Students to Host Art Exhibition on Dealing With Grief

The Kathryn Davis scholars, who were awarded full tuition scholarships, will be presenting their community service projects on Wednesday, May 17. These projects ranged from […]

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Making a Meaningful Connection on a First Date

Your palms are sweaty, your knees are weak, your arms are heavy–no this isn’t an Eminem song, this is you on your way to meet […]

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Can’t Rain on Our Parade, Viking Day Closes Spirit Week

The Student Government Association (SGA) hosted Viking Day as the closing event for spirit week. Viking Day took place on Wednesday, April 12, during common […]

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Heteronormativity Hurts LGBTQ+ People by Omission

Heteronormativity is the belief that people fall into distinct and complementary gender roles. It also assumes that heterosexuality is the only sexual orientation, thus making […]

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WCC Student Honored by Phi Theta Kappa

Ashleigh Riley, a WCC student and member of the Alpha Iota Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, was recently honored as a Distinguished Officer of […]

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WCC Holds Women’s March for Inclusion to Speak out for Equal Rights

WCC held The Women’s March for Inclusion, which was put together by Student Involvement, Student Government, and the Women’s Union. The march took place on […]

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WCC Holds March for Inclusion During Women’s History Month

WCC will be holding it’s own version of a women’s march titled “Women’s March for Inclusion”. This event will be concluding women’s history month on […]

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Russian Seasons Dance Receives Standing Ovation From Audience

The Russian Seasons Dance Company put on a Celebration of World Dance in the Academic Arts Theatre on Friday, March 17. This Smart Arts event […]

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Connecting Different People Together Through Language and Culture

Julia De Baere is a native Frenchwoman who came to the United States in January of 2013, as an au pair. At first, De Baere […]

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Concussions Raise Concerns Towards Kids Playing Football

Football,the most popular pro-sport in America , has been played for over fifty years and has become a common pastime and a game used to […]

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