Eduardo Padrón, President of Miami-Dade College, during a conference at Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus on Wednesday, August 30, 2017.
Eduardo Padrón, President of Miami-Dade College, during a conference at Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus on Wednesday, August 30, 2017. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@miamiherald.com
Eduardo Padrón, President of Miami-Dade College, during a conference at Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus on Wednesday, August 30, 2017. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@miamiherald.com

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