Online Course Helps Build Up Sustainable Fashion Companies

As more innovations come to fruition, so do the opportunities. One industry that has a reputation of being near impossible to start up is the […]

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Clubs Collaborate to Organize Halloween Celebration

This year’s halloween party, “Trick or Treat Yoself,”  was a fantastically collaborated event and the liveliest by far. The event was created by WEB’s Special […]

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Bring Back Nap Time: An Argument for Some Sleep

Imagine if WCC had a meditation and nap room, with sleep pods in one corner and prayer rugs, yoga mats and meditation cushions in the […]

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OL/PA Prepares Students for Success

It is safe to say that the Orientation Leader/Peer Advisor (OL/PA) program at WCC is like no other. This rigorous and intensive program takes a […]

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Sisterhood: The Best Gift I Ever Received

As soon as I saw Melanie Elturk CEO of Haute Hijab with her husband walking in front of her on one side and the school’s […]

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Clean Spaces Bolster Focus

It was a daunting class project that taught me about the over consumption of humans and the catastrophic effects it has on our environment, so […]

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Stance, Movement, Palm Strikes, Oh My!

Rachele Hall of Student Involvement, Erin O’Neill and Trish Formisano from Krav Maga New York, hosted an event called “Do You Fight Like a Girl?” […]

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WCC Students Decorate Bowls for Homeless Charity

The Arts Club, Benefit Access Center and the Food Bank for Westchester pulled off a fully packed Empty Bowls Event. The event took place in […]

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Modesty a Valid Expression of Feminism

The two constant aspects feminists focus on is gender equality and empowering females to feel just as capable as males are taught to feel. To […]

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Students Spend Spring Break at UN Conference in Geneva

During the week of spring break, a group of WCC students with the honors International Law class went on a trip to Geneva, Switzerland to […]

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