Author Alleges Widespread Scam Affecting STEM Scholarship Recipients in New Book

A new book by Leon Roomberg has brought light to what the author believes to be STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) scholarship scams around […]

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American Medical Student Association Joins WCC

The American Medical Student Association (AMSA) is joining the WCC community. Robin Graff, a transfer counselor and a few students started the AMSA club to […]

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Should Columbus Day Be Replaced With Indigenous People’s Day?

Columbus Day and the man who inspired it has been controversial topic in the recent years. Because of that reason there is a debated subject […]

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Radiology Students Shine at State Meeting, Win First Place in Academic Bowl

WCC’s radiology students represented their college at the annual American Society of Radiologic technologists. Every year, The New York State Society of Radiologic Sciences chooses […]

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WCC Plans Expansion of Bookstore, Student Center

Next summer, the WCC bookstore and student center will be renovated into a larger, more spacious environment. The main goal of this project is to […]

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The First True Black Professional Baseball Player

Everyone has heard of Jackie Robinson, the first black baseball player to play in the MLB, but not many have heard about Moses Walker. Moses […]

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Should Athletes Just Shut Up, Play Ball and Stay Out of Politics?

Tensions rose on sports fields around the country as athletes spoke out about their political views during the 2017 presidential election. Many players received a […]

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WCC Partners With the Guidance Center of Westchester

This semester, WCC’s Personal Counseling Department has partnered with The Guidance Center of Westchester (TGCW). By joining with this organization, WCC hopes to help more […]

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NFL Increasing Restrictions on Celebratory Behavior

The NFL’s policies on celebrations, clothes, and ridicule of officiating have been highly criticized recently. Senior Vice President of Officiating, Dean Blandino, told the media […]

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The Endless Conflict Between Students and Stress

It’s that time of year again when a student is overwhelmed by holidays, family, and finals. Stress levels are elevated. Stress is a body’s reaction […]

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