VN 08 22 18 John Cuniberti in Memoriam

To the Editor: Retired professor John Cuniberti, who taught film classes at WCC for 50 years, passed away on Monday, July 2, 2018. Thousands of […]

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Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t

The popularity of vegan and vegetarian diets today is rising. Mostly due to individuals who have chosen to take the ethical high ground and be […]

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Effective Teachings

Learning is a difficult process, and one that is influenced by many different factors. Chief among those factors is the method by which a student […]

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Not Everything is Art: Why Labeling Abstract Pieces as Art is a Mistake

Anything can be art. For the past century, that is the lesson many artists have been trying to teach the public. That lesson is the […]

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The Myth of the Bitcoin Bubble: The Misrepresentation of Bitcoin is what Hurts its Value

Cryptocurrency, is a phrase that gets tossed around a lot in the news, but there seems to be a popular misunderstanding of what it is […]

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The Viking View

The Fall semester is in full swing. WCC’s halls are filled with students both returning and new. If you need proof that our student population […]

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This Campus Needs Resident Halls to Compete With Other Colleges

As we say our farewells and head off to college to start a new path in life, students are taking a big step in the […]

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Student Democratic Process Lacks Enthusiasm

With the spring semester winding down, the Student Government Association (SGA) held its annual elections. While the customary congratulations to the newly elected student representatives […]

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Excelsior Scholarship Program Gives Financial Means to Graduate With Strings Attached

The Excelsior Scholarship, the financial aid program aimed to provide tuition-free college to residents of New York is off to a slow, but steady start. […]

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Drink with Caution, Too Much Caffeine Poses Health Threats

Caffeine seems to be a staple in the daily life of most college students. Whether students manage to drag on through the rest of their […]

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