Category: Student Life

Chronicles of current and former Tri-C students

“Any Woman, Any Age, Any Stage” – Finding Your Future with Women in Transition

By: Jordan Johnson, West Staff Writer “You know how people always tell you that Tri-C is where futures begin? Well, this program helped me to see that I actually have a future.” These are the words used by Lisa Koelliker to describe The Women in Transition Program (WIT). Koelliker, a 2016 Tri-C grad, is not …

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Dancing with the Dean

By Dylan Dean, East Staff Writer On Monday, March 6, the first monthly activity involving Holly Craider, Dean of Student Affairs at Eastern Campus, took place. These monthly events are intended to showcase resources available to students while also providing a fun environment. The kickoff event, Dancing with the Dean, provided an hour of music, …

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The Ever-So-Important Dress to Impress Fashion Show

By: Charles Hardin, West Staff Writer   The Dress to Impress Fashion Show took place on February 15th, and was apart of the Western Campus Student Success Week. Campus Activities Board (CAB) and Student Government sponsored the event. A variety of different occasions and how to dress for them were covered; including, a wedding, cocktail …

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Achieving More for the Buck at Tri-C

By: Daniela Cacho, West Staff Writer   Ohio is listed as one of the most expensive states to attend a four-year college. University of Cincinnati, Miami University, Kent State University, and Ohio State University are just to name a few of the higher tuition colleges in the state. On the other hand, Ohio has a …

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What Does It Mean to Be Well-Educated?

By: John Kay, West Staff Writer No one will say the dreaded words. Those uncomfortable words make us cringe at the very thought of the question: is education done right? This difficult question is not just for the institutions that “educate us,” but it goes out to its very participates. For years, people of all …

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Melanie Roncone, Alumna of Tri-C

By: Morgan Bush, Metro Staff Writer Life is always by chance or the chance you let go…….. Melanie Roncone is an author and a former Tri-C student. She took her core classes at Tri-C then transferred to Kent State University where she obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and English. Roncone writes under a pen …

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Students’ Views On “Rate My Professor”

By: Tammy Merritt, West Contributing Writer Are you a student trying to find a class that fits your busy schedule and you have found it to be a bit challenging and stressful to accomplish? Not to mention, trying to find the right teacher with a particular teaching style that you can adapt to. There’s a …

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Tri-C and Diversity

By: John Kay, West Contributing Writer Cuyahoga Community College believes in the power and importance of diversity in education. The college’s stance on diversity has been a constant throughout the years and continues to develop to enable more student involvement. Tri-C has multiple campuses across Cuyahoga County, but its statement on diversity remains the same. …

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Wayne Dawson’s Future Began at Tri-C

By: Wendy Dean, West Editor-in-Chief Wayne Dawson is the co-anchor for Cleveland’s top rated morning show, Fox 8 News in the Morning, and he used to be a student at Tri-C. Dawson has won 11 Emmy awards and is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, National Association for the Advancement of Colored …

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Clothes Help Transition from School to Work

By: Molly Black, Metro Staff Writer When people are making the transition from one life event to the next, oftentimes it can be difficult and frustrating. Concerns about having the proper attire to wear to work after not working for a while, is one refrain. Women in Transition (WIT) wants to help people get the …

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