Students protest outside Mattia College, Feb. 19, calling for the school to receive the federal funding it says it needs to stay afloat.
Students protest outside Mattia College, Feb. 19, calling for the school to receive the federal funding it says it needs to stay afloat. Lance Dixon ldixon@miamiherald.com
Students protest outside Mattia College, Feb. 19, calling for the school to receive the federal funding it says it needs to stay afloat. Lance Dixon ldixon@miamiherald.com

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