Super Nintendo Makes a Comeback

Fans will have a limited window of time to get their hands on the console in New York. (Photo: Courtesy of Nintendo NY via Twitter)by […]

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WCC Dining App Off to a Rocky Start

With fewer than 500 downloads, the app shows room for improvement. (Photo: Raymond Fret)by Raymond Fret WCC students were served up a new option to […]

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A Jack of All Trades, but Is It Here to Stay?

by Raymond Fret These days, gamers have a plethora of choices when it comes to choosing their platform.  From high-end PCs, home consoles, and low-end […]

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The Retro Console Sega Genesis Has Risen From Its Grave

The Genesis was home to a myriad of now-classic games. (Collage: Raymond Fret)by Raymond Fret The Sega Genesis is the gaming console that refuses to […]

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Plastic Bag Fee To Be Implemented “For The Good Of The Environment,” Says de Blasio

Each year the U.S uses 30 billion plastic bags. (Photo| Pixabay.com)by Raymond Fret The controversial plastic bag fee, slated to take effect on Feb. 15 […]

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Open Arcade Provides Fun Activities for Returning Students

Students play pool during Open Arcade. (Photo: Victoria Fennell)by Raymond Fret The Department of Student Involvement hosted an open arcade as a part of WCC’s […]

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