Volume 3, Number 12 - March 26, 2013

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Caratini Providing Sharks With Offensive Punch

Caratini Providing Sharks With Offensive Punch

Catcher/third baseman Victor Caratini believed it was destiny that led him to play at Miami Dade College after he was ineligible to play at Southern University and A&M College.


  • Crawford

    Newsman: Veteran journalist Selwyn Crawford of The Dallas Morning News spoke to students at the Wolfson Campus on March 15 during the Miami Dade College Journalism Speaker Series.

  • Keisha

    High Note:Keisha Dorce of the the group Blue Note Ensemble sings it up  during a Jazz at Wolfson Presents performance March 19.

  • Kendall Carnival

    Spring Fling Carnival: Airbrush tattoo artist completes one of the many creations that were available to the dozens of children who attended the 2013 Spring Fling Carnival at Kendall Campus on March 2. The event included bounce houses, clowns, face painting, music and slides for kids.

  • Sin Sangre

    Bravo: The theater company Teatro Cinema presented the critically acclaimed play "Sin Sangre" (Without Blood)on March 16 at the Colony Theater. The performance was part of Miami Dade College's MDC Live Arts series.

  • Yero Jazz

    Sax Man: Saxophonist Yero Lopez of the Horace Silver Ensemble performs at a Jazz at Wolfson Presents event March 19. The series is sponsored by MDC’s Arts and Philosophy Department. It features monthly live performances from September through April


  • Quinn Allen
  • Kevin Artiga
  • Karla Barrios
  • Frank Coto
  • Diana Cricien
  • Ashley Cuevas
  • Irma Gutierrez
  • Guillermo Herrera
  • Theo Karantsalis
  • Ayla Morales
  • Jonathan Muñoz
  • Fortune Onyiorah
  • Jonathan Perez
  • Mark Pulaski
  • Amanda Rodriguez
  • Kristopher Stoltz
  • Adrian Suarez
  • Iliana Torres
  • Nicolas Vivas

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Yoani Sánchez To Speak At Freedom Tower

Yoani Sánchez To Speak At Freedom Tower

Miami Dade College will welcome Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez to the Freedom Tower as part of her United States tour on April 1.

MDC Asks For Local Taxpayer's Support

MDC Asks For Local Taxpayer's Support

A bill in the Florida Legislature that would ask Miami-Dade County voters to consider a raise in sales tax a half cent to help support Miami Dade College with extra funding is being proposed and is set to pass in the coming weeks.

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