Gorillaz Return From Hiatus and Bring Forth New Sound

After a five year hiatus, during which their future was regularly in doubt, virtual pop/hip-hop band Gorillaz have returned, announcing an upcoming monstrous 26-track album, […]

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Tribeca Film Festival Returns to NYC

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

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USA Baseball Wins WBC

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 Rico. The imposing […]

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

At a fundamental level, most people would like to believe that all actions have consequences. While believing in what is colloquially referred to as “karma” […]

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SUNY SGA Presidents Meet in Albany

Student Government Association presidents from across the SUNY system held a conference earlier this month to address various areas of concern affecting all SUNY schools. […]

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Editorial: Taking Time to De-Stress

College life can be stressful. Many of us don’t just have to deal with classes but also jobs, paying bills, or raising children. Keeping everything […]

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SGA Senate Resolution to Declare WCC a Sanctuary Campus Passes

Student Government Association President Henry Gulergun signed a resolution imploring the administration to declare WCC a sanctuary campus. The resolution was passed during an SGA […]

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Belinda Miles Speaks to Campus Community in State of the College Address

Sixty-eight people filled the Academic Arts Theatre for President Belinda S. Miles’ “State of The College Address” on Feb. 17 at 11:30 am. President Miles […]

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Walnut Street Theatre Performs Neil Simon Comedy

The Walnut Street Theatre performed Neil Simon’s Last of The Red Hot Lovers, a minimalist three-scene play about attempted marital infidelity in the Academic Arts […]

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Russian String Orchestra Performs Music From “Around the World”

The dulcet tones of Tchaikovsky, Dvorak, and Piazzolla echoed through the Academic Arts Building auditorium as the Russian String Orchestra played an array of modern-classical […]

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