November 2014, Volume 18, Number 4

Making Their Mark

MDC Distinguished Science Research Award recipients

Scientific Research Reaches New Heights at MDC

The School of Science bestows distinguished awards on six professors.

Nick Duckart

Theater Spotlight Shines on NWSA Alumni

The annual Carbonell Awards recognize top South Florida talent.

Annellyse Munroe

Living Her Dream on the Stage

Dancer Annellyse Munroe premieres in her first season with the Alvin Ailey Company’s Ailey II troupe.

The Reporter

Great News on the Home Front

‘The Reporter’ student newspaper is named best in the state for the fourth year running.

Michael Matthiesen

A Single Stop for Multiple Perspectives

A Rotary Foundation scholarship enables former MDC student Michael Matthiesen to pursue graduate work in London.


Lights, Camera, Scholarships

Three MDC students earn coveted scholarships from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Dmitre St. Surin

Anatomy of Success

A passion for science transforms a student and a community.

MDCLC logo

In a League of Their Own

The Miami-Dade County League of Cities facilitates student dreams with scholarships and internships.

Nancy San Martin

Hooked on Journalism

‘Miami Herald’ Interactive Editor Nancy San Martin got her start by interacting in an MDC classroom.

MDC's Sharks volleyball team

Acing It

Early games bode well for the Sharks volleyball team.

MDC basketball players

Designed to Win

The men’s basketball team brings new talents to the court this year.

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