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Sharing Rides Cuts Traveling Costs

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WINNER — 2013 Ohio Excellence in Journalism, 2nd Place, Best Feature Story, Two-year College category High fuel prices can be considered a factor to drive air, rail and ground transportation costs up when traveling, but an alternative mode of travel by buddying up with strangers is quickly becoming a trend. The Craigslist Rideshare forum is …

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Classes and Children: A Stuggling Act for Student Mothers

Just being a woman can make for a difficult day. Being a mother is a whole different story. It is a fulfilling, wonderful thing. But at the same time, it can be challenging. When you are a mother in college — married or single — it can be even more challenging. You have to really …

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Change.Org: A Small Way to Make a Big Impact

Michael Jackson said it best, “If you want to make the world a better place, take a look at yourself and make a change.” With life being as busy as it is, sometimes you can’t always take the time that you want to make a difference. Luckily in today’s society the Internet has become a …

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President Thornton Approved For Salary Increase

Jerry Sue Thornton

Cuyahoga Community College President Jerry Sue Thornton can look forward to seeing about a $2600 raise in her base salary next year, after the Board of Trustees approved the increase at a Sept. 22 board meeting. According to the board agenda background summary, Tri-C currently has a three-year contact with Thornton that expires June 30, …

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OPINION: The Death Penalty with Views and Beliefs from Tri-C Professors

By Nicholas J. McGuire Metro Campus Staff Writer The Death Penalty. It is a topic that brings to mind those certain dark objects such as needles, the chair and the noose. Many argue that it is a means for justice, while others stand in strong opposition, proclaiming that it serves no benefit to society. From …

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Tony Blair Speaks At Student Scholarship Luncheon

By Bronson Peshlakai   CLEVELAND – Business leaders, Cuyahoga Community College officials and some students were among a throng of people to hear the much-sought after keynote speaker for the Tri-C Foundation’s Presidential Scholarship Luncheon October 5. Former Prime Minister Tony Blair spoke to a packed crowd at Cleveland’s Renaissance Hotel and helped raise more …

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