Behind the Name: How Names Affect Personalities

What’s your name? It’s a simple question, but does one’s name hold more meaning than a simple title to call one by? Maybe you are […]

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Doctor, Health Care and Executioner: Questioning Professional Ethics

The numerous technological medical advances of the last few years has allowed us to “extend” the lives of our patients regardless of the cost, and […]

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Editorial: Black Friday Through Our Eyes

Here at the Viking News, we are not fond of Black Friday. Being college students, most of us have had the opportunity to work in […]

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Thursday is the New Black: Stores Open for Business on Thanksgiving

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and a lot earlier these days. Over the recent years, big name stores have been opening up […]

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Editorial: Tears Around the World – A Cry for Peace

In one night, more than 120 people died in Paris. An additional 300 or more were wounded from the brutal and merciless slaying, and it […]

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Q&A: Do You Think the World Will Change in Response to Recent Terror Events?

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Snuffed Out: WCC Seeks to Continue War Against Big Tobacco

Big Tobacco, or any tobacco for that matter, isn’t welcomed on campus. Back in January of 2012, WCC officially became a “Tobacco-Free” campus, prohibiting the […]

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Starbucks’ War on Christmas: Seriously Though, It’s Just a Cup

Firstly, let me just say this. I hate Christmas. I do. I’m not against it for religious reasons, but my experiences for the holiday season […]

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Technology Corner: Project Jacquard – The Future of Clothing Is Simpler than You Think

Project Jacquard is yet another project that Google ATAP is pumping out of the wood works. Project Jacquard is making it possible to turn our […]

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White Lies or Black Abyss?

Imagine this. You are asked a question, something you don’t really wish to discuss, or you find yourself asked for an opinion for something that […]

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