Dr. Carla DuBose Gives History Lecture as Part of Black History Month

Black History Month kicked off at WCC with a wealth of events being hosted on campus until the end of the month. As part of […]

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Harold L. Drimmer Library Security System in Full Operation

It’s round two for the implementation of a turnstile system in the Harold L. Drimmer library. Last semester the system was tested with the intention […]

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Ridesharing as a Side or Main Hustle for College Students

It’s hard to make a buck, especially when you’re a student. Minimum wage with a full or part time job just doesn’t cut it sometimes, […]

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Kobe Bryant Adds Poetry and Filmmaking to Legendary Resumé

When you think of the name Kobe Bryant, poetry will not likely be the first thing to jump into your mind, but at the 16th […]

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My Friend Dahmer Chills Audiences

During the Tribeca Film Festival, a new movie on one of the most well known and prolific serial killers of the 20th century, Jeffrey Dahmer, […]

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Honors Students Participate in 23rd Annual Honors Dialogue on Culture and Society

The 23rd annual Sophia and Joseph Ables Honors Dialogue on Culture and Society took place at WCC in the Technology Building on Wednesday, April 26. […]

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New Bill Allows Selling of Personal Information

It has now become more difficult to protect your privacy online when, in late March, the House of Representatives approved a bill that allows internet […]

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Campus Consortium Brings Pulitzer Center to WCC for Fifth Year

The Spring Campus Consortium brought photographer Tomas van Houtryve to campus March 30 to present recent work with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, which […]

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Nearly Three Years Later, Basketball Remains in Exile at WCC

Since the forged transcript scandal in 2014, WCC’s basketball program has been suspended while investigations took place. Tyrone Mushatt, the ex-coach of the men’s basketball […]

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Planned Higher Education Lobby Day Trip to Albany Canceled

Students planning on traveling to Albany on March 2 for Higher Education Lobby Day were surprised when the trip was cancelled on short notice. Meetings […]

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