Vice President of Student Access Declares WCC a “Sanctuary Campus”

In an interview on Dec. 9, Sara Thompson Tweedy, Vice President of Student Access, Involvement and Success at Westchester Community College, said it is essential […]

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High-Profile Journalists Discuss Election Results at President’s Forum

American journalists came together on Sunday, Nov. 20 to discuss the challenges ahead after the national election. Under the title “The Road Ahead: United Or […]

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Escaping Consumer Culture Through Minimalism

By ridding oneself of unnecessary material possessions, it gets easier to eliminate things which we have no use for and prioritize. Finding meaning in relationships […]

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The New York Times Holds Interview With Trump

The New York Times reporters, editors and columnists conducted a “wide-ranging hourlong interview” with President-elect Donald J. Trump on Tuesday, November 22, during which Trump […]

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Vice President of Student Affairs Promotes Tolerance, Security at WCC

WCC’s Vice President of Student Affairs, Sara Tweedy, announced in a “Message From Our Dean Of Students” on Friday, Nov. 11, that “our community is […]

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Plaque Behind Hartford Hall Commemorates 2013 E-Board Legacy

A plaque on a rock on the lawn behind Harford Hall marks the spot where a time capsule was buried in 2013. According to Patrick […]

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Vice President-Elect Pence’s Role in Future Policy-Making

The media has declared the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States. In a vigorous and scandal-driven election, little attention […]

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LGBTQ Representation In Children’s Movies

Children’s movies are created with the intention of teaching kids certain values about social structures, self-perception, and morals. Along with entertainment value, this educational purpose […]

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A Third Party Vote Is Not A Vote For Trump

The stakes are high in the 2016 election, and many Americans find it difficult to choose between the two major candidates: Hillary Clinton or Donald […]

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Cosplay Is Not Consent

The 2016 New York Comic-Con had a record high attendance, making harassment policies even more relevant. Signs had been placed all throughout Javits Convention Center […]

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