Volume 4, Number 4 - October 29, 2013

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Robotics Club Allows Members To Merge Love For STEM Fields

Robotics Club Allows Members To Merge Love For STEM Fields

The organization, which started four years ago with two members, now boasts more than 20 members, and incorporates what is taught in the classroom into real-life experience.


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    The Heat Is On: Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade drives to the basket during the third quarter of the Red & White intrasquad scrimmage at the American Airlines Arena on Oct. 6. 
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    Pretty In Pink: Miami Dade College's historic landmark the Freedom Tower was lit up in pink on Sept. 30 to commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which runs through October. The event was co-sponsored by the Susan G. Komen Foundation Miami/Ft. Lauderdale Affiliate.   GERRY LAURORE/THE REPORTER

  • of War Fighting For Every Inch: Students from F.A.C.E. (First Year Academic and College Experience)program battle against the investment club(left) during Clash of the Clubs at North Campus on Oct. 9.  EDGARD LOBO/THE REPORTER
  • Sparks Bestseller: New York Times bestselling author, Nicholas Sparks, sat down down with NBC 6 anchor Jackie Nespral on Sept. 30 at Miami Dade College's Wolfson to discuss his new book, The Longest Ride. Sparks, whose first book was The Notebook, has sold more than 85 million books worldwide, including 11 New York Times bestsellers.  GERRY LAURORE/THE REPORTER
  • sack race Mad Dash: Students representing various clubs hop as fast as they can to reach the finish line during a potato sack race at Clash of the Clubs.  EDGARD LOBO/THE REPORTER


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