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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An Open Letter to Donald Trump

Dear Donald Trump, I hope this letter reaches you in a timely manner as this is urgent and should be brought to your attention as […]

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Good Job or Bad Encouragement? The Harm in “Good Job”

“Good Job!” “Way to Go!” “That’s Great!” These are all phrases we have heard in response to an achievement, be it in the classroom, or […]

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Letter to the Editor: Your Choices Can Put Other Lives at Risk

On October 10, 2014, my mom was hit and killed instantly by a distracted driver. We don’t know the exact reason for the distraction, and I’m sure the driver who killed […]

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Pro Revolutionary Ideals and Pro Democracy Beliefs: The Epicenter of Crisis

In the beginning of September, many news covers showed a picture of a young boy’s lifeless body being picked up on the beach by a […]

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Pope Francis Is One of the Only Four Popes to Ever Visit the U.S.

First Stop, The Capitol When the leader of the second largest religion announced that he was going to be visiting the east coast, the country […]

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Bernie Sanders: A Hero for Students and Working Americans

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, the junior Senator from Vermont, has taken center stage of the Democratic Party not only for his stances on issues that […]

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