Summer Study in Cambridge

Ten WCC scholars and their advisers returned in early August from Cambridge University, just outside of London, England after two weeks of intensive studies with […]

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County confirms first positive test for West Nile Virus

By Kyria Aho According to a news release from Westchester County Department of Health on August 7, “A mosquito batch has tested positive for West […]

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Good Reason for ALS Challenge

By Bridget Danso Tim Shaw, an ex NFL player  who was diagnosedwith ALS in April, 2014  started the awareness of the #icebucketchallenge because he did […]

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WCC Begins Addressing Damaged Infrastructure

By Mileena Santiago If you’re a student or a staff member here at WCC, you may have noticed the reconstruction of Parking Lots 4 and […]

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For College Students, Internships Should Be Like Precious Stones

by Kyria Aho Precious stones are rare and highly attractive, causing them to be expensive. The search for precious stones has been made easy by […]

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In honor of a legend

  by Mileena Santiago Robin McLaurin Williams, one of the funniest men on earth, unfortunately, passed away this past August 11th stated that Williams was […]

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Fun Filled Orientation for New Students at WCC

by Mattie Jallow This year’s New Student Orientation not only offered instructional seminars, but games, speeches, raffles, and prizes. At the end of each day […]

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