Volume 5, Number 12 - March 24, 2015

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New Space For North Campus Food Pantry

New Space For North Campus Food Pantry

More than 350 students and staff members pitched in at recent Meals of Hope Experience to help stock the pantry with nutritious fare for Miami Dade College students who qualify for the help.


  • to the beat Jamming To The Beat :The R & B Ensemble performs at the Fred Shaw Plaza at Kendall Campus on March 6. The group entertained the crowd with a variety of music choices including R & B classics from Michael Jackson. EVAN DOVENBERG \ THE REPORTER . 
  • history3 Women's History:Claudia L. Gordon the U.S. Department of Labor Chief of Staff, and the first known deaf African-American female attorney, signs at the North Campus kick-off event for Women's History Month on March 4 at the Lehman Theater. KAYLIN CANTOR \ THE REPORTER  
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    Strike Out: :Left handed sophomore pitcher, Robert Evans throwing hard on the mound. EVAN DOVENBERG \ THE REPORTER  

  • effort Team Effort: The Chamber Singer Women's and Men's Choir at Kendall Campus perform at the Martin and Pat Fine Center for the Arts breezeway lobby on March 1. The group performs a variety of classical pieces at various locations around the community throughout the year. CLARA HERNANDEZ \ THE REPORTER  
  • Tower theater The Big Screen:The Tower Theater was one of many venues for Miami Dade College's Miami International Film Festival. ANGELA DELGADO \ THE REPORTER  


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