On October 15th the gymnasium was full of anxious students looking to compete for cash prizes at the Drug and Alcohol Awareness Intensity Gameshow. Orlando Esrada, also known as Orlo Azul, has been doing this game show for 4 school […]
By Melanie Ellis Tri-C offers a wide range of different clubs and organizations that students can take advantage and become a part of every year. When being a student in college, sometimes you find it hard to keep yourself […]
By Tracy Hudson TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) is a federal program which helps students graduate with an associate degree or transfer to a 4-year school for a bachelor’s degree. The program started at the Eastern Campus on September […]
By Sharmayne Schaffer What are your thoughts on Issue 3?
By Tailyn Nevels Tri-C has been awarded a 30,000 grant from the Japan Foundation to expand its Japanese language program. The new grant may possibly open doors for more Japanese courses. The college is hoping to hire a full-time […]
By Alaina Bradley Would you want to live forever? That’s the story behind Tri-C Common Reading of the novel The Postmortal by Drew Magary. At each campus, Common Reading committees have planned several programs to get students more immersed […]
By Tracy Hudson All good writers struggle with some aspect of the writing process. The Tri-C Writing Center is one way to alleviate this burden by providing one-on-one free writing consultation for students, faculty, staff and the community at […]
By Deniece Diggins Dr. Lauren Onkey, newly appointed Dean for Humanities at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Humanities Center, brings “passion…for teaching and for trying to create environments where students can bring their best,” to the Tri-C community. With […]
By Robert Fenbers and Kayla Julian West Editor and West Staff Writer The 2015 Presidential Scholarship Luncheon had quite a different feel this year as Tri-C partnered with the Cleveland Cavaliers to welcome Magic Johnson for the event. The Renaissance […]
By: Alaina Bradley Students are asked what their expectations are for the upcoming elections.