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Spectrum is a student newspaper published at Tri-C's Western Campus in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. It was incorporated into the campus wide newspaper, The Voice, in 2001. It features student reporting on current events and campus…

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Pulse is a student newspaper published at Tri-C's Western Campus in the 1960s and 1970s. It features student reporting on current events and campus activities.

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In 1993, Oglala Sioux activist and actor Russell Means spoke at the Metro Campus. An early leader of the American Indian Movement (AIIM), Means has been described by the LA Times as the most famous Native American since Sitting Bull and…

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In 1993, Oglala Sioux activist and actor Russell Means spoke at the Metro Campus. An early leader of the American Indian Movement (AIIM), Means has been described by the LA Times as the most famous Native American since Sitting Bull and…

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In 1993, Oglala Sioux activist and actor Russell Means spoke at the Metro Campus. An early leader of the American Indian Movement (AIIM), Means has been described by the LA Times as the most famous Native American since Sitting Bull and…