DACA Discussion in D.C. Leaves Thousands Hanging

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, better known as DACA has been threatened to be ended by the new administration leaving many individuals who were […]

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Battle of the Sexes Provides Interactive Learning Experience

The Black Student Union Club (BSU) hosted an event on Friday, Feb 7, called “Battles of the Sexes”, which was coordinated by the President and […]

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Ask Val

Hey It’s Val! I’m back this week with a question, from some guy not named Matt. This person wrote; “There is this chick who is […]

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New Club to Combat Hunger Among Student Population

New this Semester to WCC is a club designed to address an ongoing struggle for many: Hunger. The club was set up through the college […]

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Salierno Leads Men’s Bowling to Third Place Finish at Suffolk Tournament

(Babylon, NY) – Freshman Joseph Salierno (Yonkers, NY/Salesian) enjoyed one of his finest performances of the season, averaging more than 175 pins per game, and […]

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Letters to the Editor

The inflammatory opinions expressed by “Campus Republicans” make it obvious that they fear and loathe immigrants. They attempt to justify their animosity by characterizing the […]

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Letters to the Editor

We were very glad to see an exchange of political viewpoints on the DACA question in the Jan. 16-30 issue of the Viking News. Such […]

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Editorial: On Healthy Relationships

There are many different flavors of relationships and what is satisfying for one might not do for the other, but there are some basic characteristics […]

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Leaked Documents Reveal Geese Plotting Major Attack on Campus

Documents recently obtained and released by controversial goose intelligence organization WikiBeaks reveal a planned all-out-attack on WCC’s campus in the coming weeks. The planned attack, […]

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Dean Tweedy and Dr. Morest Air Hockey Battle to Finally Determine Who Is Dr. Miles’ Favorite

It was a clash of the cabinet on Friday, Jan. 19th, and scores were sought out to be settled. Sara Tweedy, Vice President and Dean […]

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