School Lunch Prices: Too High or Justified?

Proper nutrition is foundational and fundamental to a student’s overall academic performance. It is very important for a student to eat well-balanced meals because it […]

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Project Soli: Benefits from Google to Real Life

Most people know what Google is and where to find it. If you have a Gmail account, you can tell that having an account with […]

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Mammograms: Who, When, and How Often?

A few days ago, the American Cancer Society announced a review and revision of their guidelines regarding the screening for breast cancer. Previously they recommended […]

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Letter to the Editor: Passing the Baton

To the Editors-in-Chief of The Viking News, One thing I have missed since graduating WCC this past spring is picking up a biweekly copy of […]

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Love at First Swipe?

No dates, No dinner, Just Sex… a booty call. Is the easier, more sophisticated way of getting “lucky” just swiping your screen to the right? […]

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Rethinking Columbus Day

In fourteen hundred ninety-two Columbus sailed the ocean blue. You may not know how the rest of this goes, but chances are you’ve heard it. […]

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Decreasing Interest From International Students

The number of international students at WCC has diminished over the years. Approximately 135 international students are currently enrolled in WCC according to Anne Marie […]

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Q&A: Is Tinder a Legitimate Dating App or Is It Just for Hook-Ups?

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Omegle: Making a Real Connection

In the age of information and technology, I cannot help but think that even though we are all able to connect with one another more […]

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What’s Wrong with Gay Blood?

“DO NOT DONATE BLOOD IF YOU…” Anyone who has filled out an application to donate blood has come across the Blood Donor Education Materials page, […]

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