Monthly Archive: February 2015

Feb 23

Student Profile: Aswan Harris

By Darryl Maddox Voice Staff Writer    Meet Aswan Harris, a student in a sea of many who attends Tri – C Metro Campus. What makes Harris stand out from the rest of the students is, he has made his way into Hollywood, a place that only few become successful at an acting career.     Aswan has …

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Feb 23

Celebrating Dr. king

by Jessica Smith, Metro Associate Editor      Following Cuyahoga Community College’s 37th Annual birthday celebration and observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Tri-C hosted a brunch for students, faculty and staff from both Cuyahoga Community College and Cleveland State University campuses for a morning of collective sharing of thoughts and sentiments around the issue of civil rights. …

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Feb 23

Computers Stolen

by Angela Wolfe Metro Editor-in-Chief An active investigation is underway at Cuyahoga Community College, Metro Campus, where a burglary/theft has occurred at “The Voice” newspaper office located in the Campus Center. The crime took place during the winter break of the 2014-2015 school year. The items stolen were two Apple iMac desktop computers and a …

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Feb 23

Challengers Look for Fresh Start as Spring Training Begins

By Robert Fenbers Sports Editor Ron Mottl Field is covered in a snowy mess right now – some might say that is what the team was last year, a mess. This year brings much change to the Tri-C baseball team: new head coach, coaching staff and a total of 6 returning players. The Challengers finished …

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Feb 23

The Heart of the Matter

By Catrina Leone Columnist Illustration by Roger San Juan When you’re living with a chronic condition, it’s hard not to put an expiration date on your life. I’m Catrina Leone and this is my story. Some may be wondering what triggered me to title this article “The Heart of the Matter.” I can say it …

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Feb 23

Lady Challengers Scratch and Claw Their Way to Victory

By Robert Fenbers Sports Editor Playing down to competition has been a common occurrence all season for the Challengers. It was almost their undoing yet again. Perhaps an ominous sign that this game against Lorain County Community College was going to be a tough one – the team bus broke down on the way to …

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Feb 23

Challengers Overcome Bench Drama

By Mitchel Guy Sports Reporter The Challengers took out the Commodores of Lorain Community College 96-70 last Wednesday in Elyria despite a fight between two players on the bench. The last time these two teams met it was a blowout in Tri-C’s favor. Expectations were high coming into this contest between conference rivals. The Commodores …

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Feb 18

Depleted Challengers Fall to Owens

By Mitchel Guy Sports Writer The Challengers lost 81-67 Wednesday night to the Owens Community College Express. The Express were in third place in the conference coming into this contest. The Challengers did not show up ready to play in this game. Afterwards, Coach Michael Duncan said “I think, right now, we lack leadership.” No …

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Feb 17

New Year, New Semester

By Catherine Cesa, Staff Reporter Spring 2015 has arrived with a lot of happiness and excitement, but at the same time with worries for the new classes, new friends, new professors, and new goals. Most students let their attitudes and behaviors set limits on their accomplishments. But everyone can accomplish anything if you are tough …

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Feb 16

2015 Tri-C High school Rock-Off

By:Jessica Smith And the winner is! M4! Congratulations to the 2015 High School Rock off champions who ended the month long event with a victory over 49 of Northeast Ohio’s best high schools bands.  The competition this year was tough but M4 was tougher! Tri-C’s 19th Annual High School Rock off took place at the …

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