Monthly Archive: October 2016

Oct 07

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Attention Tri-C community! Muhammad Hamideh is a talented artist competing to win a scholarship but he needs our help. Simply log into your IG and like his video to help him get in the running. https://instagram.com/p/BLGwX3fgcNX/ You can also watch his full video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rREfMCCZJag 

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Oct 05

Fashion Column Opening!

Calling all Tri-C students! The Voice is looking for students who love to showcase their style and fashion to feature in the student newspaper and website. Are you fashion forward? Do you have a great fall/winter look? Do you effortlessly make a statement with the clothes you wear? If you said yes then we want …

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Oct 05

Adoption Available for Free!

By: Jennifer Artino, Western Campus Social Media Editor       Cuyahoga Community College Western Campus has a vet tech program in which it is completely free to adopt each animal. The program carries throughout the year where students get to build relationships with pets throughout the Fall and Spring semester. Amanda, a Vet Tech pursuant student, …

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Oct 05

Food for Thought

By: Tracy Hudson, Metro Campus Editor-in-Chief The cafeteria at the Metro Campus Center is closed this semester, Fall 2016, for renovations. A new food service, Metro Express, is now open and located in the South Concourse which was previously named Bistro 57. A college cafeteria serves many purposes beyond just providing food. It is a …

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Oct 05

School Price Matching Policy

By: Dylan Doyle, Eastern Campus Staff Writer This Fall semester marks the introduction of the new price matching policy at the campus bookstore. The policy provides students with the opportunity to save a potentially substantial amount of money through a relatively simple process. Here’s how it works – compare the price of your books with …

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Oct 05

Tri-C Media Reporters Gain RNC Experience

  By: Wendy Dean, Western Campus Editor-in-Chief   Four students from Cuyahoga Community College’s –The Voice paper, worked efficiently to cover the 2016 Republican National Convention (RNC) in Cleveland during the week of July 18. On Ground Tracy Hudson, Metro’s Editor-in-Chief, contributed coverage of the RNC along with editing stories before they were submitted for …

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Oct 05

Take Advantage of Ways to Save

By Wendy Dean, Western Campus Editor-in-Chief The fall semester is underway, and Cuyahoga Community College students are faced with several expenses. Tuition, textbooks, electronics, computer software and school supplies are among the top costs for students. With college costs adding up, students are eager to learn alternative ways to budget money. Here are a few …

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Oct 05

Women Overcoming the Storms of Life with the Help of Women In Transition

By: Lore C-Smith         Tri-C has a long history of providing resources and programs to benefit its students from many different and unique walks of life. Whether you are a student learning English as a second language, or a student that hasn’t been to school in a few years, Tri-C will guide you through whatever …

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