Category: Student Life

Chronicles of current and former Tri-C students

Cheesy Broccoli Rice Casserole for One

Ingredients – 1 serving of Minute® Ready to Serve Rice (8.8 ounce) – 2 tablespoons of shredded cheddar cheese – 4 to 5 frozen broccoli florets – 1 tablespoon of water Instructions 1. Prepare Minute® Ready to Serve Rice (8.8 ounce) as directed on packaging 2. In a separate bowl, add water, cheese, and broccoli 3. After the …

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Saving Money After Class

It is well known that Cuyahoga Community College students have a lot to accomplish on a day to day basis. Students are studying, doing homework, and preparing for exams while balancing personal dilemmas. It is best to a student’s knowledge that they should be aware their college Tri-C ID can get discounts to multiple stores. Both Cleveland local …

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Everything You Need to Know about Tri-C’s Services

Cuyahoga Community College is pretty big. It is easy to get lost. Although, this great amount of space brings with it a great amount of services. If you have any questions, the Information Desk can answer them or point you in the right direction. This is vital. It is nice knowing no matter how lost you feel, there is someone …

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It is Never Too Late to Make a Change

Years ago, a friend told me to be careful what I pray for because I just might get it. A truer statement has never been spoken, but how my prayer was answered was not the way I envisioned it. In the spring of 2015, I decided to get sober. I was drinking every day and hooked on drugs. …

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Styles From the Motherland: AFRIKA

African clothing and style is interesting to look into. Traditional African clothing are made of several materials: Adire, Aso Oke Fabric, Barkcloth, Kente Cloth, Kiting and Mud Cloth. These materials are used to make different patterns that are pleasing to the eye. African clothing is very vibrant and powerful. The clothing can have neutral colors for formal wear to …

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Black History Facts and Upcoming Events at Tri-C

In 2009, Barack Obama became the first African American president in the United States. He was the 44th president who occupied the White House for two consecutive terms serving 2009 to 2017. He is known for: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Dodd-Frank …

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