Volume 5, Number 13 - April 7, 2015

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35 Years After Mariel

35 Years After Mariel

The Reporter looks back on the Mariel boatlift as it nears its 35th anniversary. The paper’s editor-in-chief, Daniela Hurtado, profiles success stories of Miami Dade College alumni, faculty and staff who arrived via Mariel.


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  • up Dear Scott:Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus Dance Students perform at the Dance Collage 2015 performance on March 27 in Room 6400. A Tribute to Scott Joplin was performed at the beginning of the performance by (from left to right) Janis Escobar, Danikha St. Preux, Paula Vasquez, Justice Rodriguez.  
  • song Jazz Ensembles : Miami Dade College music student, Ayanna Riley (center), performs her voice solo as part of the Verve Ensemble at the Jazz at Wolfson Presents Wolfson Jazz Ensembles event on March 17 at the Wolfson Campus Auditorium. ANGELA DELGADO \ THE REPORTER . 
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    Jazz Man: :Wilson Pierre, Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus music student, plays the guitar as part of the Horace Silver ensemble at the Wolfson Jazz Ensembles event on March 17 at the Wolfson Auditorium. ANGELA DELGADO \ THE REPORTER  

  • player5 Winding Up: Sophomore pitcher Milena Calixto winds up to deliver a pitch during the first game of a double-header against Eastern Florida State College on March 28. Calixto got the win, going seven innings while allowing two runs. The Sharks won the game 3-2. ASHLEY CANARIO \ THE REPORTER  
  • player6 Pose:Freshman outfielder Kevin Williams Jr. smiles for the camera while on the practice field. ASHLEY CANARIO \ THE REPORTER 

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