Category Archive: Metro campus

News for or by the Metro campus contributing staff and/or editors.

Oct 25

Who Will Stop This Hate

A poem by Rose Reichard, Metro Campus Staff Writer What’s with people these days? Picking on the innocent Always putting them down Who will stand up to those people? Who will fight back and help the weak? Who will stop this hate? Is this our true human nature? Will we always stand to the side …

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Apr 25

Your Mission Vs. My Vision

Poem written by: Tammie Robinson You say you love me how is this true You take every opportunity to turn my sunny days blue You are happy when I am down and out Since you found out I enrolled in school all you do is scream and shout You walk around screaming you’re the man …

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Apr 25

A STRONG WOMAN IS A POSITIVE WOMAN

By: Tracy Hudson, Metro Editor-in-Chief Moneeke Davis is the epitome of a strong and positive woman. She is a humanitarian, a woman of strength, love, happiness, discipline, chaos and indifference.  As the daughter of a drug addicted mother, her life began on a rollercoaster and continued as such in her journey to overcome many obstacles. …

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Apr 10

“Tommy LiPuma, Music Producer and Philanthropist, Dies at 80”

By: Molly Black, Metro Staff Writer Less than two months after his annual talk to a classroom of Tri-C’s Metropolitan Campus’s Recording Arts & Technology students, local philanthropist and multi-Grammy-winning music producer, Mr. Thomas (Tommy) LiPuma died in hospital in Manhattan, on March 13, 2017. He passed away after being hospitalized for pneumonia, according to Billboard Magazine. “Students were in awe of Tommy,” said …

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Apr 10

CAMPUS POLICE ARE HERE FOR EVERYONE’S SAFETY

Written By: Professor Zimmerman News Writing class:  Brittany Cleveland, Fiona Hughes, Kelley Notaro, Jonathan Stanton and Christopher Thomas A guy sitting on a bench was acting weird; he made a student feel uncomfortable, and she called campus police. In fact, the man wasn’t a danger to anyone, but he was moments away from a diabetic …

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Mar 22

Tri-C Community Helps Its Fellow Students

By: Molly Black, Metro Staff Writer For those students that have a need for assistance with food and toiletries, there is help in the form of the Student Life Food Pantry. Students can look to other students for help, whether it is due to short-term need or whatever your situation may be. This free-for-students Food …

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Mar 22

Black American Council Presents African-American Male Think Tank

By: Isa Moore, Metro Staff Writer Coming to our Metro Campus on March 22, 2017 is the ‘African American Male Think Tank’. Professor Terry Web and Jacques Smith from the Black American Council decided to put together an event that would teach Black males how to manage their money. There will be a panel of …

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Feb 27

Heard In The Hallways: In Honor of Black History Month

By: Tracy Hudson, Metro Editor-in-Chief   Who is an African American You Hold in High Regards and Respect and Why? Tyra Lardell — Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson is an African American woman that I hold to a high regard and respect. Katherine was a physicist and mathematician who worked for NASA in 1953 to 1986. …

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Feb 27

Hall of Fame: CHRIS DENARI

By: Tracy Hudson, Metro Editor-in-Chief Professor John Kerezy’s long-time friend, Chris Denari, volunteered his personal time to meet with Tri-C students interested in journalism and/or broadcasting at the Quicken Loans Arena before broadcasting the Pacers vs. Cavs game to share his experience about his career path. The Cleveland Cavs was generous for letting the students …

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Feb 13

Tommy LiPuma Speaks on Campus about Live Production

By:  Molly Black, Metro Staff Writer Legendary music producer and local philanthropist, Tommy LiPuma spoke on Monday, January 30, 2017, to a packed classroom of Recording Arts & Technology (RAT) students (and G. Paul Cox, Ph.D., dean of Creative Arts) at Metro campus about live production and how to best approach it. It was a …

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