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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Contract Negotiations for College Employees

Welcome new and old students! As WCC students, you must be asking yourself regularly what the faculty union is talking about these days. You do […]

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Jets try to rebuild team

| by JP Tremarzo | The team Rex Ryan always wanted is here, too bad he is not! The Jets look like a team that […]

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That Associate’s degree means something

| by Matt Beitscher | College graduate. It boggles the mind to think that I can call myself that. I’m proud of what I’ve done, I […]

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Maybe Next Week

| by Scott Zaluda | Did you ever need something important from someone that you kept asking for but kept hearing “maybe next week”? For years, […]

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‘Do you love, or are you in love?’

| by Viridiana Vidales | Every time I’ve been in love, I have loved. It sounds weird, you’re probably thinking “well it’s the same thing.” […]

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Editorial: Cuesta’s appeal reveals flaws

Recently, the SGA election results were announced to the public. The only contested election was the presidential race, between senator Paul-Anthony Cuesta and Philip Gigante. […]

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FT view: Got MOOC?

| by Scott Zaluda | In case you haven’t kept up your subscription to The Buffalo News, here’s a recent headline. Tens of thousands take first […]

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Letter to the Editor: Smart Arts

| by V.Gail Myers | VALHALLA, NY. On October 22, 2014, at Westchester Community College in Valhalla, New York, the formation of the SmartArtspreneurs ushered in […]

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