Mt. Vernon Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard visits and addresses Westchester Community College Mt. Vernon extension center.
Current events and news occurring on campus, locally and nationally.
O’Brien talks about the administration, faculty and students responses to COVID-19 closing campus doors and learning digitally.
“Our bill would allow individuals to sue tech companies that don’t take proper steps to prevent online child exploitation, and it’s an important step to protect the most vulnerable among us.”
Ashlene Charles interviews Donnie Simmons Jr.
Virtually all of American higher education is now taking place in the electronic realm of online learning. As of March 23, the first day of classes following an extended Spring break, this includes SUNY/Westchester Community College. The trend started with Princeton University and Stanford University, […]
WCC students who are the first in their family to attend college may not think of Vassar College, the famous liberal arts school in Poughkeepsie, NY, as within their reach. Not so, according to Robin Graff, of the Transfer division of the WCC Counseling Department. She […]
On Wednesday, February 5th, President Trump was formally acquitted by the United States Senate on two articles of impeachment. This means Trump will remain in office for the remainder of this presidential term. The president had been charged with abuse of power and obstruction of […]
Starting February 19th, the Academic Support Center will offer additional tutorial assistance for Macroeconomics (ECON 101), Microeconomics (ECON102), and Personal Finance (SS105) classes. Tutoring services are available on Wednesdays from 9 am until 5 pm. Friday sessions from 8 am until 4 pm were also […]
During Black History Month, it would be fitting not only to congratulate Hip-Hop artist Tyler the Creator for his recent Grammy win but also to draw attention to his post-Grammy interview, in which he called his award a “back-handed compliment.” During the 62nd Grammy Awards […]
On Thursday, February 13th, fourteen Westchester Community College students traveled to Boston to take part in Harvard’s 67th Annual National Model United Nations (HNMUN). The trip was sponsored by the Political Activist Club, with Professor George Keteku as the faculty advisor. For four days, the […]