All deserved credit should go to Miami Dade College presidents Eduardo Padrón and Robert McCabe for their contributions to the success of the college.
But let’s not forget the college’s first and second presidents respectively, Kenneth Williams and Dr. Peter Masiko, who built a chicken coop and later a single building into the largest community college in the world with 165,000 students.
The foundation that they set has successfully grown into what you see today.
Donald Gene Dobbs, Miami
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