Daniela Cacho

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Tri-C Dance Professor Wins Outstanding Contributions to the Advancement of Dance Artform Award

By Daniela Cacho Born in Italy, grew up in Atlanta, and now names Cleveland her home, Sarah Morrison expresses her creative outlet by dance and also teaches this art form at Cuyahoga Community College. “I came to Cleveland on a scholarship to go to Case Western for my dancing, it was a choreography scholarship. I …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2018/05/08/tri-c-dance-professor-wins-outstanding-contributions-to-the-advancement-of-dance-artform-award/

Justin Nozuka Returns to Cleveland

By Daniela Cacho Justin Nozuka made a friendly stop back to Cleveland promoting his recent release, Low Tide on a                  co-headline tour with Good Old War. The city welcomed Nozuka to the House of Blues in the Cambridge Room on March 11th. Nozuka and his supporting bandmates put on a …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2018/03/19/justin-nozuka-returns-to-cleveland/

One of many Tri-C Alumni Contains a Creator of Children’s Literature

By Daniela Cacho Lorin Morgan-Richards is an author and illustrator, primarily of children’s literature. His work is contained of sharpened pencil-like sketches with a dash of crawly images added at times from drawing to drawing. His story-telling follows the rhythm of his artwork, a mind-capturing way of expression. Richards’ movement to his creative career began at Cuyahoga Community College. Richards attended two of Tri-C’s locations. ‘’I first …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2018/02/26/one-of-many-tri-c-alumni-contains-a-creator-of-childrens-literature/

Got Melanin?

By Daniela Cacho February represents Black History Month. Black History Month embraces the recognition of the achievements and work African Americans have done across the world. This year, Black History Month presents the theme “African Americans in Times of War.” 100 years has passed since The First World War. Communities around the nation are reflecting on historical events that prized African …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2018/02/26/got-melanin/

Saving Money After Class

It is well known that Cuyahoga Community College students have a lot to accomplish on a day to day basis. Students are studying, doing homework, and preparing for exams while balancing personal dilemmas. It is best to a student’s knowledge that they should be aware their college Tri-C ID can get discounts to multiple stores. Both Cleveland local …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2018/02/12/saving-money-class/

Back-to-School Tips

Winter in Cleveland is brutal, so spending the days outside once the sun finally comes out is addicting. This makes planning for school a lesser priority. Putting away the sunglasses and switching to reading glasses can be difficult, but with some easy-to -follow tips, the transition back to school will go smoothly. ●Prepare for the school day the night prior. …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2017/09/30/back-school-tips/