November 2015 archive

To Cure or Not To Cure – That is the Question, as Postmortal Author Visits Tri-

By Tiffany Bartel  Whether to live forever and suffer the fight for dwindling resources and bask in the overdevelopment of the human race, or to die as nature intended. As charming as living forever sounds, writer Drew Magary presents a dark vision of hauntingly realistic truths of immortality in his novel, The Postmortal. A work …

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James Flanigan           Q and A with Luke Schlueter Recently, I sat down with Dr. Schlueter to find out a little more about “The Postmortal”, the Common Reading Program, and his thoughts regarding the book. What is the Common Reading Program and how exactly does it work? “It’s a program where …

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Bistro 87

By Angela Wolfe I’ve past Bistro 87 many times, and each time I was greeted in passing by the welcoming face of a host or hostess, not to mention the mouthwatering aroma of the day’s spread. However, today was different. Instead of walking by, and giving a gentle smile, I stepped inside the student-ran restaurant …

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Connecting on a Human Level

By: Naizhjay McDaniel and Tatiana Axson, Metro Staff Writers It was definitely a huge importance to keep an open mind during the LGBT Ally Celebration held here at the Metro campus is various locations. Many facts were given in one day, and if you didn’t know anything walking into the event, more than likely it …

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Highlighting: Massage Therapy

By Robert Fenbers Did you know Tri-C is the first community college in Northeast Ohio to offer an associate of applied science degree in Massage Therapy? The Massage program began in 1998 and opened its clinic in 1999. Located on the Eastern Campus, the program offers students a wide variety of ways to complete their …

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Back and Better than ever

By Kayla Julian   Coach Michael Duncan: Back and Better Than Ever! As we approach this upcoming basketball season, I had the opportunity to speak with Coach Michael Duncan regarding his thoughts on this year’s team. Last year, the season didn’t quite meet the expectations of Duncan and the team. Also, his mentality and goal …

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