Batman: Assault on Arkham Review

by Paul Friedman |  Batman: Assault on Arkham is a direct to home video animated feature film, which as its name would imply, draws from […]

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Emmys 2014

By Paul Friedman |  The fall T.V. season is upon us and that means another Emmy Award show has come and gone.  Many who were […]

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Why textbooks should cost so much?

By Mileena Santiago One of the most frustrating things about college is without a doubt the cost of textbooks! They range from 50 to even […]

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Militarization of Police

By Paul Friedman “Conservatives, libertarians and liberals should all worry about the militarization of police,” wrote Fox News’ John Stossel  in an opinion article from […]

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WCC Goes to New York Fashion Week

by C. Elizabeth September marks the commencement of citywide fashion events throughout New York City that brings together a myriad of designers, buyers, fashionistas, photographers, […]

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New printing policy instituted for students

By Matt Beitscher  Westchester Community College has instituted a campus-wide printing policy for all students, placing a charged limit on printing black and white pages, with […]

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Battle For The Net

Posted By  Ryan Pihota If you woke up tomorrow, and your internet looked like this, what would you do? Imagine all your favorite websites taking […]

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Construction Reaches Final Stages

By Jason Birkelbach Much work has been done for the sake of athletics at WCC. All of the efforts will soon pay off for theVikings […]

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Don’t force diversity- let it come natural

By Paul Friedman In 2014, for the United States, the month of August has been a whirlwind of controversy and tragedy.  Michael Brown an 18-year-old […]

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Guardians of the Galaxy

By Paul Friedman Marvel’s latest film may be the least recognizable in terms of famous superheroes or characters, but oddly enough, this movie is the […]

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