New STEM Program Offers Students Unique Academic Opportunities

A new program is available for the STEM students of WCC. The program now known as STEM Scholars, is a collaboration with Mercy College, formed […]

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Restructured Student Association Fees Raise’s Tuition Cost

WCC Board of Trustees votes to restructure tuition fees, making aspects of tuition-cost reasonable for part time students, while also allocating further funding towards improving […]

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Fall 2018 Orientation Sets Record Number

This year’s New Student Orientation was an enormous success, as the college welcomed a record breaking 1,580 new students to the campus. Orientation leaders took […]

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WCC Welcomes Barnes and Noble As New Bookstore

The campus bookstore has undergone a change of management this past April, welcoming Carla Oliver Bowens, who brought Barnes and Noble to the main campus, […]

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Annual Native Plant Sale a Success

The Native Plant Center (NPC) celebrated their 19th annual plant sale this past Saturday on April 28 between 10am to 1pm. Many different species of […]

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Campus Bookstore Under New Management

The bookstore on campus officially opened as Barnes & Noble on Monday, April 23 under new manager Carla Oliver Bowens. According to David Sklar, Executive […]

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Ava Tapia Named President for Class of 2019

With the end of the school year comes new beginnings for the next generation of student leaders. For the Student Government Association (SGA), Ava Tapia […]

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NAMI, Glow Walk for Suicide Prevention

NAMI, Glow, the personal counselling department, and others once again held the annual suicide prevention walk on April, 28. A crowd of around 60 of […]

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WCC Alumnus Reports on Native American Health for Pulitzer Fellowship

The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting has continued to offer opportunities for aspiring journalists to hone their craft and report from the field. The Center […]

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Early Childhood Education Department Weighs in on Gun Control

The Early Childhood Education department has put up a display in the basement of the Classroom building, allowing the college community to interact with the […]

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