Newest ‘Tri-C Times’ Outlines College’s Work in a Difficult Year
Fall 2020 edition of magazine now available online and at select locations
Difficulties over the past year tested the resolve of Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) and Northeast Ohio. Uncertainties gripped the calendar seemingly from the first days of 2020 through every monthly flip.
It was, in the simplest of descriptions, a difficult time.
Yet difficulties create opportunities, and the work overcoming obstacles has made us stronger. The College will enter 2021 more determined than ever in its mission to help the community build toward a better future.
The newest edition of Tri-C Times looks ahead with optimism in its annual “State of the College” report. The article serves as the cover story of the Fall 2020 issue, which highlights students, staff, programs and alumni of the College.
The magazine also includes a profile on sociology professor Michael Flatt, who helps students step outside their own experiences and examine social justice issues through a sociologist’s perspective.
In addition, you’ll meet alum Jenika Gonzalez, an immigrant whose graphic design skills now help tell the story of Global Cleveland; and student Dana Burtin, an author, poet and award-winning musician.
The 32-page publication features the work of an award-winning cast of writers, photographers, designers and editors. The magazine is produced by Tri-C’s Integrated Communications department.
The College distributes nearly 30,000 free copies of Tri-C Times across Northeast Ohio. Aside from being available at campus sites, it is provided to subscribers of Cleveland Magazine and Smart Business and will be included with the January editions of each publication.
Current and past editions of Tri-C Times are also available online.
November 19, 2020
John Horton, 216-987-4281 email@example.com