Saturday, November 26, 2022

Tag: graduation

College students discuss new graduation procedures post COVID-19

Miami Dade College and Florida International University students are expressing both relief and disappointment about their academic institutions’ procedures for graduation post COVID-19. A graduation...

Family and friends honor victims six months after fatal accident (includes...

In a West Dade Starbucks, Andres Medina recalls the day six months ago when his daughter, FIU student Yuhlia Medina, and three others were...

Newsbreak, June 9, 2021

El Salvador becomes the first country to allow Bitcoin to be used as legal currency, Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava's plan against gun violence...

Parkland shooting survivors reflect before graduation (includes video story)

High-school graduations are typically filled with great memories, joy and celebration. But Brooke Harrison, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school, sees it...

Newsbreak, June 8, 2021

The freshmen who were the youngest survivors of the Parkland shooting graduate. With three teens being named suspects of a recent mass shooting, Miami-Dade...

Newsbreak, June 7, 2021

No deal reached yet over Biden's infrastructure plan after the president rejected the latest counteroffer, a man threw his 2-month-old baby at a police...

High school seniors face unique challenges as they approach graduation

High school senior Ian Viamontes expected a year filled with unforgettable nights balanced with a few acne-inducing decisions.  But, for the graduating class of 2021,...

High school seniors “devastated” over virtual graduation today

Today, June 8, Miami-Dade County high school seniors will have a remote virtual commencement. The virtual ceremonies are being held in the place of physical...

Seminole’s Class of 2020 may yet have an in-person graduation

Seminole High School, along with eight other public high schools in the county just north of Orlando, has postponed a scheduled June in-person graduation,...

Coronavirus Update: Virtual graduations and counties will reopen simultaneously

Today is Wednesday, April 21 and as New York records less than 500 deaths since April 2, Georgia and a few other states prepare...