Students Say “No” to New Lebron Shoes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Jeramie L Bizzle

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This is the picture of the latest shoe by NBA Champion and Olympic gold medalist Lebron James of the Miami Heat

Remember when the first pair of Micheal Jordan sneakers first hit the shelves, everyone flew to the stores to be the first to own what is now today an urban necessity. Forward over a decade later, there is a brand new NBA champ and Olympic gold medalist by the name of Lebron James who has caught a lot of flock for turning his back on Cleveland and Whining almost every game.

His latest shoe entitled “Lebron X” has caused a stir in the media world for being sold for as much as over three hundred dollars in stores and online. Real shoe collectors usually camp out til midnight to get their hands on the latest fashion, but the price of the shoe leaves many thinking that it may create violence and people may be robbed over the shoe. According to Washington Post- “Nike tells stores to keep their corner in check and to beef up their security to keep things civil”. It’s hard to think how civil things can be when you have people standing out in the middle of the night with three hundred dollars in their pocket, yeah, real civil.

Students at Triton College recently partaken in a poll about the price of the sneakers and whether or not that they will go out on opening night to by a new pair of the last Lebron shoe. In that survey, only six percent said that they will go buy a pair of the shoes, while two percent said they maybe will buy it. Twenty-two percent say that they will stick to their Jordan’s, while a not so surprising Seventy percent said that they will definitely not pay no where near three hundred dollars for shoes, there were other personal answers but not any of them were censored.

As of now, there is no exact release date for the shoe, but rest a sure that you will not see many college students in line for three hundred dollar shoes when they don’t even want to pay three hundred dollars for their books for class. The shoes are a contribution to the question “How much is too much?”, and in this case, Luther Vandross answered it by saying “Never too Much”.

Upcoming Events Around Campus

By Jeramie l Bizzle

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Welcome back students to another busy semester. As students you may get caught up in your studies and projects and forget about all the fun activities that Triton has to offer. These are some upcoming dates that you may want to put in your calendar that will give you your taste outside the books and get a taste of college life:

September 4th T.C.S.A Meet & Greet

For those who are interested in joining Triton college student association or would like to get more information about the student government are all welcome to meet TCSA President Shakana Kirksey, Secretary Tina Scarpelli, Treasure Carlos Calderon and Student Trustee Andrew Smith. If you are alos interested in running for Vice President, feel free to ask questions. Meeting will begin at 2 p.m. In room B-130.

September 5th Program Board Meet & Greet

Like all the activities that goes on around campus, would you like to be apart of creating the next exciting event, come to the PB meet and greet and see all that the organization has to offer. Meet this years newest E-Board members and possibly submit an application to join. Meeting will being at 2 p.m. In B-130.

September 12th Triton College Alumni White Sox Game

Want to see the White Sox take on the Detroit Tigers, tickets are $65 per person which includes the game, Transportation, refreshments and an alumni t-shirt. For more information call (708) 456-0300 ext 3960 or email alumni@triton.edu. Bus departs from Triton College at Promptly 5:15 p.m.

September 12th Program Board Corn Roast

You haven’t had corn until you had this, come out to the corn roast in between class from 11 a.m to 2p.m. Then again from 5:00 p.m to 6:30. Also listen to live music, see all the clubs win prizes and mingle with your peers.

September 28th Movie on the Mounds

This year will be featuring Madagascar 3, the movie is free along with free popcorn, raffle and more. Feel free to bring you family and friends, mounds are located by B building. The event will start at 5:30 p.m. Movie will begin at sunset. In case of weather conditions, movie will be moved to the R building

October 6th Fall Family Fun Fest

Located in the schools Botanical Gardens, East side of the Campus, bring your family for fun fall activities including pumpkin patch, pastry decorating, face painting and much more. The event begins from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Capoeira Now Offered At Triton

By Jeramie L Bizzle

Twitter@jeramiebizzle

Over the summer, the new Capoeira class was offered to students who interested in learning about the Brazilian dance. The class offers the basics of the martial arts style of dance in addition to learning about the culture. Instructor Oliver Camacho sits with the 5th Avenue Journal to discuss the history, Misconceptions of the dance and more information about the class:

What is Capoeira and how are things learned in performing the dance?

It’s an oral tradition, its about you seeing, you tend to learn the traditions of the slavery, all those stories are learned through the movements such as the revolts. They are all embedded in the movements and the sounds that can be learned through the teachers and their students.

Distinguish the difference between Capoeira and break dance?

Well dance rhythm is universal, no matter where you are. You are going to find similar movements in modernized dance. But its whole concept is social movement, social justice, because you are talking about oppression and trying to liberate themselves, just as in hip-hop. But you have to realize they are different because they are in different times and they have different elders too.

What else will students benefit from joining the class?

Its multicultural, you will have to learn a new language such as Portuguese, learn how to play the different instruments, and of course fitness, and you’re learning the game of attack and defense. It’s a lot about balance and coordination. It offers a lot of positive things about it besides the obvious. But students have to keep an open mind and remember that all the videos can’t compare to actually being in the class.

Can you provide an update for the fall schedule so far?

I teach in various locations on and off campus, I teach in oak park called “Intuit dance studio” I teach there on Fridays and I am trying to start a credit course for students who are interested in joining, if they are interested they can always email me. If they want to start an organization I will support that or if they want to continue it as non credit, but its been positive so far. Try it once, its better in experience.

For those who are interested in taking the course, you can email Oliver at gcamachicago@gmail.com for additional information and registration.

Job Opportunities / Housing: Apartments for Rent

Jobs:

 Triton College Bookstore

quick cash

flexible hours

textbook discounts

Apply for a temporary position today at www.bookstorejobs.com or apply in person in the C building

Part Time Dispatcher – Triton College Police Department

must be able to work 24- 30 hours weekly, including weekends, overnight and holidays

Duties: receive incoming phone calls, walk in and radio communications and screens, directs and documents calls. Others include monitor and respond to alarms, data transmission and police/ fire communications.

Qualifications:

  • H.S diploma or GED
  • 18 years of age or older
  • computer literate
  • pass written polygraph and drug screening
  • background check and oral interview
  • pass Law Enforcement Agencies Data System test
  • pass FEMA National Incident Management test
  • must have a clear speaking voice and ability to interact with people
  • must write and type at a professional level

$8.25 to start and $10.00 after completion of the probation period. Pick up and application at the Triton College Police Department, contact Officer Kemph @708-456-0300 ext 3879 with any questions.

Housing: Apartments for Rent

$400 / 1br – his spacious updated vintage unit features beautiful hardwood floors t (Oak Park IL)

This spacious updated vintage unit features beautiful hardwood floors throughout. Kitchen has 42″ maple cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Light filled Living room features bay window and vintage sconces. Built-ins in hallway. Top it off with laundry in unit. Walk to Blue or Green Lines.

Email at g7hcm-3174192120@hous.craigslist.org for more information

$638 Nice Huge Studio’s (Oak Park, IL)

Hey, I have some nice size studio with heat included and lots of closet space, You must meet the requirements in order to be consider for the apartment.

No Eviction
Must have been employed for 1 year or have SSI
Must make 1500 after taxes or SSI
If you are interested please fill free to call Chantrelle @ 773-610-5999

$590 studio-No Dep+$450 1st Mon-Off Sheridan Road (Close to Gold Coast)

Great location with easy access to public transportation and steps to the lakefront beaches.’

It’s only 15 minutes to downtown & Lincoln Park!

Apartment Features:
* Wall to wall carpeting or hardwood floors.
* Spacious apartments bright and airy some with French doors.
* Oak kitchens and ceramic bath.
* Good closet space.
* Laundry and maintenance on site.
* Public transportation outside your door.
* Great convenience shopping and restaurants.
* Cable ready.
* Heat and Water Included.

For more information or to schedule a showing, please call 847-513-4335 or email 917eas@wreleasing.com
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