Volume 5, Number 4 - October 28, 2014

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No Parking Here

No Parking Here

Two years after a garage collapse at West Campus killed four construction workers and injured eight others, students still have no where to park on campus.


  • dancers3 Two To Tango: Mariela Barufaldi and Jeremias Massera dance at Tango at North: The Beat Of Desire on October 9 in the North Campus Lehman Theatre. EDGARD LOBO \ THE REPORTER. 
  • Secada Musical Memoir:On Oct. 1, singer/songwriter and Miami native Jon Secada debuted his new book A New Day at Larios On The Beach on Miami Beach. In this memoir, Secada details his lifelong rise; from overcoming adversity as a poor Cuban refugee to becoming a successful, Grammy-Award winning musician. AARON DAVIDSON / THE REPORTER  
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    Reelin' In : Amy Lopez, an Archives assistant at the Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Images Archives, cleans and curates film. The Archives is located on the fourth floor of building 8 at Wolfson Campus. ANGELA DELGADO \ THE REPORTER. 

  • band1 Jazz Quintet: The Miami Dade College Jazz Faculty Quintet made up of pianist Jim Gasior, guitarist Mike Di Liddo, bassist Gary Thomas, saxophonist Ed Calle, and drummer Rodolfo Zúñiga performed at the Jazz at Wolfson presents event on Sept. 24. MATEO SERNA ZAPATA \ THE REPORTER. 
  • dancers4 Abrazo: Tango dancers Mariela Barufaldi and Jeremias Massera perform a dance routine at the Tango at North: The Beat Of Desire on October 9 at the North Campus Lehman Theatre. EDGARD LOBO \ THE REPORTER  


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