WWE Monday Night Yawn

By Matthew Fortunato |  Going to a live wrestling show is always more fun than just watching it on television.  The anticipation, you have of getting […]

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Tracy

By Julian Moses 1993 Doctor John shook his head and sighed. “Am I going to lose my sight?” I asked, already knowing the answer. “I’m […]

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The Hunt was on… Friday

By Justin Kroll Lucas, an innocent man with great dignity even throughout his tough divorce, was used to harsh circumstances during his life. But just […]

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It’s a bird. No, it’s a nerd. No, it’s just Comic Con.

By John White | An investment banker ascends the stairs out of his daily subway stop: 34th and 8th – Penn Station. He looks up […]

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Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor

There’s been no shortage of Lord of the Ring’s game in the last decade. From movie based action games, MMO’s, Competative online, MOBA’s, and even […]

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Honor Flight moving tribute to WWII Veterans

By Teresa Walsh The Hudson Valley Honor Flight took off from from Westchester County Airport, taking WWII veterans to Washington D.C. to view war memorials, […]

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iPhone 6 + review

By Paul Friedman | Years have gone by while Apple’s competitors released phones with large to massive sized screens. Apple would usually scoff at the […]

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Culinary program shines in Culinary Arts Café Fall 2014 debut

By Matt Beitscher Past the clamor and commotion of the cafeteria lies a hidden gem at WCC: the Culinary Dining Room. Walking through the door […]

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The new kids on the writer’s block

By Adam Belmnahia Unbelievably, Westchester Community College’s classes have already been in session for almost month. In addition to all the new faces of students that have […]

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Growing up and college

By Aleska Caruso  Everyone at some point in their lives has experienced a moment of uncertainty regarding their future. I want to express and discuss […]

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