Monthly Archive: April 2015

Apr 29

Editorial: Are You Sitting Next To A Sex Offender?

  Written By: Angela Wolfe, Metro Editor-in-Chief Further research conducted by the Voice staff of registered sex offenders attending Cuyahoga Community College found an alarming number of registered sex offenders who have failed to report Tri-C as their school. This is a direct violation of the student code of conduct’s general provisions, according to the …

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Apr 28

Letter To The Editor: A Response From A Registered Tier III Sex Offender

  Written By: Anonymous I read the article posted in The Voice, March 23, 2015, titled “Editorial: Sex Offenders Mingling With Minors” and I would like to comment on this subject. It has taken me a few days to digest the material presented and several feelings come to mind to describe how I felt about the article. Shocked, disturbed, and …

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Apr 28

Do you think Tri-C has a Stigma Attached to its Reputation, because it’s a 2-year Institution

By: Taras Ustrytskyy “I don’t feel that there’s a difference between a four-year and a two-year at the end of the day. You go to Yale or something, and it’s like ‘Oh! You go to Yale!’ Ohio State, Cleveland State, it’s just the name itself that has people like, ‘Yeah, I want to go there!’ …

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Apr 28

“Tri-High”

By: Dalton Ulm There is a common belief among many high school graduates and college-aged students that institutions like Cuyahoga Community College have recently developed a “Tri-High”-like stigma. Although this misconception may be somewhat true, some theories say it is attributed to the rising cost of four-year colleges and universities. It is obvious that Tri-C …

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Apr 28

Gorgeous Gardens of Tri-C

B y Melanie Elli There are many new groups and organizations that you are aware of when you first attend college. New students try many different things when they first enroll in college, such as meeting new people or joining clubs. One of the best places to go is the Tri-C Garden Center. The garden …

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Apr 28

The Rubber Band Effect

By Catrina Leone Do you ever feel like your life is like a rubber band? Stretching back and forth, back and forth until it eventually snaps…? I have been in that position multiple times. Stress and anxiety are killers for the mind, body, heart and soul. As we near the end of the semester, I …

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Apr 28

Western Campus Receives Makeover

By: Catherine Cesa Cuyahoga Community College is the oldest and largest community college in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. It was founded in 1962 and opened its doors in 1966. It is evident that each campus is well–attended to, because there always seems to be work in progress for improvements. The campuses include the Eastern …

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Apr 28

Tornado Safety Tips

Tornadoes are unpredictable and dangerous, even deadly. The average warning is only 2-3 minutes but often there is no lead time. You need to be ready at all times. The majority of tornadoes in Ohio occur in May, June, and July. Afternoon to early evening is the most common time as between 2 PM and …

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Apr 28

Challengers Baseball: Midseason Recap

By: Mitchel Guy The Challenger’s Baseball team was looking to bounce back this year after a less-than stellar, 12-21-1, performance last season. Evan Agona is in his first season as head coach for Tri-C and he has seemed to change the culture for the team. “The players have been working hard to buy into what …

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Apr 28

Veterans Today Club Brings Awareness With P.T.S.D. Event

By: Robby Fenbers Veterans Today Club Brings Awareness with P.T.S.D. Event It is a crippling mental illness, one that takes away the joys of everyday life. But awareness and education can lead to helping what is known as a daily struggle for those suffering with P.T.S.D. (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). On Monday April 6th, The Veterans …

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