DACA Student Graduates From UPenn Law School, Aspires To Tackle Immigration Policy

When Fred Toney told Gustavo Cardona he should apply to Tuskegee University, a historically black university, he couldn’t believe the

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Pell Grant Program Provides Inmates A Second Chance At An Education

Miami Dade College has been selected to participate in the Second Chance Pell Program, a federal project aimed at helping

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Virtual Collective, I Remember Miami, Wants Your Fondest Memories of The Magic City

Miami Dade College’s Museum of Art and Design, in collaboration with the Miami Book Fair, launched I Remember Miami—a virtual

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Tower Theater Keeps Moviegoers Connected With Streaming Site

The entertainment industry, like all of us, is feeling the effects of the coronavirus.  Movie productions have been delayed. Films

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Looking For A Coronavirus Distraction? Watch This MDC Alum’s YouTube Cooking Show

Social distancing hasn’t stopped Gregory Castillo from having fun. The loquacious 28-year-old has spent the past three Saturday mornings chopping

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West Campus’ Executive Director To Retire After More Than Two Decades At MDC

Ana DeMahy is a jack of all trades.  For the last 13 years, she has overseen construction, public safety, financial

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Student Uses Medieval Instrument To Connect To Spanish Roots

Beatriz Martinez Trujillo believes in paying close attention to your dreams.  In 2002, she dreamt of walking along a narrow

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