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Do you know when your Fall 2013 final exams are?

It’s the end of the Fall 2013 semester at Tri-C. Do you know where your finals are? It’s a couple of days left before they start giving the final grades in the Fall 2013 semester. Not to make you sweat (more), but do you know when you need to show up for your final exams? …

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Opinion: Without a Trace!

By J.C. Robinson Metro Staff Reporter “Hello this is the missing persons department. How may I help you?” “Yes, I would like to file a missing person’s report.” “Ok let me ask you a question. When was the last time you saw these people?” “I am positive it was the day when school refund checks …

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Transferring to Four-Year Schools Made Easy at New Center

CTC Program Holds Benefits to Transfer to a Four-year School By: Jacqueline Diaz Metro Associate Editor Editor’s Note – This is part one of a three-part series that is designed to guide students make a choice when transferring to a four-year college after graduating from Tri-C. On Sept. 24, the Metro Campus unveiled the new …

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Available at every campus, Tutoring helps more than just those with poor grades.

By Catherine Cesa, West Staff Writer and ESL Student, Level 3 Tutoring is a great service that helps you to have better grades in classes that you have trouble with and allows you to work a tutor for thirty minutes. If, you want to go for tutoring, you have to be an enrolled student on campus. …

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15 Minutes of Fame

By Felicia Jackson Have you ever dreamed of seeing your name on the big screen? For aspiring filmmakers Private Screening, Tri-C’s student organized media showcase, has become the first opportunity to accomplish this goal. Presenting the event is Metropolitan campus’ Digital Cinema Group (DCG), who seeks to “promote the cinematic potential of the moving image”. …

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Madeleine Albright Speaks to Sold Out Tri-C Scholarship Supporters

By Bronson Peshlakai Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright spoke of education, world issues and of her life to a packed audience at an annual fundraiser at Cleveland’s Renaissance Hotel Oct. 2. Albright is the third former U.S. Secretary of State, and one of many celebrities who helped raised millions of dollars for the Cuyahoga …

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