Security first

By Sharan Paul, Metro Campus reporter. Rachel Paul contributing When you are on your own   Note: Due to an incident, at the Metro Campus on March 18, 2014, my daughter, Rachel Paul, joined me to co-author this story. Rachel Paul, a first year Recording Arts Major at Tri-C, approached the Student Services building and …

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Higher One invades Tri-C

Finance company helps students spend responsibly By Dezmond K. DeLeon, Metro staff writer Over the last couple months the name Higher One has been floating all over campus, which begs the question of who is Higher One and why the change? Higher One is a financial services company started by college students and designed for …

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Ring the alarm

Tri-C’s renovated Fire Academy By Marchanna Bentley, Western campus Associate Editor “I saw when it was nothing. Transitioning it from what it was to what it’s going to be has been a process.” Commander Ted Huffman, a veteran of the Cleveland Heights fire department of twenty-three years, heads the restoration project at Cuyahoga Community College’s …

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Students Give the Grade

How Our Instructors Can Be Graded Just as Much as Their Students By Sharan Paul, Metro staff reporter If you have ever had a class that was excellent, or one that was incredibly awful, what do you do? Most Tri-C students tell their classmates, or complain to other professors. Nearly all students are unsure of …

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BREAKING — President George W. Bush Selected as Scholarship Luncheon Speaker in Fall

By Bronson Peshlakai The 43rd President of the United States will speak at this year’s Tri-C Foundation’s Presidential Scholarship Luncheon on Sept. 11, 2014. George W. Bush will be the second U.S. president to speak at the luncheon that not only benefits student scholarships, but will help support veteran’s initiatives, a Tri-C spokesman said. Not …

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Breaking news: power outtage at West

By Jeremy Hopkins Around 9:25 this morning, the lights went out across the Western campus of Tri-C. Security and maintenance reported several error messages on the power station readouts while students milled casually around. In most instances, there is no sense of panic or worry. Emergency vests are visible from those select individuals who are …

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