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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Doctor’s Orders: One Physician’s Stance on Medical Ethics

Medicine has been defined as a Science and an Art that society uses to relieve the pain of humanity. Science is what we as physicians […]

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Letter to the Editor: Does Westchester Community College Live in the 21st Century?

I am a parent of two students that attend Westchester Community College. I am also a WCC student myself. I just wondered, until now, why […]

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Losing the Art of Listening

We’ve all experienced it. We’re on a date, chilling with our friends, lunch with family, at a job interview. We are talking, expecting to be […]

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Poverty and Inequality in the Middle East: WCC Educated on Global Inequality

“Inequality – not especially high – has been declining,” Dr. Djavad Salehi-isfahani, a Professor of Economics at Virginia Tech and Senior Research Fellow at Brookings, […]

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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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