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Tri-Saving the Environment One Bottle at a Time

By Fiona Hughes “Everything that we need for our survival and well-being depends, either directly or indirectly, on our natural environment,”  the United States Environmental Protection Agency writes. “To pursue sustainability is to create and maintain the conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony to support present and future generations.” Environmental issues and sustainability are …

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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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Inspiration from an Ohio Olympian

By Chris Cullen In the grand time capsule of history, only a short time ago, a young man triumphed over struggled obstacles by working hard, never giving up, and by believing in himself. His circumstances were never perfect. Despite this, Jesse Owens held himself accountable and made the most of life’s opportunities. Owens would one day become one of …

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A Bilingual Opportunity from the Hispanic Council of Tri-C West

By Ben Jakubowski An opportunity for Cuyahoga Community College students that can fluently speak, read, and write in both Spanish and English can now apply for a Bilingual Scholarship. Thanks to a donation from Westfield Group Insurance, several internships (that pay $10 per hour) have become available through the Hispanic Council Office at Tri-C West. To get one of these …

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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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Early Road Games to Test Challengers Baseball Before Conference Opener

By Michael Dean Smith With a small group of key returning players this season, Challengers baseball manager Evan Agona says a series of road trips to the Carolinas in early March will provide good competition ahead of conference play beginning on March 23. “Our initial goal on the field is to try to get back to win …

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