Monthly Archive: April 2013

Apr 27

From Critic to Filmmaker

Director Nic Balthazar speaks with Voice staff member Felicia Jackson about his edgy and emotional films, Time of My Life and Ben X, which were screened at the 37th Cleveland International Film Festival. Balthazar, also a former movie critic, gives advice for aspiring filmmakers.

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Apr 18

Nursing Program Accreditation Status Causes Confusion

Nursing Students Don’t Have to Worry, For Now By Lauren Mangan Metro Campus Staff Reporter There has been confusion surrounding the Cuyahoga Community College’s accreditation status of the nursing program. In 2010, the Tri-C nursing program’s status was deemed “accredited with conditions” by the National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission. The NLNAC Board of Commissioners …

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Apr 15

Get in the Act!

By: Jeremy Hopkins, West Staff Reporter You can tell when someone is passionate about something they enjoy.  There is an extra little something in the speech, the hands get animated, and a spark twinkles in the eye.  Every time I come into contact with someone who clearly loves what they do, I come out of …

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Apr 15

Congratulations, West Campus Student Government Elections!

Student election results are in! Congratulations to West Campus 2013-2014 Student Government students to serve us!   President – Ricardo Rodriguez  Vice President – Tony Ruvolo  Senators: Zak Hosier, Noel Nazario, and Anthony Ruvolo!   Post by: Sara Liptak, West Campus Editor

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Apr 15

Nursing Program at Tri-C is fighting to keep its accreditation

By: Sara Liptak On Saturday, April 13, the Plain Dealer reported that “the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission recently voted to deny accreditation for the college’s two-year registered nurse program.” To read the full story go to, http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2013/04/tri-c_nursing_n_program_appeal.html   Below is an e-mail sent out by college President Dr. Jerry Sue Thornton on Monday, …

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Apr 15

Help Wanted for the 2013-2014 School Year!

Find an information/application packet in your Tri-C e-mail, all applications are due by April 19, by 5:00 pm! We hope you participate in this great opportunity to get YOUR VOICE HEARD as a Tri-C student!   

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Apr 12

Student Robbed at Gunpoint

By: Portia Booker A Tri-c student was robbed at gunpoint on Wednesday April 10th at the bus stop. The incident happened around noon at the RTA bus stop on East 30th right next to the gymnasium. The student while waiting at the bus stop was approached by three black men between the ages of 15-17. …

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Apr 09

15 Minutes of Fame

By Felicia Jackson Have you ever dreamed of seeing your name on the big screen? For aspiring filmmakers Private Screening, Tri-C’s student organized media showcase, has become the first opportunity to accomplish this goal. Presenting the event is Metropolitan campus’ Digital Cinema Group (DCG), who seeks to “promote the cinematic potential of the moving image”. …

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Apr 09

Luca Elmi discusses The Good, Bad and Ugly in Italian Cinema

Italian filmmaker Luca Elmi talks with us about the good and bad in Italian cinema. Elmi’s 20-minute murder mystery, Do No Harm (Non Farai del Male), was featured in the Independent Shorts Program at the 37th Cleveland International Film Festival.

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Apr 08

Amanda Pennington Talks About Her Short Film ‘Lillian’

Amanda Pennington from Tri-C Media Arts & Studies on Vimeo. Film Director Amanda Pennington talks with us about her short film “Lillian” that was screened at the 37th Annual Cleveland International Film Festival. Her film inspired by the poem “What Lips My Lips Have Kissed,” by Edna St. Vincent Millay. The film was part of …

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