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An Absolutely Remarkable Escape Room

On November 6th, Tri-C Western Campus held an event featuring an escape room, where students were invited to solve puzzles to pass through various classrooms within the college to complete the challenge in the fastest amount of time. The theme within the escape room was centered around the school-wide common read book, An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank …

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Won’t you Please be my Neighbor Again?

Throughout his adult life, Mr. Rogers weighed exactly 143 pounds. Every day after his swim at the Pittsburgh Athletic club, he would weigh himself and always see 143 pounds. This is not just a guy who obsessed about his weight or had a crazy metabolism. To Mr. Rogers, this was something more symbolic and something that we all need to …

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The Importance of Your Personal Brand

When someone asks you to describe your personal brand, what is the first thing that you think of? For some they may describe the clothes that they wear, for others the description is the business that they own. No matter what you think your personal brand is just remember that it is a representation of …

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Confronting Poverty Among College Students

Cuyahoga Community College held its third annual Confronting Poverty Among College Students conference Friday, October 25th, at the Western Campus. The conference was organized by the Institute for Poverty and Urban Education, and directed by Julia Krevans.   “College can and should be a ladder to economic improvement for all families,” Krevans states. “Educators, researchers and community leaders need …

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This is Me

Pronouns are important to people, especially in the LGBTQ+ community. It reflects who we are as a person and our values. The pronouns people use are he/him/his, she/her/hers, they/them/theirs, and xe. No matter which you use, it is a part of who you are as a human.       We sat down with Dr. Flatt and asked …

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A Vein of Empathy: FYE Program Radiates with Compassion.

Starting college is undeniably a major life event and can be incredibly daunting to some students, especially first generation college students and late-bloomers. The First Year Experience program is a crash course in navigating and thriving in a college environment. An umbrella title given to several interrelated programs, FYE is helping students assimilate, succeed, and become the autonomous, resilient, and confident …

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Walls of Love

On Dec. 3, 2019, Cuyahoga Community College’s Mandel Scholars are participating in the Wall of Love service activity. We are asking the students at Tri-C to please join in and donate items such as scarves, gloves, mittens and hats for the homeless. Anyone at Tri-C is welcome to be a part of this activity. To help out, you can put the items you bring onto the wall. Soon, …

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I’m Graduating from College. I’m Also Sixteen Years Old

How old were you when you graduated from college? Imagine doing it at 17-years-old. That’s my life; well, not yet, I’m only 16-years-old.  I am a 16-year-old soon-to-be graduate of Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) and Shaker Heights High School. My mother was really adamant about me not skipping any grades, so that I could stay with my …

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Stomp Is the New Mascot Tri-C Deserves

On Monday, September 9th at 11:00 A.M. at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C)’s Metro campus had a dinosaur-sized event as the introduction of a new mascot, Stomp the Triceratops, made its first ever debut to the public. This was not only the reveal of our long-horned companion – it was also the celebration of Stomp receiving its new name. It is …

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We All Could Use a Quick Bite, Can’t We?

  Being a college student often means that you’re always on the go. This busy lifestyle sometimes can cause us to forget very simple things like eating, but when you do remember it’s good to know what choices you have. There are many food options located in and around Cuyahoga Community College’s Eastern campus. There …

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