American security at forefront of annual President’s Forum

By Emma Santoro | Matters of national security and global chaos were discussed in the form of a panel conference by professionals in the field […]

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Cuomo, SUNY approve overhaul of sexual assault policy on campuses

By Katherine Chunchi |  On Oct. 16, the SUNY Board of Trustees held a news conference in Manhattan, regarding their plan to establish stronger uniform […]

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Outreach programs, STD testing showcased at Health Fair

By John White |  WCC’s  Health Office and Medical Society hosted a Health Fair in the Student Center on Wednesday, Nov. 12. The event was […]

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“Walk, Run, Roll” event held in conjunction with college’s Common Read

By Will Powers |  On Thursday, Nov. 6, the college held its first annual “Walk/Run/Roll” race, co-sponsored by the Common Read Program and the Physical […]

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Belinda Miles selected as new president

The WCC Board of Trustees has selected Dr. Belinda S. Miles as the new president of the college on Nov. 6.  Her duties as president […]

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BREAKING NEWS: WCC Men’s Basketball Team’s season indefinitely suspended in wake of transcript scandal

The Men’s Basketball Team’s season has been indefinitely suspended, according to the Office of College-Community Relations. The suspension comes one day following the team dropping […]

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WCC alerted of transcript fraud one year ago

A report in today’s Journal News said that WCC knew of a report of transcript tampering as early as last October. The doctored transcripts enabled […]

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Phi Theta Kappa hosts blood drive for New York Blood Center

By Sebastian Villegas The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society hosted The New York Blood Center for its fall drive at Westchester Community College. The blood […]

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Committee formed to identify, address environmental concerns on campus

By John White This year, WCC administration approved the creation of a Sustainability Committee. Although small, the committee expects to have a large impact on […]

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Hope’s Door Visits Campus to Inform Students and Staff About Domestic Violence

By, Joseph Cirillo | Hope’s Door held a domestic violence abuse workshop to inform students and staff about the issue On Wednesday, Oct. 1, in […]

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