Student Democratic Process Lacks Enthusiasm

With the spring semester winding down, the Student Government Association (SGA) held its annual elections. While the customary congratulations to the newly elected student representatives […]

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Campus Hair Attacker Apprehended

The attacker who assaulted two female WCC students by cutting their hair on campus has been apprehended by the Westchester County Police. The man, described […]

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WCC Foundation Accepting Scholarship Applications for Fall 2018

For the eleventh year in a row, the Westchester Community College Foundation has begun accepting scholarship applications for the upcoming Fall semester. Founded in 1969 […]

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Inspiring Authors Café Forum Gives Insight on Black History

With an impromptu musical and spoken word performance by a respected Brooklyn poet, a look into the history of the automobile industry, and a spiritual […]

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Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park Offers Outdoor Recreation Activities

With the Spring Semester well underway and warmer weather rapidly approaching, students and faculty alike will no doubt be eager to leave the confines of […]

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Academic Recognition Ceremony Honors Oustanding Achievement in Students, Faculty

WCC honored its highest achieving graduating students on May 11 at the annual Academic Recognition Ceremony. President Belinda Miles, outgoing Provost Dr. Peggy Bradford, and […]

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The Public Image Is Rotten Premieres at Tribeca Film Festival

John Lydon’s candor is a force quite unlike any other in show business—his unabashed honesty provides a refreshing reprieve from the usual air of prepared […]

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Tribeca Review: Crypt TV’s Monster Madness

Following the screening of Crypt TV’s Monster Madness at the Tribeca Film Festival, co-founder Jack Davis claimed that he wanted Crypt TV to serve as […]

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At Tribeca, VR Provides a New Frontier for Visual Storytelling

A popular urban legend surrounding the 1896 French film L’arrivée d’un train en gare de La Ciotat, states that when audiences saw a moving image […]

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NAMI Hosts Suicide Prevention Campus Walk

For the second year in a row, the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) on Campus and GLOW co-sponsored a walk for suicide prevention at […]

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