Monthly Archive: September 2015

Sep 30

Tri-C to Sex Offenders: You Must Report

By Angela Wolfe   A change in Tri-C’s admission policy adopted June 25 by the Board of Trustees would prohibit some sex offenders from attending the college. The Board adopted the Student Sexual Offense and Child Victim Admissions Reporting Policy in the wake of several stories in The Voice student newspaper about sex offenders on …

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Sep 30

#HipHopHomecoming Event Brings Music Legend To The Metro Campus

By: Tamara Jackson, Metro Staff Writer Talk of Tri-C’s second annual Hip Hop Homecoming had been filling the air since the beginning of the school year. On Sept. 17th anticipating students swarmed the Metro campus courtyard as the Homecoming concert got started. With Tri-C teaming up with the affiliates of the Ohio Hip Hop Awards, …

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Sep 29

Heard in the Hallways

By: Alaina Bradley   Students are asked what their expectations are for the upcoming elections.            

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Sep 29

An Economic Revolution: The Relevance of Elections

By Melanie Ellis   In the last 15 years, the signs that our economy is experiencing a heavy turmoil that is slowly deteriorating, have become even worse. It is no secret that our economy is experiencing a recession. With the constant increase in prices, such as gas and taxes, bankruptcy, losing a business or financial …

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Sep 29

Improving Tri-C’s Dining Options

By Catherine Cesa   Students from different countries and cultures are always looking for something quick to grab and eat between classes whether in the morning or afternoon. At the Western Campus, the Westwood Café, located in the Student Service Building, offers a variety of foods for every appetite. The Café features a daily special, …

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Sep 29

STUDENTS AND FACULTY DISAPPOINTED IN NEW MY TRI-C SPACE UPDATE

By Joanne Ferrone   The consensus is in regarding the so-called “improvements” made to MyTri-C Space! Simply stated, “total failure.” After completing random interviews with Tri-C students, faculty, support staff, and administrative staff members, located at the three campus locations, students and faculty expressed the utmost disappointment about the website. While on the other hand, …

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Sep 29

C.A.B. IS THE GROUP FOR YOU!!

By: Tracy Hudson   Is there a particular activity or event you would like to see on campus? Would you like to become more involved in extracurricular activities? If so, CAB is the group for you! Campus Activities Board, also known as CAB, is a fun and creative organization. The purpose of CAB is to …

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Sep 28

Student Spotlight: Michael Culp, Board Student Scholar

By Rashida Jones   Michael Culp, 47, felt like he wasn’t smart enough to go straight to college, let alone one day hold the position of Board Student Scholar here at Cuyahoga Community College. Culp thought the military would be more suitable for him as an alternative transition from high school to college. He joined …

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Sep 28

Soccer Star Takes On New Role After Season-Ending Injury

By Robert Fenbers   When Tevin Williams looks into the mirror he doesn’t see someone with a season-ending injury. Instead, he sees an engaged player who is using his gifted talent in a different way. Williams’ season was cut short after tearing his ACL in his right knee during an alumni game held on Aug …

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Sep 28

Q and A with Joseph Minek – Adjunct Faculty in Visual Communications and Design

By Don Hill   How long have you taught at Tri-C, and what courses do you teach? This semester I’m teaching Digital Imaging I and II. In the past, I’ve also taught Photography I and have been on the Tri-C faculty since August of 2013. How would you describe your work? The first [thing] I …

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