Monthly Archive: November 2015

Nov 14

Foster Care… We Care

By Sharmayne Schaffer and Angela Wolfe Tri-C has a place and resources for people who have aged out of foster care      Only 58% will graduate high school by age 19.     More than one in five will become homeless after 18.  One in four will have a run in with the criminal justice system …

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Nov 12

Top 10 Apps Every Student Should Have

By Angela Wolfe   We all know that apps are fun, helpful, and easy to use, but did you know about the ones below? Check them out and see if any fit your needs. By the way, they are all free, and iPhone and Android friendly J   PhotoMath – Scan, save, and solve math …

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Nov 12

Man on the Street

By Angela Wolfe   Top apps to download, all college edition.

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Nov 12

Career Development Week

By Tamara Jackson   As a part of National Career Development month, employment development professionals are encouraged to celebrate with professional related activities. Tri-C is taking a week out to acknowledge just that!   Starting November 16th, Tri-C Metro will be holding a number of sessions and discussions for students about proven steps to success, …

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Nov 12

48-Hour Film Project

By Naizhjay McDaniel and Litho Freeman One might say creating a film requires long hours, and hard work. What if you only had 48 hours? The 48 Hour Film Project is the world’s largest traveling film festival. The nationwide tour travels from city to city to allow filmmakers to compete. The objective is to see …

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Nov 12

ACP/CMA Conference

Over the Halloween weekend more than 2,000 student journalists from around the nation immersed themselves in the journalistic culture of the Associated Collegiate Press/College Media Association convention in Austin, Texas. As stated in the ACP/CMA National College Media Convention booklet, there’s no better place to apply your journalistic skills than the city dubbed “Weirdest” in …

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Nov 12

Heard in the Hallways

By Robert Fenbers   With the Cavs coming so close to winning an NBA championship last year, The Voice took to the hallways of Tri-C to find out if students believe they win it all in 2016.

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Nov 12

A Look Back on a Rough Season

Kayla Julian   The Cuyahoga Challengers Women’s Volleyball team had a tough season. As we look back from their time on the court, it wasn’t an impressive display for the ladies. However off the court, it was a different scenario. I had the opportunity to speak with Holly Hoffman, the 5′ 5″ freshman setter from …

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Nov 12

Football Program still unavailable to interested Tri-C student athletes

by Rommel Thorpe   With all the talent Northeast Ohio produces on the football field every year, it’s no wonder that Ohio is a hotbed for college coaches to recruit players. But what about the players that don’t get the opportunity to play at the collegiate level? Be it low grades or financial trouble, there …

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Nov 12

Excellence Through Assistance

By: Alaina Bradley   Are you stressing out about class with finals steadily approaching? Do you need extra help? Luckily for you Tri-C offers a great solution for its students. The Tutoring Center at Tri-C Eastern Campus is a great resource for students who have little to extreme difficulty in any class. Tutoring Center offers …

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