Monthly Archive: October 2015

Oct 23

NABJ REGION II CONFERENCE ON COVERING COMEBACK CITIES

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Oct 13

Tri-C… 100% Smoke Free?

By Angela Wolfe   As you step on to any one of the Cuyahoga Community College campuses on the first day of the Fall 2016 semester, you will immediately notice something is missing. Smoke!   Meghan Estes, District Director for Health and Wellness, and head of the Smoke-Free Taskforce, was elated to share the news …

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Oct 13

Heard in the Hallways

By Sharmayne Schaffer   What are your thoughts on Issue 3?

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Oct 13

Japanese Grant Takes the Program to New Heights

By Tailyn Nevels   Tri-C has been awarded a 30,000 grant from the Japan Foundation to expand its Japanese language program. The new grant may possibly open doors for more Japanese courses. The college is hoping to hire a full-time instructor for the program. Not only will it provide students with more lecture courses, but …

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Oct 13

Against: Issue 3: Ohio’s Fight for Legalization

By Anthony Travagliante   Vote No In November issue 3, the legalization of marijuana, will hit the ballot. Marijuana is one of the up and coming topics of today. From the republican nation debate to you every day person, everyone is talking about Marijuana, but is it the right choice? Statistically speaking marijuana is doing …

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Oct 13

For: Issue 3: Ohio’s Fight for Legalization

By Litho Freeman   Vote Yes On November 3rd, 2015 Ohioans will have the decision to vote in or out the legalization of marijuana. If Issue 3 passes, Ohio will become the fifth state to allow medical and recreational marijuana use. Marijuana use has been rising since 2007 and is now the most used illegal …

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Oct 13

An Open Door To The Arts: Tri-C is offering free yearlong memberships to The Cleveland Museum of Arts to 1,000 students

By Tamara Jackson   Tri-C has opened a door to the arts by joining with the Cleveland Museum of Art and extending 1000 free one-year, non-renewable memberships to its students. By receiving these memberships, students have the chance to explore and learn through different events and art functions around the museum.   The membership with …

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Oct 13

The Immortalists

By Alaina Bradley   Would you want to live forever? That’s the story behind Tri-C Common Reading of the novel The Postmortal by Drew Magary. At each campus, Common Reading committees have planned several programs to get students more immersed in the reading. At East Campus, a recent movie screening of the documentary The Immortalists …

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Oct 13

Recreational Fun on the Weekends

By Catherine Cesa   The Recreation Department at Tri-C’s Western Campus offers several open activities for students, faculty and staff members, and senior citizens are able to enjoy during the Fall Semester. If you are someone who likes to be in the water then take advantage of the open swimming pool. Located in the Recreation …

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Oct 13

A Time for Change

By Kayla Julian   The Cuyahoga Challengers women’s basketball team is heading into the 2015-2016 season armed and ready! With a disappointing season behind them, Coach Derrick Williams believes this season will be a huge improvement from last year’s fiasco. The eight-year head coach admits that everything will be 100% better and each player is …

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