STEM Scholarship Program Offered Through Partnership With Mercy College

by Samuel Rowland It can be hard to pick out the right academic program from all the email advertisements bombarding students’ school inboxes.  WCC offers […]

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Changes to Winter Session Schedule Make Classes More Convenient

by Johnnie Johnson Winter sessions now have been pushed back to avoid overlap with the spring semester, allowing more students to enroll in winter sessions. […]

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Great Chefs of Westchester Series Showcases Local Talent

WCC welcomes Westchester’s prestigious chefs. (Photo: Kyle Morales)by Kyle Morales The highly anticipated Great Chefs of Westchester event took place on campus last week, the […]

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SGA Vice President Leads Campaign Against Silent Menace

Vice President Dwyer chases down the silent but friendly mascot, Chester the Viking. (Photo: Tom Foolery)by Tom Foolery Vice President of SGA, Ryan Dwyer has […]

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WCC to Ban Gateway Drugs: Candy

by Marcus Johnson WCC readies to outlaw candy. As most students are already aware, WCC is a tobacco free campus. And that was more recently […]

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Fall in Love with Your Basic Self This Season

by Atumn Summers Start blasting the Neighbourhood’s “Sweater Weather” and run to your nearest Starbucks millennials, it’s autumn! Whether you’re clutching a Pumpkin Spice Latte […]

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White Nationalist Group Targets Colleges to Gain Members

by Amanda Gordon Fliers and business cards were found on campus last month promoting an organization classified as a white supremacist hate group by the […]

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WCC PRESENTS AT THE COMBASE 2017 CONFERENCE

by Sam Colonna Community colleges across the nation brought new, innovative ideas to the COMBASE 2017 conference hosted by Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY […]

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WESTCHESTER STUDENTS ANTICIPATE DECISION ABOUT DACA

by Nicole Soares The clock is ticking and a solution for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has yet to be announced. At […]

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Musicology Seeks Answers After Budget Cut

by Dana Hirsch It was the day music died when Musicology, a music club on campus, was touched deep inside when they received no funding […]

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