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Local non-profit serves hope on a silver platter

For some people, the search for food is as easy as walking into the kitchen and opening the refrigerator. But for many it’s a difficult journey that requires effort to…

Protesters Gather to Promote Peace in Gaza and Congressional Change 

Protesters joined by a grassroots congressional candidate from Dayton gathered outside the college’s downtown campus to voice their opposition to the policies of Representative Mike Turner and a number of…

The End of an Era in Englewood and Huber Heights: Students and Faculty Brace for the Closure of Two Sinclair Learning Centers

In 2006, spurred by a looming recession and an increase in prospective students, Sinclair opened the doors of two regional campuses in Englewood and Huber Heights. After various factors led…

Tartan Spotlight: Rukhi Jan

The Gem City is a long way from Peshawar. Over 7,000 miles in fact. That hasn’t stopped Senior Academic Advisor Rukhi Jan from building a successful life in Dayton. Since…

Sinclair’s Englewood, Huber Heights Learning Centers to Close at the End of the Fiscal Year

The Huber Heights Learning Center. Photo Credit: Jay Mazega Sinclair’s learning centers in Englewood and Huber Heights will close at the end of the fiscal year, an official confirmed. The…

My Voice: My experience voting for the first time

November 7, 2023 elections had much at stake with issues 1 and 2 at the center of the ballet. The issues covered the legalization of marijuana and the abortion. With…