Appreciating WCC For What it Can Be

With many students preparing to leave this campus, be it by means of graduating, transfer, or going into the workforce, it’s appropriate to acknowledge WCC […]

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Required Volunteer Hours May Improve Communities, Individuals, Enforces Good Behavior

It’s been a while since high school, what with the gap year and the transfer, but I still remember how much of a hassle it […]

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Ask Val

Hey, It’s Val! It has been a while, there has been a lot of snow, and a lot of protests. I do not want to […]

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Why You Should Consider a Music Festival This Summer

Young adults worldwide flock to music events to celebrate being temporarily away from the reality of life, jam and dance to music, eat munchies, be […]

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Facebook Controversy Unlikely to be the Death Knell for Social Media Giant

Facebook is facing tough times ahead as users are dropping the popular social networking site after its data scandal raised ethical questions on user privacy. […]

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Crossroads Series : LGBTQ & the Hispanic Community

The significance of safe spaces for vulnerable people has become more prominent in today’s political climate. On Monday, March 19, the office of Student Involvement […]

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Editorial: #MeToo

With the “Not an Invitation” displays around campus, we truly hope that our community will become more aware of the silent epidemic that plagues our […]

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The Viking View

The Viking News is proud to announce winning second place in the national competition of Best Newspaper at a two year school at the Spring […]

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Drop a Class or Drop Your GPA

March 26 marks the last day that students can withdraw from a course, and receive a ‘W’ for their efforts. When a student is contemplating […]

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To Afford Expensive Textbooks, Students Look Beyond Bookstore

For many college students, offsetting the cost of tuition and fees has proven to be a big hurdle. But in recent times, these students have […]

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