Monique O. Madan

@MoniqueOMadan

Monique O. Madan covers Coral Gables and Doral. Monique started at the Herald in 2008 as a part-time reporter. She graduated Emerson College in Boston after stints at The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald and the Dallas Morning News. She returned to her hometown paper, the Miami Herald, in 2014.

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'Higher Ed Hustle,' a Miami Herald investigation

Florida's for-profit college industry is a marketing juggernaut and political powerhouse. But some former employees say their schools deceived students, or committed outright fraud. And some students found their degrees didn't lead to careers when they entered the job market.

'Higher Ed Hustle,' a Miami Herald investigation

Florida's for-profit college industry is a marketing juggernaut and political powerhouse. But some former employees say their schools deceived students, or committed outright fraud. And some students found their degrees didn't lead to careers when they entered the job market.

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Letter: City ‘leaders’ haven’t stood up for Coral Gables

Mayor Jim Cason boasts being supported for re-election by city “leaders” including the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce and the BID (Business Improvement District). I would be embarrassed for this support: the BID and chamber have not stood up for what is good for our city. They clearly have lacked a sense for simple sophisticated taste, real estate value, principles of good urbanism and how they interrelate to create a high-end pedestrian-friendly town. Their support has been reactive, politically driven and visionless. Some examples are: