Monthly Archive: March 2017

Mar 22

Challengers Seek a Challenge

By: Dylan Doyle, East Staff Writer On Wednesday, February 22nd, our Tri-C women’s basketball team, the Challengers, played their final home game of the season at the Eastern Campus. They triumphed 96-45 against the Commodores from Lorain County Community College. This final home game also included a celebration of the school’s sophomores, featuring free hotdogs …

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Mar 22

The Ever-So-Important Dress to Impress Fashion Show

By: Charles Hardin, West Staff Writer   The Dress to Impress Fashion Show took place on February 15th, and was apart of the Western Campus Student Success Week. Campus Activities Board (CAB) and Student Government sponsored the event. A variety of different occasions and how to dress for them were covered; including, a wedding, cocktail …

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Mar 22

ThRIve & the Entrepreneur Expo

By: Deniece Diggins, East Editor in Chief ThRIve is a business organization led by students at the Metro Campus that strives to promote entrepreneurship while positively impacting the community thru local engagement. Each year, Tri-C students contend for 1 of 4 coveted spots in the ThRIve office, where they can learn first-hand about entrepreneurship and …

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Mar 22

Achieving More for the Buck at Tri-C

By: Daniela Cacho, West Staff Writer   Ohio is listed as one of the most expensive states to attend a four-year college. University of Cincinnati, Miami University, Kent State University, and Ohio State University are just to name a few of the higher tuition colleges in the state. On the other hand, Ohio has a …

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Mar 22

Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter Cleveland Rian Brown Communicates with Tri-C Students about Social Issues

By John Kay, Western Campus Editor-in-Chief    Tri-C hosted Rian Brown on February 23rd for its continuation of the “Celebrating Diversity Series.” Rian Brown is the co-founder of Black Lives Matter Cleveland, and also works with grassroots organizations in Michigan, Cleveland, and Kalamazoo. She has dedicated her life to the long-haul effort to bring awareness …

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Mar 22

Baseball Team Seeks to Repeat as Conference Champs, Return to Playoffs

By: Hannah Lovejoy, West Staff Writer   After a phenomenal 2016 campaign in which the team was ranked as high as sixth nationally among junior and community colleges, the Tri-C Challenger baseball team begins its season with four games in Georgia this weekend. It is seeking to repeat as Ohio Community College Athletic Conference champions, …

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Mar 22

Tri-C Community Helps Its Fellow Students

By: Molly Black, Metro Staff Writer For those students that have a need for assistance with food and toiletries, there is help in the form of the Student Life Food Pantry. Students can look to other students for help, whether it is due to short-term need or whatever your situation may be. This free-for-students Food …

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Mar 22

Heard in the Hallways: The Student Voices on College Improvement

By Tammy Merritt, West Staff Writer     What changes would you like to see at Tri-C?   Curtis Leonard Major: Liberal Arts “A better connection with counselors instead of an in and out kind of a thing. Also a shuttle bus in the parking lot to bring people in from the far reaches of …

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Mar 22

Black American Council Presents African-American Male Think Tank

By: Isa Moore, Metro Staff Writer Coming to our Metro Campus on March 22, 2017 is the ‘African American Male Think Tank’. Professor Terry Web and Jacques Smith from the Black American Council decided to put together an event that would teach Black males how to manage their money. There will be a panel of …

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Mar 22

True Life: Ensuring Success for Int’l & Veteran Students

By Aaron Moorman, Social Media Editor Among the many faculty and staff members at Tri-C, there are none quite like Damian Thorkelson. Though Mr. Thorkelson is not the only VA Certifier at the Western campus, he is currently the only individual authorized to process paperwork for international students. With a significant student population that are …

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