Volume 4, Number 2 - September 19, 2013

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[I Am MDC] X [Two Million]

[I Am MDC] X [Two Million]

More than 50 years after it first opened its doors, Miami Dade College admitted its two-millionth student— Tatyana Rivera, a 2013 graduate of Coral Reef Senior High School.


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    Young Medalists: The North Campus hosted the International Young Ballet Medalists Performances on August 30. The event is part of the International Ballet Festival of Miami. It featured nearly 25 young medal winners of international ballet competitions. GERRY LAURORE/THE REPORTER
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    Young Medalists: The North Campus hosted the International Young Ballet Medalists Performances on August 30. The event is part of the International Ballet Festival of Miami. It featured nearly 25 young medal winners of international ballet competitions . It was made possible by a partnership between MDC and the Miami Hispanic Ballet.  GERRY LAURORE/THE REPORTER

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    Official Flag: From left to right, Wolfson Campus Public Safety Chief, Luis Perez, Miami Dade College President, Eduardo Padrón, and Wolfson Campus Student Government Association President, Michelle Ampie, raise MDC's new official flag during a ceremony on Sept. 4 at the College's downtown campus.  DIVA MARTINEZ/THE REPORTER

  • building Stuck On You: The Freedom Tower served as the canvas for Inside Out, a public art project on immigration reform, on August 29-31. The exhibit invited members of the community to have their portraits plastered on the outer walls of the Freedom Tower using a non-invasive temporary glue. PHOTO BY BRIGITTE MADAN/THE REPORTER
  • coach Basketball Hopefuls: The Miami Dade College men's basketball team held open tryouts on Sept. 3 at the Theodore R. Gibson Health Center. Sharks assistant coach, Kevin Ledoux (with basketball), watches as several hopefuls run laps.  VICTORIA FREGOSO/THE REPORTER

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