Nov 04

BREAKING NEWS: Tri-C President Declares Issue 6 Passed

Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2014/11/04/breaking-news-tri-c-president-declares-issue-6-passed/

Nov 04

ELECTION NIGHT: 9:30 P.M. UPDATE on Issue 6

Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2014/11/04/election-night-930-p-m-update-issue-6/

Nov 04

ELECTION RESULTS 2014: 8 p.m. Update — A chat with State Sec’y of State nominee Nina Turner

JERRY SUE THORNTON CENTER In this update of The Voice News Election Results 2014 update, we chat with Ohio Secretary of State nominee Nina Turner (D). She gives insight into her campaign and her views on what she would to to encourage a larger turnout for the youth vote.

Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2014/11/04/election-results-2014-8-p-m-update-chat-state-secy-state-nominee-nina-turner/

Nov 04

ELECTION COVERAGE 2014 — 8 p.m. Update

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Nov 04

THE VOICE NEWS and ELECTION COVERAGE 2014 Kicks off at 7 p.m.

TRI-C METRO CAMPUS CENTERWelcome to an unprecedented move by a Tri-C student publication. Live updates via the Web on election night. Tri-C has a lot on the line with Issue 6.

If this tax levy fails to pass the college stands to lose $40 million a year, which means major cuts, tuition increases, and faculty layoffs, college officials tell us.

We’re LIVE at the Jerry Sue Thornton Center where college officials are having a “watch party” as they await the first numbers from the Board of Elections.

Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2014/11/04/voice-news-election-coverage-2014-kicks-7-p-m/

Nov 04

FLASHCAST ALERT: Basketball Player Antonio Mason Seriously Injured in Crash

In this fourth installment of The Voice News FLASHCAST, news of a basketball player’s serious accident caused by an alleged drunken driver shocks the team and those who knew Antonio Mason. We have team coverage.

PLUS, a recent traffic pattern change near the Metro Campus has police targeting motorists who continue to break the law.

AND, Use the E. 34th Street / Campus RTA Rapid stop? It may no longer be around. Find out info on where you can get your voice heard.

ALL THIS ON THE VOICE NEWS FLASHCAST.

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2014/11/04/flashcast-alert-basketball-player-antonio-mason-seriously-injured-crash/

Nov 03

President Johnson Casts Vote, Encourages Stakeholders to as Well

By Staff Reports

Tri-C President Alex Johnson and The Voice Metro editor show their completed ballots at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections Oct. 31. Photo by Darryl Maddox

Tri-C President Alex Johnson and The Voice Metro editor show their completed ballots at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections Oct. 31. Photo by Darryl Maddox

CLEVELAND — Tri-C President Alex Johnson cast his vote along with Voice News editor Bronson Peshlakai at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections Friday morning.

For Tri-C stakeholders, among one of the top issues on the ballot is Issue 6, a levy renewal and a 0.9 mill increase for county property owners, which the college asserts it needs to pass to make ends meet.

Johnson said it’s important for students, primary stakeholders, alumni and retirees of Tri-C to make their voices heard for Tri-C.

“This is an important election for Tri-C for obvious reasons and we hope that they take the responsibility now and election night,” Johnson said.

The deadline to return absentee ballots to the Board of Elections, or to be postmarked is today, Monday, Nov. 3.

The Board of Elections will not be a polling location to the general public on Election Day. Residents will need to vote at their assigned polling location. Click on the following link to find that location, http://boe.cuyahogacounty.us/en-US/My-Polling-Location.aspx

The Voice News will be producing on-the-minute reports from an Issue 6 watch party where college officials will be watching voting results come in at the Jerry Sue Thornton Center Election night.

Be sure to watch continuing coverage at CCCVOICE.com

Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2014/11/03/president-johnson-casts-vote-encourages-stakeholders-well/

Oct 31

FIRST TO REPORT: Tri-C Basketball Player Seriously Injured in Crash

Screen Shot 2014-10-31 at 7.03.56 PMBy Bronson Peshlakai
Metro Editor

The Voice News confirmed that Cuyahoga Community College returning basketball player Antonio Mason was seriously injured in a car crash Oct. 12.

In an interview Oct. 31st with Mason from his hospital bed, he said his car was split in half, and he was ejected after a drunken driver slammed into his car at speeds estimated at 100 mph, according to a Cleveland Police accident report.

Mason suffered spinal cord injuries and cannot move his legs nor has feeling in his lower extremities.

The Voice News is working two angles, on video and in print, in the coming days with this tragic story.

The video report will be online Monday, and the full story in print when The Voice hits stands Nov. 10th.

Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2014/10/31/first-report-tri-c-basketball-player-seriously-injured-crash/

Oct 15

Ebola Scare Arrives in NEO Ohio, Nursing Students on Edge

By Bronson Peshlakai
Executive Producer
The Voice News

The most recent person diagnosed with the Ebola virus was visiting the Akron area and flew out of Hopkins back to Dallas this past Monday.

Amber Vinson, 26, is a nurse at the Dallas-area facility where Thomas Eric Duncan died after being the first person in the U.S. to die from exposure to Ebola.

Students in the Tri-C nursing program are taught to work with infectious diseases, but with Vinson’s visit to Akron after being exposed to the virus, some students are nervous at the implications should a case pop up here.

The Voice News is working multiple angles with team coverage today and tomorrow… stay tuned for more coverage here at CCCVOICE.COM

Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2014/10/15/ebola-scare-arrives-neo-ohio-nursing-students-edge/

Oct 13

FLASHCAST Episode 2: Tax Levy Rally at Tower City

The second installment of “Flashcast” is available by clicking on the above YouTube link. Darryl Maddox continues to report on the latest news about the upcoming tax levy increase that will be posed to voters on November 4.

Also, Voice editor Bronson Peshlakai challenged Tri-C District President Alex Johnson to the ALS ice bucket challenge in a previous episode of The Voice News. Johnson follows through with the challenge.

The “Flashcast” news program is a condensed version of The Voice News, Tri-C’s student-run TV newscasts that can be seen right here at CCCVOICE.COM.

The “Flashcast” is seen by many students on the Metro Campus’s “HiViz” ultra-high definition televisions placed around the campus.

Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2014/10/13/flashcast-episode-2-tax-levy-rally-tower-city/

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