Changes: Do People Have the Capacity to Change?

“Our deeds still travel with us from afar. And what we have been makes us what we are.” George Eliot. I read these words as […]

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Human Trafficking: Slavery in the 21st Century

President Lincoln abolished slavery with the Emancipation Proclamation in January of 1863. In suite, many other nations followed in kind, forbidding anyone from owning another […]

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From Rust to Restoration: Student Gives Cars a Second Life

Meet Joe. Joe is a student here at WCC who has turned a hobby into a side career. Joe, transforms cars from rusted hunks of […]

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Students’ Thoughts on Global Warming

It’s December and yet we’ve had days that has felt like spring was just around the corner. The entire season thus far has been rather […]

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The World Takes a Stand Against Climate Change

200 countries have weighed in and agreed. Not as nations, groups or people, but as a planet in whole to cease and end man made […]

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Caught in the Spotlight: WCC Scandal Makes Front Page in The New York Times

With the headline “Junior College’s Second Chances Become Dead Ends,” The New York Times wrote about WCC on its front sports page. The story followed […]

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Beer Pong, The Only Sport That Really Matters

You must be 21 or older to read this article, alcoholic beverages are involved. One of the greatest games to be ever introduced to mankind. […]

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Behind the Name: How Names Affect Personalities

What’s your name? It’s a simple question, but does one’s name hold more meaning than a simple title to call one by? Maybe you are […]

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Thursday is the New Black: Stores Open for Business on Thanksgiving

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and a lot earlier these days. Over the recent years, big name stores have been opening up […]

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Staff Council Holds Book Sale

The Staff Council held its book fair recently, selling scores of books and treats. The sale, held on November 19, is a seasonal sale the […]

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