Mandel Scholars Give Walls of Love — You Can Too

Author: Barbie Robertson Cuyahoga Community College’s Mandel Scholars are participating in the Wall of Love service activity. We are asking the students at Tri-C to please join in and donate items such as scarves, gloves, mittens and hats for the homeless. Wall of Love have done 290 walls and helped 4000 people in just over …

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The Key to Life Lies in Stillness

Author: Jaret Betkoski In 1654, the famous mathematician Blaise Pascal said, “All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.” About 366 years later, these words have never applied more to our lives. These days, we are constantly bombarded with emails, notifications and many other distractions. Instead of helping …

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Let’s Be Stomp

Author: Amandya Wells He’s six feet tall, a blue prehistoric dinosaur. He roams the campus, in and out, all over. Who is he? He is Stomp, the Cuyahoga Community College Mascot, and guess what? You can be the next one to play this mascot! Requirements include being a student in the 2020-2021 academic school year, …

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The Media Bias Chart, and Why You Should Take A Close Look at It

Author: Justin Novak In the modern-day world of technology, information is now quicker to get our hands on than ever before. Thanks to the internet and social media, we can now learn new things about the world around us faster and easier, all with just a few taps on a screen.   But what are we …

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Inclusivity Is No Longer Optional

Author: Maya C. For a long time, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) inclusion and repesentation has not been a predominant topic of discussion in many educational spaces. It has been easy for the majority of the population to overlook the important role this community has played in our history and will play in …

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The Topic of Weapons on College Campuses Rears Its Ugly Head at Tri-C

According to a Cuyahoga Community College Eastern Campus police report, on Nov. 12, 2019, campus police were asked by the dean of student affairs to escort student Matthew Marting, 19, to the office. The dean needed to speak to the student regarding an alleged incident that took place days prior in which Marting may have …

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New Guidelines for Financial Aid

Author: Rashe’d Whatley   The Financial Aid Office and the Enrollment Center are places that all students are familiar with and new changes for academic plans revolve around them. There has been a move towards promoting graduation among students and preparing them for four-year universities or a career over the past decade. Students who are eligible …

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Tri-C Offers Safe Zone for the LGBTQ+ Community

Author: Aymia Brower Imagine walking into any Cuyahoga Community College campus class with twenty-two seats empty. Can you imagine creating a special bond with your fellow students, only to find that the number of student’s you have is slowly dwindling down? Well, how would you react if you found out that your students were disappearing …

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Tri-C’s Annual African American Read-In Gives Power to the Minorities

Author: Asha Blake: Eastern Campus For many minorities, having an outlet to express themselves is very important. It not only gives them a chance to speak their truth, but also helps them build a community around people who they can relate to. Communication is an essential factor when trying to keep a community thriving. No …

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An Absolutely Remarkable Escape Room

Original Publish date: Nov. 2019 On November 6th, Tri-C Western Campus held an event featuring an escape room, where students were invited to solve puzzles to pass through various classrooms within the college to complete the challenge in the fastest amount of time. The theme within the escape room was centered around the school-wide common …

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