Mobile feasts on wheels have arrived

by TM Walsh | Food trucks are no longer a trend but are a mainstay in today’s food industry. In our on the move world of […]

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Are You Aware?

By Tracy S Policicchio | I am deaf! I read that recently and had to look up the word deaf because I was uncomfortable with calling […]

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Student Involvement Day Q&A

By TM Walsh Student Involvement Day proved to be very fruitful to both students and clubs alike. Judging by the amount of students attending the event, […]

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Net Neutrality, the Internet’s Savior

By Paul Friedman |  Since it’s inception the Internet has been a force to reckon with and it has been constantly evolving without many obstacles […]

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To Text and Walk or Not to Text and Walk, that is the Question?

By Al Brown | Being a student at WCC for some time has made me very observant of a few things. Texting and walking has seemed […]

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Militarization of Police

By Paul Friedman “Conservatives, libertarians and liberals should all worry about the militarization of police,” wrote Fox News’ John Stossel  in an opinion article from […]

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Don’t force diversity- let it come natural

By Paul Friedman In 2014, for the United States, the month of August has been a whirlwind of controversy and tragedy.  Michael Brown an 18-year-old […]

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Good Reason for ALS Challenge

By Bridget Danso Tim Shaw, an ex NFL player  who was diagnosedwith ALS in April, 2014  started the awareness of the #icebucketchallenge because he did […]

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For College Students, Internships Should Be Like Precious Stones

by Kyria Aho Precious stones are rare and highly attractive, causing them to be expensive. The search for precious stones has been made easy by […]

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