WCC Welcomes Barnes and Noble As New Bookstore

The campus bookstore has undergone a change of management this past April, welcoming Carla Oliver Bowens, who brought Barnes and Noble to the main campus, […]

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Student Spot Light: Nancy Elsohafy

Westchester Community College is home to many successful students that have gone on to exceptional schools, despite the assumption that a community college is less […]

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Culinary Cafe

There are several food establishments in the area, but why leave campus when you can get more bang for your buck? You receive a full […]

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Virginia Marx Children’s Center

The Virginia Marx Children’s Center is going on it’s 33rd year of serving Westchester County, as a place where children can learn and express themselves […]

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Annual Native Plant Sale a Success

The Native Plant Center (NPC) celebrated their 19th annual plant sale this past Saturday on April 28 between 10am to 1pm. Many different species of […]

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The Internet creates new opportunity for young entrepreneurs.

Social Media has given people the opportunity to become successful business owners through the power of connecting people worldwide. Online stores are flourishing and arguably […]

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Why You Should Consider a Music Festival This Summer

Young adults worldwide flock to music events to celebrate being temporarily away from the reality of life, jam and dance to music, eat munchies, be […]

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SoundCloud Breaks Barriers in Music Industry, Brings New Genres, Talent

The music industry has flourished over the past few years with new independent artists emerging, promoting their unique spin on popular music genres and even […]

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Viking SAFE Program Aims to Educate Campus Community on Safety Procedures

In late January, an online safety training program, Viking SAFE—Viking Safety Awareness For Everyone, was launched to help all members of the college community become […]

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Smart Arts Expands Its Scope to Broader WCC Community

WCC has set out to broaden cultural diversity throughout the campus by expanding its Smart Arts program, which kicked off the beginning of the Spring […]

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