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Minority Care International Students Association (MCISA) hosted the Presidential Debate for candidates running for the 2015-16 academic year.
Dr. Aland Mizell writes on Freedom of the Press.
MCI conducts a team-building activity.
MCI partnered with Thompson Christian School to convene a conference on Enhancing Quality of K-12 Education System by International Linkages.
MCI facilitates a new Celebrate Recovery program.
MCI organized sixteen scholars and members to propose to Central Davao Rotary Club to start a community-based Rotaract Club.
Over 30 students from the MCI Student Association enrolled in an online course provided by the University of California, Berkley.
Minority Care International (MCI) distributed eyeglasses at one of the local communities.