Category: Environment/Health

In an Instant

By Chris Cullen There seems not to be an inspirational story absent of struggle. The Irish have a saying that one should not ask for an easy life, but for strength of character. Greatness or the realization of a dream will always, always, come at a price. Often greatness is at the expense of exhaustive time and energy. Athletes …

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Elevators Are Failing This Semester

By Brittany Cleveland Elevator failures are not uncommon at the Metropolitan campus of Cuyahoga Community College. With close to 50 reported failures in one year, administration is committed to addressing the problem. According to a Tri-C Metro police report, a student and a staffer have experienced elevator failure. There are rumors of two other failures, that have been …

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Dates to Remember March 19 – April 1

Monday March 19–Session B (Second 8 Weeks) Begins Tuesday March 20–Session A (First 8 Weeks) Final Grades Due Wednesday March 21–FAFSA Completion Days–EAST@ 2:00 pm Thursday March 22–LGBTQ+ 101 Informative Speaker-WEST @ 1:30 pm Friday March 23–National Puppy Day Saturday March 24–World Wildlife Day Sunday March 25–In the Heat of the Night–EAST @ 7:30 pm Monday …

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Q&A with a Tri-C Earth Science Professor

By Josh Singh The Earth is our home. It contains almost everything we know, but how often do we learn about those who explain the mysteries of this complex blue rock. Professor Priyanka Banerjie has been teaching Earth Science at Tri-C for four years. Professor Banerjie’s students have called her “kind and passionate” about what she teaches. Even those who dislike learning science …

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Tri-Saving the Environment One Bottle at a Time

By Fiona Hughes “Everything that we need for our survival and well-being depends, either directly or indirectly, on our natural environment,”  the United States Environmental Protection Agency writes. “To pursue sustainability is to create and maintain the conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony to support present and future generations.” Environmental issues and sustainability are …

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Surviving Hurricane Irma

To say Hurricane Irma was devastating is an understatement. Florida residents were urged to evacuate in all parts of the state. Some people were unable to leave, living a nightmare while they were forced to stay and “wait it out.” “The first thing that was depleted was gas and water,” said Laura Marie, a resident of Pompano Beach near Fort …

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