Administration Resolutions Under Fire from Teachers Union

To say that the administration of the college and the rest of the faculty currently do not see eye to eye would be an understatement. […]

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Marches and Protests Won’t Change Things Overnight, but They Can Change Times

A group of women gathered in Seneca Falls, New York, led by Elizabeth Stanton, Lucretia Mott, and Martha Wright On July 19, 1848. At this […]

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Fake News Isn’t Growing, It Has Always Been Around

Congratulations are in order. On Jan. 17, President Donald Trump awarded CNN four out of eleven of the Fake News Awards. So, congratulations, CNN. These […]

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Philosophiae Society Promotes Living Healthy Lifestyle

A common problem that many people in today’s society face, especially college students, is how to live a healthy life affordably, while balancing everything else […]

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Board of Trustees Honors Joseph P. McLaughlin for 12 Years of Service

WCC has had many valued board members who have contributed to the greater good of the college. Recently, Joseph P. McLaughlin was honored as a […]

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Compliments and Harrasment Walk A Thin Line When Flirting

Flirting is something that anybody can tell you they’ve seen or done themselves. It’s how many people express interest in someone they think would make […]

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NFL Player Protests Continue to Draw Dividing Lines

Since Colin Kaepernick’s 2016 protest where he refused to stand for the national anthem, the question of whether or not athletes should be forced to […]

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VIOLENCE ON TV IS A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEANINGFUL PLOT

Many people are concerned about violence in television. They cite studies that show how violence in television numbs audiences and causes aggressive behavior in children […]

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