Computer Science at WCC: Real Programmers Don’t Die, They Just GOSUB Without RETURN

A SINGLE universal truth — With two years spent as a Computer Science major at Westchester Community College, I have come to find that there […]

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Voter Education

Democracy is upheld because it fosters inclusivity for a population to participate in electing government officials and representatives  but sadly its value lacks a certain […]

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Library HVAC Problems Lead to Concerns for Safety and Materials

A rise in humidity levels, water leaks, and a decrease in air quality have led to concerns over the safety of people and materials in […]

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On Examining Old Movies Under Contemporary Lenses

Since the dawn of the movie industry our world social landscape has radically changed, thanks to revolutionary and humanists ideas of freedom and equality of […]

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Importance of Civility

The political climate in 2018 is a monstrosity of bagged up human emotions, that has rallied up many young people to vote in the upcoming […]

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The Misconception of Mushrooms: Why Shrooms Aren’t as Harmful as People Think

Some may argue that all drugs are bad. Some drugs, like caffeine and sugar, are accepted by western society at large though. And the rise […]

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Other Holidays to Consider

As students already know, Westchester Community College is closed for Christian holidays. But what about the Jewish holidays? Hindu holidays? The college campus hasn’t closed […]

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Young Activists: The Importance of Backing Your Vote With Action

The question of how to spend your free time at college is a thorny one.  Especially on a commuter campus where students often have outside […]

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Has the #Metoo Movement Been Successful?

The #MeToo movement has shaken up Hollywood and exposed the corruption in the entertainment industry. It has been very successful in exposing sexual predators in […]

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Teach, Not Preach: When Sharing Opinions in Class, Professors Should Be Cautious

Politics, religion, philosophy. These are subjects that can easily lead to some heated debates. But when these topics are brought up in the classroom, is […]

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