Seizing the opportunities for belief

[su_highlight background=”#f2d23e”]| By Jason Birkelbach|[/su_highlight] Dr. William Julius Wilson’s hands were cold. He rubbed them together. His fingertips were tinted yellow, and the up and […]

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Singing Praise

[su_highlight background=”#f2d23e”]| by Harry Backer | [/su_highlight] Songs of Praise and Protest hosted by Dr. Gwen Roundtree Evans and the Black History Month Committee demonstrated to […]

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Food with Soul

[su_highlight background=”#f2d23e”]| By Sebastian Villegas | [/su_highlight] As I walked into the Student Center, the first few words I heard were how someone was one out […]

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Black inventors showcased

[su_highlight background=”#f2d23e”]| By Joe Cirillo |[/su_highlight] In celebration of Black History Month, Westchester Community College held a presentation in Classroom Building room 200  on Feb. […]

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Led Astray

[su_highlight background=”#f2d23e”]| by Harrison Jones | [/su_highlight] Call me lonely. Call me stranded. That’s most fitting. Stranded. Hoping for anything. I have nothing but sand, sharp […]

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Student author discusses book, future plans

[su_highlight background=”#f2d23e”]| by Adam Belmnahia |[/su_highlight] A child can be permanently affected by a difficult upbringing. Therefore, it is extremely important  for those who have […]

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Summer Nights

[su_highlight background=”#f2d23e”]| By Ebony Gayle |[/su_highlight] Summer nights plague my mind like the evanescent sounds of youths coming into themselves. Four inches separated adolescence from […]

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Superman stronger?

by Gustavo Comonian Superman, considered by many to be the first major superhero the one who made everything possible for all the generations of superheroes […]

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Danceworks Presents “A Dance Concert for Children”

by Will Powers Danceworks held its first performance of 2015 at Westchester Community College titled, “A Dance Concert for Children” on Sunday, Feb. 1. The […]

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Symphony

We met beneath a quintet and a woman who only ever sang the blues An orchestra consisting of three saxophones, two violins and you   […]

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