
  • Kevin Artiga
  • Karla Barrios
  • Gregory Castillo
  • Karina Castrillo
  • Annette Dominguez
  • Lazaro Gamio
  • Lilianne Hernandez
  • Jonel Juste
  • Javier Lira
  • Nestor Montoya
  • Kenny Morrison
  • Maria Moscoso
  • Matias Ocner
  • Jonathan Perez
  • Mark Pulaski
  • Staff Reports
  • Rachelle Roca
  • Amanda Rodriguez
  • Kai Sacco
  • Travis Stanley
  • Patricia Suiter
  • Iliana Torres
  • Yessy Vargas
  • Stalin Vasquez

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HIGHLIGHTS

MDC Runs DNC

MDC Runs DNC

Two Miami Dade College students spoke at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. in early September. The duo channeled the confidence of seasoned politicians to deliver poignant messages.

Hundreds Invade Wolfson Campus To Promote Importance of Voting in November election

Hundreds Invade Wolfson Campus To Promote Importance of Voting in November election

Students from all eight Miami Dade College campuses encouraged to use their right to vote at Making Democracy Count—a voter education rally—held at Wolfson Campus on September 18.

Kayla Dowdell Out For Year With Injury

Kayla Dowdell Out For Year With Injury

Sophomore outside hitter tears her ACL injury during a scrimmage against Barry University on Aug. 28.

BBQ Good Enough For The Pros

BBQ Good Enough For The Pros

Mama Lucy’s All Pro Ribs provides great homestyle food a mere five blocks from the North Campus.



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