Category: Campus News

News from Tri-C's four campuses: East, Metro, West, and Westshore

Western Kickoff

Clubs, activities, events, and just because, students have a lot of options available to them at the Western Campus of Tri-C. On September 17, Western Campus had a Kickoff event featuring many of the clubs available to participate in. The all-day event had a great turnout, and students were exposed to many different opportunities. For …

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BREAKING: West Campus Evacuated Thursday

Smoke Scare Has B-Building Closed Until Friday By Bronson Peshlakai The Tri-C Western Campus was evacuated Thursday, Oct. 24, after smoke was seen emanating from the basement in the B-section of the Liberal Arts Building, said Lt. Alliston Moreland. Three engine trucks, and a ladder truck from the Parma Fire Department responded to the smoke …

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West November 2013

Events being held at the Western Campus in 2013: Year long: Tri C Student Food Bank All donations to benefit students at TriC West. White bins are marked and located throughout the campus, or stop by Student Government next to the Student Life Office. Meet the Associate Dean of Business & Information Technology at TriC …

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Transferring to Four-Year Schools Made Easy at New Center

CTC Program Holds Benefits to Transfer to a Four-year School By: Jacqueline Diaz Metro Associate Editor Editor’s Note – This is part one of a three-part series that is designed to guide students make a choice when transferring to a four-year college after graduating from Tri-C. On Sept. 24, the Metro Campus unveiled the new …

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Tri-C Gets Jazzy with Diana Krall

Grammy Winner Gives Master Class at Metro Theatre By Marc Prince Metro Staff Reporter Tri-C received a special visit Sept. 30 by the incomparable jazz superstar, Diana Krall, where students got a chance to hear a lecture by the legend. Krall performed at PlayhouseSquare the night before to a sold-out audience. At Tri-C, the Grammy …

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Reading, Writing and Tweeting?

Old-Fashioned Learning the High Tech Way By Sharan Paul Metro Staff Reporter I have an online Biology class this semester that is killing me. Online classes do not afford the opportunity to raise a hand and ask for clarification. It is what it is. I know that online classes fit busy schedules, and provide many …

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A Bird of a Different Feather

Campus Bird Makes Nest on Metro Grounds By Lauren Mangan Metro Staff Reporter The most common reaction to seeing the strange bird roaming Tri-C’s Metro Campus is often curiosity and amusement. Many students may already have seen it wandering the visitor parking lot, which leaves them asking the questions: What is it? Where did it …

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Campus Activities Board presents a Greek event October 17 at West

October 17, the Campus Activities Board is putting together a festival of fun Greek themed games and activities. From 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, there will be a variety of races, games, activities, and laurel wreaths scattered around the North Galleria. Brought to you with the assistance of the Student Life department, this event promises …

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Calling Cosplayers! Cosplay costume contest in October

By Jeremy Hopkins/ Editor – West Around Halloween, people start showing up in costume. For those who participate in cosplay, short for costume play, this is a chance to step into more locations. Most cosplayers are proud of their costumes, and rightly so. There’s a level of craft and skill involved in making these for …

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Creating a future for someone else

By Jeremy Hopkins, West Editor “Where futures begin.”  That’s not just the tagline Cuyahoga Community College uses for advertising, that’s a belief that Nalea Sarioglo is subconsciously adopting.  Ms. Sarioglo is not only a student at Tri-C West majoring in Business Administration, she is also the president of Salvation for Kids, an charity raising money …

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