Monthly Archive: November 2014

Nov 25

Levy Passes

By Bronson Peshlakai JERRY SUE THORNTON CENTER — Cuyahoga County voters decided to pay a little more on their property taxes and approved a levy renewal and an increase to fund Tri-C’s future operating budget. Approving Issue 6 was 57 percent with 185,463 “For the levy” votes, which adds about $ 40 million a year …

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Nov 25

A Place Where Creative Minds Intertwine

CREATIVE ARTS By Jerrell Tyree Minds of Creative Arts is a student club at the Metro Campus diversified with students from recording arts and technology, business, dance, and creative arts programs here at Tri-C — “Where Creative Minds Intertwine.” The club meets on the first floor of the Recording Arts and Technology building in the …

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Nov 25

Treat Yourself to Fine Dining at Metro at a Good Price

Culinary Arts Students Building Career Skills Cooking for You BISTRO 87 By Sara Cormany and Bronson Peshlakai Metro Staff Reporter and Editor After making “puppy chow” desserts from Chex cereal in 7th grade, Mason Mackulin, 20, was inspired to pursue a career in culinary arts, which led him to Tri-C, and Bistro 87. Bistro 87 …

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Nov 25

Tragic Accident Causes Spinal Injuries to Bball Player

Antonio Mason Keeping Spirits Up in Hospital By Bronson Peshlakai Metro Editor Life as he knew it changed, and he didn’t see it coming, or knew what hit him. A few days earlier, Antonio Mason, 22, was a second-year guard on the Tri-C men’s basketball team, conditioning and practicing for their first day on the …

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Nov 25

Cross Country

The Cross Country Trip They Loved By Darryl Maddox Associate Editor. This year the cross-country and track team at Tri-C made their way to Orlando to visit Disneyland and compete in events representing their school. Head coach Dr. Donald Cox spoke about the trip and his hard working team. Cox says, “The defining moment wasn’t …

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Nov 25

Marine Infantryman Applies Military Experience to Life as a Student

PROFILE MARINE By Darryl Maddox Metro Associate Editor After accomplishing his dream right after high school to join the U.S. Marine Corps, a Tri-C student now balances his academics and serving his country in the Reserves. Looking back at his military experience Dennis Clark is proud of his experience and takes an inventory of how …

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Nov 25

Student Club That Focuses on Leadership Skills Seeks New Recruits

Press Club By Jerrell Tyree Metro Staff Reporter Students graduating Tri-C and heading into the workforce need to make a big impression on future managers, and one of the best ways to stand out is to show proven engagement in a student club on campus. On a daily basis at Metro Campus it’s routine to …

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Nov 25

Crumbling Campus

By Darryl Maddox Metro Staff Reporter It seems that students are starting to notice that Tri-C Metro Campus may need a revamp in the effort to keep the campus clean, maintained, and making sure that everything here works. Tri-C just celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, and although buildings and grounds crew do a good …

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Nov 25

The Stress Factor

Time Management is a Key Element By Richonna Conway Do you ever have a hard time concentrating? Do you easily get angry, irritated or nervous? What about your sleeping pattern? Is it abnormal? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you may be stressed. Luckily, you’re not alone. Stress is a feeling …

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Nov 25

Preparing For Finals

“Ways to Strategize for Success” By Melanie Ellis It’s that time of year again when students all over campus must contend with the one thing that stresses them out the most: finals. Students take different lengths to make sure that they are able to pass their finals, like studying, tutoring, or getting plenty of rest. …

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