For Veterans, By Veterans

By: Aaron Moorman, Social Media Editor As diverse as the Tri-C student population is, there are many different subcultures represented amongst our college community. Of those, students might occasionally go unnoticed as military veterans by…



Deaf Culture Awareness

By: Tammy Merritt, West Staff Writer During this time next year, the deaf community in the state of Ohio will officially be recognized, should a bill be passed. Senate Bill 27 would observe the days…


Bang Bang You’re Dead!

By: Alaina Bradley, East Staff Writer On March 24, 2017, Tri-C creative arts department at Eastern Campus presented Bang Bang You’re Dead!, a play addressing bullying and gun violence in schools. This play was directed…


“Tommy LiPuma, Music Producer and Philanthropist, Dies at 80”

By: Molly Black, Metro Staff Writer Less than two months after his annual talk to a classroom of Tri-C’s Metropolitan Campus’s Recording Arts & Technology students, local philanthropist and multi-Grammy-winning music producer, Mr. Thomas (Tommy) LiPuma died in hospital in Manhattan, on March…


CAMPUS POLICE ARE HERE FOR EVERYONE’S SAFETY

Written By: Professor Zimmerman News Writing class:  Brittany Cleveland, Fiona Hughes, Kelley Notaro, Jonathan Stanton and Christopher Thomas A guy sitting on a bench was acting weird; he made a student feel uncomfortable, and she…


The Land of the Diverse and Segregated

By: John Kay, West Editor-in-Chief Diversity, as a word, is often misinterpreted and has become a cliché that provides a false sense of integration. A look at the most diverse cities will change one’s opinion…