Volume 5, Number 14 - April 21, 2015

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Living Lessons In The Florida Legislature

Living Lessons In The Florida Legislature

Members of the Student Government Associations at Miami Dade College’s eight campuses traveled to Tallahassee to push for legislative issues that would benefit them and other community colleges throughout Florida.


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  • Heineken Piano Man:Piano player Juancho Valencia, also known as El Sargento Remolacha, of the Colombian band, Puerto Candelaria, concentrates as he directs the bands musical number. ANGELA DELGADO \ THE REPORTER.  
  • Heineken1 Modern Drummer: Rafael Sangiovanni, drummer of the local act My Deer, drives the rhythm at the Heineken TransAtlantic Festival on April 10 at the North Beach Bandshell on Miami Beach. ANGELA DELGADO \ THE REPORTER . 
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    Child's Play: A dance presentation is performed by two children at the Day of the Young Child on April 11 at Homestead Campus. CLARA HERNANDEZ \ THE REPORTER  

  • musician1 Sound Check: Vibraphonist Christos Rafalides reherses with the band at the latest Jazz at Wolfson Presents event on April 8 at the Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus Auditorium. ANGELA DELGADO \ THE REPORTER  
  • Hernandez1 Fielding Questions:Victoria Hernandez, Governmental Relations Director and Head Lobbyist for the College, responds to a question from a student during a briefing session in the lobby of the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott upon the group's arrival in Tallahassee. TOMÁS MONZÓN\THE REPORTER 

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