Title V Grant

WCC received a Title V grant, awarding the college 2.7 million dollars over a 5 year period that will be used to invest in the […]

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Great Chefs

The Great Chefs Series is in full swing and for the second installment on Oct. 15, WCC hosted the talents of Albert DeAngelis, executive chef […]

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PTK Blood Drive

The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK) is hosting their annual Fall Blood Drive on Tuesday Oct. 2 and Wednesday Oct. 3 of next week, […]

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Wellness Center

The WCC Personal Counseling Department is stepping up its efforts to further engage with students as they will be hosting numerous events and workshops throughout […]

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New STEM Program Offers Students Unique Academic Opportunities

A new program is available for the STEM students of WCC. The program now known as STEM Scholars, is a collaboration with Mercy College, formed […]

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Student Lobby Day Faces Future Challenges

Student lobby day is meant to be a time when SUNY students meet with their representatives in their Albany offices, however, on Wednesday, Feb. 28th, […]

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Students Travel to Albany for “Higher Ed Lobby Day”

Several WCC students became lobbyists on Wednesday, Feb. 28, when they traveled to Albany to meet with their state representatives. This was SUNY Higher Education […]

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The Winners, Losers and Unexplainable Events of Super Bowl LII

The underdogs won, Justin Timberlake was a cowboy, and the most expensive 30 seconds ever were wasted. Super Bowl LII was certainly an interesting one. […]

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How to Be a Safer Driver During the Winter Season

Winter is here!  And while there may not be any White Walkers, the roads have turned white with rock salt.  Driving on the New York […]

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Freedom of Speech Is in Limited Supply on Campus

The First Amendment reads that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom […]

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