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Date registered: September 20, 2011

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  1. The Colored Museum Opening this Weekend at Tri-C West — November 2, 2017
  2. SOCCER: Tri-C Earns a Win Against Ancilla, but Loses to Schoolcraft — November 2, 2017
  3. BASEBALL: Tri-C Challengers Win Three Games in a Row — November 2, 2017
  4. An A+ Outfit for an A+ Presentation: How to Dress Confidently for Class Presentations — November 2, 2017
  5. Tri-C Students Learn to Be Leaders at Student Leadership Retreat — October 25, 2017

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Nov 02

The Colored Museum Opening this Weekend at Tri-C West

By Richard Monastra, West Staff Writer The Colored Museum is a comedy written in 1986 and designed to satirize the way African Americans were seen in popular culture. It was created with the intent to shock audiences and thus contains some fairly outlandish premises. The play is set up in 11 separate “skits” ranging from an alien’s struggle on Earth …

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Nov 02

SOCCER: Tri-C Earns a Win Against Ancilla, but Loses to Schoolcraft

By Brendan Madden, West Campus Staff Writer Cuyahoga Community College’s men’s soccer team, the Challengers, won a hard-fought victory against Ancilla College on September 24 with a final score of 2-1. At the end of the first half, it looked as if Ancilla College had this one in the bag. But, as Head Soccer Coach Anderson put it, “We …

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Nov 02

BASEBALL: Tri-C Challengers Win Three Games in a Row

By Brendan Madden, West Campus Staff Writer Cuyahoga Community College’s baseball team, the Challengers, started strong on the nine-inning game against the Windsor Selects on September 22. Tri-C had a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning, with Dustin Redish pitching. Redish dominated the opposing team, almost inducing a no-hitter game for the Windsor Selects. The …

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Nov 02

An A+ Outfit for an A+ Presentation: How to Dress Confidently for Class Presentations

By Brittany Cleveland, Metro Campus Staff Writer So, you have an upcoming presentation in front of your professor and classmates. You want to make a good impression. You can feel confident with your speech by being confident with how you look! Prepare your outfit the night before your presentation. Look through your closet to find two possible options. Be mindful that …

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Oct 25

Tri-C Students Learn to Be Leaders at Student Leadership Retreat

By Lore Smith, East Campus Associate Editor Student leaders from Cuyahoga Community College gathered for a highly participatory leadership retreat on September 22 at the Hospitality Management Center. These students engaged in different activities to recognize their ability to lead. Participants also evaluated their perceptions and biases about leadership in small group activities. The facilitators generated discussions and activities regarding the …

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Oct 25

Sally Kurowski Retires After 31 Years at Tri-C

By Richard Monastra, West Campus Staff Writer “My grandfather always stressed the importance of education,” said Sally Kurowski,Director of Developmental Education and Learning Services at Cuyahoga Community College. “I am fortunate to be the first in my family to earn a college degree.” Kurowski’s love of learning only grew from there. “When I thought about what I wanted to …

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Oct 25

Surviving Hurricane Irma

By Tracy Dawn, West Campus Associate Editor To say Hurricane Irma was devastating is an understatement. Florida residents were urged to evacuate in all parts of the state. Some people were unable to leave, living a nightmare while they were forced to stay and “wait it out.” “The first thing that was depleted was gas and water,” said Laura …

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Oct 25

Who Will Stop This Hate

A poem by Rose Reichard, Metro Campus Staff Writer What’s with people these days? Picking on the innocent Always putting them down Who will stand up to those people? Who will fight back and help the weak? Who will stop this hate? Is this our true human nature? Will we always stand to the side …

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Oct 02

Student Government of Westshore Campus

By Michelle Smith, Westshore Campus Staff Writer and Student Government President Be the change you want to see on campus. Student Government is available for students to express the need for changes they want to see on and around their campus. It’s the voice of the student body. The Student Government of Westshore Campus meets at the …

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Oct 02

Men’s Soccer: Challengers Are Victorious Against Lakeland CC

By Brendan Madden, West Campus Staff Writer, and Fiona Hughes, West Campus Editor-in-Chief The score was 2-1. John Carroll University beat Cuyahoga Community College’s men’s soccer team, the Challengers, on September 5. Throughout the match, the referees made many questionable calls. During the second half of the game, Number 15 from John Carroll university was left injured, lying on the …

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