Category: Campus News

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

Available at every campus, Tutoring helps more than just those with poor grades.

By Catherine Cesa, West Staff Writer and ESL Student, Level 3 Tutoring is a great service that helps you to have better grades in classes that you have trouble with and allows you to work a tutor for thirty minutes. If, you want to go for tutoring, you have to be an enrolled student on campus. …

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THRIVE Program Seeks Next Successful Entrepreneur

Deadline to Apply is October 4 By Bronson Peshlakai Metro Campus Editor-in-Chief The THRIVE program at Tri-C Metro is seeking students who have a drive to start their own business — but hurry as the deadline to apply for this program is October 4. “THRIVE will provide students the office, the surroundings and the mentorship …

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Syrian Crisis forum today at West, open to the community

This afternoon at 3:00 in G4 in the basement of the Galleria at West is a forum regarding the Crisis in Syria, and how we should react. This presentation is co-sponsored by the International Club and the Student Peace Alliance. Professors Lyon (History) and Kerezy (Journalism and Mass Communication) will be presenting, as well as …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2013/09/19/syrian-crisis-forum-today-at-west-open-to-the-community/

Recounting 9/11: experiences from local journalists

By Jeremy Hopkins, West Editor   Local journalists recount the events after 9/11 from New York City. For some of the students just entering the college years, their memories of the events from twelve years ago are buried among warmer, fuzzier memories of childhood.  Others have the events chillingly carved into their memories forever.  This …

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A quick tour of the West campus

By Jeremy Hopkins, Western Campus So it’s the first day of classes, and you’re trying to figure your way around campus. Even if you spent some time this summer on campus, the start of a new fall semester always has a few surprises. For starters, at the western campus, the library opens at 8:00 in …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2013/08/28/a-quick-tour-of-the-west-campus/

BREAKING NEWS: Agreement Reached with Nursing Accreditation Status

By Bronson Peshlakai Metro Campus Editor-in-Chief An agreement has been reached regarding Cuyahoga Community College’s nursing accreditation status allowing the nursing program to receive a “accreditation under warning” status for the next 12 months, just days before an appeal was scheduled — now canceled. In an email sent by Tri-C District President Alex Johnson Friday, …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2013/08/09/breaking-news-agreement-reached-with-nursing-accreditation-status/

‘Give a Book, Take a Book’ Swap Program Ready for Readers

By Jeremy Hopkins Western Campus Associate Editor In a quiet alcove of the library, next to a pair of rows of comfortable chairs, sits a book shelf — with an unusual mission, for a library. While it is not unusual to find books in the library, nor is it odd to take books out of …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2013/07/31/give-a-book-take-a-book-swap-program-ready-for-readers/

Former Tri-C Student Sentenced to 30 Years

Walcott Robbed Seven Banks While Attending Business Classes at Metro By Bronson Peshlakai Metro Campus Editor-in-Chief Kevin Walcott tried to turn his life around when he started taking business courses at Cuyahoga Community College Metro Campus. Walcott’s peers and professors reacted with shock and bemusement when they learned last fall that he had attempted to …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2013/07/01/former-tri-c-student-sentenced-to-30-years/

COLUMN: Sparking Interest in Fireworks

By Jeremy Hopkins Western Campus Associate Editor Now that July has arrived, people start talking fireworks. With displays starting tonight (July 1), there are several communities that are hosting fireworks displays. While this is not a complete list, you can check out the list compiled by WJW Fox 8 news here. Parma and Parma Heights …

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West’s Retiring President Dr. Patricia Rowell Shares Wisdom, Memories

Permanent link to this article: http://www.cccvoice.com/2013/06/28/wests-retiring-president-dr-patricia-rowell-shares-wisdom-memories/