Daylight Saving Time: Is It a Waste of Time?

With another switch to Daylight Saving Time come and gone, the conversation over the purpose and effectiveness of springing forward has sprung up again, like […]

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Undertale: A Video Game Review

Developed by Toby Fox Reviewed on Mac, also available on PC Undertale is a retro-style, 2D, 8-bit role-playing game, developed almost entirely on its own […]

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Post-St. Patrick’s Day Celebration: Rhythm in the Night Performs Irish Dance Spectacular

WCC welcomed Justin Boros and a supremely skilled international troupe of dancers and musicians for a performance of Rhythm in the Night: The Irish Dance […]

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Presidential Campaign Spending Predicted to Break Records: How Much Does It Cost to be President?

Top donors and super-PAC affiliated bundlers in Washington DC have predicted that the 2016 presidential race might cost as much as $5 billion, according to […]

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Do Students Trust the Government?

The congressional job approval rating currently sits at just 11.8% according to a Real Clear Politics aggregate of the most recent polls. Which makes us […]

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Reform for Student Success: WCC Joins Achieving the Dream Initiative

WCC held a seminar for faculty and staff and decided to join in the Achieving the Dream initiative. Achieving the Dream is a “comprehensive non-governmental […]

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Degree Works Holds First Monthly Meeting: How a MyWCC Portal Can Help You Graduate

WCC faculty held a meeting regarding Degree Works, a SUNY website that assists students in their academic progress, and how to make students more aware […]

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Creative Writing Workshop: Hunter College Professor Discusses the Art of Fiction

Distinguished English professor at Hunter College, and award winning author Elizabeth Nunez held a creative writing workshop in the Gateway Building to discuss the craft […]

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The Witness: A Video Game Review (4/5)

Review: The Witness Developed by: Thekla, Inc. Reviewed on: PS4 Also available on: PC “I don’t want to make games for Metacritic,” said game designer […]

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Speaking of a Crisis: Pulitzer Center Representatives Visit WCC

Members of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a non-profit organization dedicated to independent journalism covering under-reported topics, visited WCC and spoke to students on […]

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