Learning Culture with “Culture Shock”

By: Daniela Cacho, West Staff Writer   Tri-C’s Western Campus held their own multicultural event titled “Culture Shock” in the north galleria. Students put together tables with displays of countries they originated from and international…



It is OK to ASK for HELP

By: Tammy Merritt, West Staff Writer   Life can be challenging, confusing and tiresome with all its joys, pain, lessons and triumph. When one falls down, one must get back up. Throughout life there is…


Heard in the Hallways

By: Alaina Bradley, East Staff Writer As the Spring semester comes to an end, a lot of students around campus are eager to get their summer plans started even if some of them are coming…


More American Than African

By: Donald King   What color says America What hue would pass the test. Who would claim that status, And disregard the rest.   And why not I, a descendant of slaves, Should not my…


Your Mission Vs. My Vision

Poem written by: Tammie Robinson You say you love me how is this true You take every opportunity to turn my sunny days blue You are happy when I am down and out Since you…


A STRONG WOMAN IS A POSITIVE WOMAN

By: Tracy Hudson, Metro Editor-in-Chief Moneeke Davis is the epitome of a strong and positive woman. She is a humanitarian, a woman of strength, love, happiness, discipline, chaos and indifference.  As the daughter of a…



True Life: The Journey of an Immigrant

By John Kay, West Editor-in-Chief America is the land of opportunity, enriched freedom, and enlarged social and economic liberties. For these reasons, America has become the nation of immigrants. Many immigrants swarm to the U.S….