The Virginia Marx Children’s Center

Children at the center paint canvases, such as the one above. (Photo: Atahabih Germain)by Atahabih Germain Whether you’re part time or full time, we all […]

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Cell Phones in the Classroom: What Should the Restrictions Be?

by Atahabih Germain Buzz buzz. Buzz buzz. Does it bother you when you’re in class trying to pay attention to an already difficult lesson and […]

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The 411 on Transgender 101

(Photo: Atahabih Germain)by Atahabih Germain Transgenderism. What is it? Who is it? If faced with it, how do we handle it? These were the questions […]

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Musicology Club to “Kill It” On Stage

by Atahabih Germain Musicology has been working hard all semester and is ready to show off what they have in store for us. They are […]

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WOMEN IN SCIENCE: Lecture Sheds Light on Groundbreaking Scientists

by Atahabih Germain The field of Science has always been dominated by men, but according to the Huffington Post, women now receive half the doctorates […]

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Monkeying Around: WCC Club Welcomes the Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year’s Celebration from Feb 25, 2015. (Photo: Mattie Jallow)by Atahabih Germain The Chinese New Year started with a big celebration brought by the […]

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The “T” in LGBT: Transgender Representation in Society and the Media

by Atahabih Germain, Jade Grant and Renno Jeon It’s 2016 and it’s basically safe to say that society has somewhat accepted homosexuality, at least on […]

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Celebrating Black History Month: A Reflection on African Americans in Our History

Martin Luther King Jr. (Photo: Dick DeMarsico, Wikimedia Commons)by Atahabih Germain History.com tells us that Carter G. Woodson, a noted African American historian, educator and […]

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“Espresso-Self”: WEB Pairs Race Debate and Coffee

(Photo: Atahabih Germain)by Atahabih Germain Although coffee was the theme for the WEB organized event “Espresso Self,” a much more serious thing was fueling the […]

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Student Success Corner: Near Zero to Hero – Failed Placement Exam Turns into 3.79 GPA

by Atahabih Germain “Someone once told me, in life, you have to keep working hard and not be afraid. If you are afraid, I advise […]

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