Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park Offers Outdoor Recreation Activities

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

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Academic Recognition Ceremony Honors Oustanding Achievement in Students, Faculty

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

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The Public Image Is Rotten Premieres at Tribeca Film Festival

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

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Tribeca Review: Crypt TV’s Monster Madness

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

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At Tribeca, VR Provides a New Frontier for Visual Storytelling

This year’s Tribeca Film Festival featured an increased focus on virtual reality. (Photo: Victoria Fennell)by Brian Ponte A popular urban legend surrounding the 1896 French […]

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NAMI Hosts Suicide Prevention Campus Walk

Attendees at the second annual Suicide Prevention Walk. (Photo: Freddy Velasquez)by Brian Ponte For the second year in a row, the National Alliance for Mental […]

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Gorillaz Return From Hiatus and Bring Forth New Sound

by Brian Ponte After a five year hiatus, during which their future was regularly in doubt, virtual pop/hip-hop band Gorillaz have returned, announcing an upcoming […]

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Tribeca Film Festival Returns to NYC

by Brian Ponte The coming weeks will bring the 16th Annual Tribeca Film Festival back to New York City’s lower west side. This year’s festival, […]

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USA Baseball Wins WBC

by Brian Ponte In a long-awaited—and some would say overdue—victory, Team USA won the 2017 World Baseball Classic following a dominant 8-0 win over Puerto […]

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West’s Perception of Karma Co-opts an Important Religious Concept

Karma is a key concept in religions such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism and Taoism. (Photo: Marcus Johnson)by Brian Ponte At a fundamental level, most […]

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