February 2014 archive

VIDEO: Newscast Covering Select Stories in Current The Voice Newspaper

BREAKING NEWS: Suspect Charged with Murder of Tri-C Student Voice News anchors Bronson Peshlakai and Marc Prince highlight some stories featured in the very latest issue of The Voice newspaper which made its appearance on stands this week. But first, BREAKING NEWS. A suspect has now been identified in the stabbing death of Anthony Martemus, …

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UPDATE: Stabbing Victim’s Girlfriend Charged with Murder

Victim Died from Stab Wound to Torso and Heart By Bronson Peshlakai Metro Editor-in-Chief A woman charged in connection to the stabbing death of Tri-C student Anthony Martemus remains in jail under a $200,000 bond. Tiaunna Hall, 21, did not enter a plea and denied a preliminary hearing on charges that she murdered her live-in …

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Can we say goodbye to war?

East campus hosted a conversation to ask how we can end the bloodshed.   By Mackenzie Saunders, West staff writer On Friday, January 31, at the Eastern Campus of Tri-C, the Tri-C Global Issues Resource Collaborative in partnership with the Ashland Center for Non-Violence at Ashland University presented a critical conversation entitled, “Can We Say …

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Walking in a Winter Horror-Fest

Winter scene

Tri-C Students Brave the Winter Vortex By Natalie Gasper West Staff Reporter Everyone in Cleveland knows the age-old adage “Don’t like the weather? Wait 15 minutes” is so very true around here. But no one was expecting the delightful bout of below freezing temperatures that passed through about a month ago, or the triple-storm system …

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Tri-C Goes Behind the Headlines – ‘Missing Persons’

Forum to Discuss News Coverage and Stigma of Missing People By Marc Prince Metro Associate Editor The social stigma and how local news organizations cover missing persons will be the topic of discussion at a forum to be held at the Tri-C Metro Campus Theater Feb. 20 at noon. “Behind the Headlines,” a collaboration between …

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TechTalk: Pocket-sized Solutions to Help the Tri-C Student Tackle College

By Marchanna Bentley West Staff Reporter In an age where technological advances are being made in the fields of everything from e-books to surgery, college students are incorporating new technologies in their own careers to make life a little easier. Take for instance Anki. This app is a virtual flashcard system where professors and other …

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Let’s Get Physical!

P.E. Classes Struggling to Stay Afloat By Robert Fenbers Sports Reporter In an age where communication and technology classes are on the rise, one class seems to be falling behind. Remember what your favorite class was in school? Admit it. You said “Phys Ed.” It seems like those days are long gone. Phys Ed classes …

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Tri-C Teams Foreshadow Cinderella Storyline for Tournament

Two More Home Games Left in Season, Show Your Support By Tommy Carosielli and Bronson Peshlakai Sports Reporter, Metro Editor-in-Chief It’s that time of year again! While you start to pencil in your picks for “March Madness” brackets, your hometown basketball teams here at Tri-C are making their own tournament push. After a slow start …

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Stabbing Victim Identified as Tri-C Student

No Charges Filed Yet in Connection to Murder By Bronson Peshlakai Metro Editor-in-Chief The identity of a 28-year-old man fatally stabbed Feb. 6 has been released by the medical examiner’s office and The Voice newspaper has linked him to being a full-time Tri-C student. Anthony Martemus enrolled at Tri-C Metro last fall and was carrying …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2014/02/12/breaking-stabbing-victim-identified-tri-c-student/

BASKETBALL: Men Squeak a Win, Women Short by 3 Points Against Sinclair

The Voice News provides sports analysis and a look back at the Feb. 1 basketball game against Sinclair Community College. For more on the score and how the conference season is playing out, click on the video to watch Tommy Carosielli and Bronson Peshlakai talk sports.

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