Saturday, September 24, 2022

Tag: Miami Dade College

Miami Dade College opens new artificial intelligence center (includes video story)

On Tuesday, Miami-Dade College opened a new artificial intelligence center at the north campus. The 13,000-square-foot area will ...

College freshmen return to normalcy after hybrid high school years (includes...

As the second week of fall classes and COVID-19 fades in the rearview mirror, South Florida's freshman class of 2026 is expressing...

Newsbreak May 23, 2022

Monkeypox arrives in Florida after officials report the first case in Broward County. U.S. mothers finally get relief as Germany sends over...

Individuals with disabilities struggle to be employed

Pedro Acevedo Jr., 35, has autism and has difficulty speaking. He earned his associate’s degree in computer science at Miami Dade College as well...

Los cambios del IRS pueden favorecer el bolsillo de familias con...

Inició la temporada de declaraciones de impuestos con cambios que podrían beneficiar a los contribuyentes, especialmente a los padres de familia. “Va a haber un...

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...
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Haydee and Aime Garrote: extraordinary women and visual artists

March is Women’s History Month and as we celebrate, we reflect on prominent women’s contributions to society.  Haydee Garrote is a Fashion Institute of Technology...

Making Black History: Faith and community drive Da-Venya Armstrong

If you are Black and you, a friend or a relative have received a COVID-19 vaccine, it’s likely that you have Da-Venya Armstrong to...

She aged out of foster care, but her siblings haven’t. She’s...

Rodericka Carter, 21, lives in an almost empty apartment high up over Brickell. Although she has lived there about a year, her belongings are...

Laid off college students pivot to online businesses

In the wake of mass unemployment and in-home quarantine, some South Florida college students are increasingly looking to start their own businesses. Daniela Cadena is...