Monthly Archive: November 2016

Nov 21

Dining with Dylan: Café 4250

By: Dylan Doyle, East Staff Writer       For students on the Eastern Campus who want a break from the food offered by the cafeteria or vending machines, Cafe 4250 provides a nice alternative. Located in EEC Room 180F, this small student run restaurant has a comfortable and classy feel. Cafe 4250 operates from 11:15 to …

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Nov 21

Jon Ronson Discusses Public Shaming

By: Molly Black, Metro Staff Writer Western Campus of Tri-C was the last stop of an eighteen-month book tour for Jon Ronson, bestselling author, who spoke at the four campuses before taking a deserved break. His book, So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed, is a best-selling non-fiction about how the population of social media, especially Twitter, …

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Nov 21

Tri-C’s Fear Factor Event: Where Your Fears Become A Reality

By: Joanne Ferrone, West Associate Editor Imagine a world where your greatest fears become a reality. That’s what happened to contestants at Tri-C West on Oct. 27 during the Campus Activities Board’s Fear Factor event. Ten students battled in an assortment of thrilling and bone-chilling stunts to compete for a grand prize. The rules of …

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Nov 21

Ted Koppel Headlined Tri-C’s 2016 Presidential Scholarship Luncheon

By: Tracy Hudson, Metro Editor-in-Chief Ted Koppel was the keynote speaker at Cuyahoga Community College Foundation’s 2016 Presidential Scholarship Luncheon. The annual event was hosted by Renaissance Cleveland Hotel in the Grand ballroom on November 1, 2016. There were approximately 1,000 community members in attendance for this year’s event. More than $1.3 million was raised …

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Nov 21

What Does It Mean to Be Well-Educated?

By: John Kay, West Staff Writer No one will say the dreaded words. Those uncomfortable words make us cringe at the very thought of the question: is education done right? This difficult question is not just for the institutions that “educate us,” but it goes out to its very participates. For years, people of all …

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Nov 21

Tri-C Paralegal Program

By: Matthew J. Albright, West Contributing Writer Cuyahoga Community College plays a significant role in preparing students for employment in legal positions. The goal of Tri-C’s Paralegal Program is to make its graduates the very best paralegals, who will in the highest demand among attorneys in our area. One lawyer from a prominent Cleveland-area law …

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Nov 21

Melanie Roncone, Alumna of Tri-C

By: Morgan Bush, Metro Staff Writer Life is always by chance or the chance you let go…….. Melanie Roncone is an author and a former Tri-C student. She took her core classes at Tri-C then transferred to Kent State University where she obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and English. Roncone writes under a pen …

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Nov 21

Students’ Views On “Rate My Professor”

By: Tammy Merritt, West Contributing Writer Are you a student trying to find a class that fits your busy schedule and you have found it to be a bit challenging and stressful to accomplish? Not to mention, trying to find the right teacher with a particular teaching style that you can adapt to. There’s a …

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Nov 21

Road Construction Dragging On

By: Aaron Moorman, West Social Media Editor In any urban environment, there are going to be periodic construction projects to maintain and upgrade the infrastructure used on a daily basis by residents. Sometimes, only resurfacing or filling in various potholes is required. Often, however, the widening of heavily-traveled roads and adding turning-only lanes is needed …

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Nov 08

Tri-C and Diversity

By: John Kay, West Contributing Writer Cuyahoga Community College believes in the power and importance of diversity in education. The college’s stance on diversity has been a constant throughout the years and continues to develop to enable more student involvement. Tri-C has multiple campuses across Cuyahoga County, but its statement on diversity remains the same. …

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