Use of Narcan Results in Drop in Overdose Deaths in Westchester County

Training citizens how to administer Narcan could potentially save dozens of lives each year in Westchester county. (Photo: Freddy Velasquez)by Dana Hirsch Heroin and opioid-related […]

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Bring Back Nap Time: An Argument for Some Sleep

by Cassandra Tejeda Imagine if WCC had a meditation and nap room, with sleep pods in one corner and prayer rugs, yoga mats and meditation […]

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WCC Skimps out on the State Minimum Wage

Campus workers can be paid as little as $7.70 per hour, 23 percent less than the county minimum of $10 per hour. (Photo: Bozhena Shuplat)by […]

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Success of Mandatory Orientation to Be Seen Down the Road

by Keenan Long The new implementation of a mandatory orientation stirred up mixed feelings among the student body of current and incoming students. As practiced […]

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Excelsior Scholarship Has Fine Print Attached

by Amanda Gordon and Ryan Dwyer On April 8, 2017, Governor Andrew Cuomo, announced the passage of the Excelsior Scholarship, making New York the first […]

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OL/PA Prepares Students for Success

OL/PA takes a bow. (Photo: Edward Tatton III)by Cassandra Tejeda It is safe to say that the Orientation Leader/Peer Advisor (OL/PA) program at WCC is […]

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WCC Students Should Be Extra…Curricular

by Sam Colonna Being involved in extracurricular activities is something that is drilled into students’ heads from the minute they step on campus. Student activities […]

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Snapchat: A No-Strings-Attached Communication Platform

by Viridiana Vidales Coyt Snapchat, an app originally designed to send pictures and videos to your friends, has quickly become the go-to for uncommitted texting, […]

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Continuing Studies a Popular Goal Among Students

by M. Cristina Guglielmo According to nces.ed.gov, in Fall 2016, some 20.5 million students are expected to attend American colleges and universities, constituting an increase […]

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Why Sticking Out Can Make You Fit In

by Marcus Johnson For many people it is very hard to tell when you have found “that” group of friends. Most assume that finding that […]

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