Monthly Archive: May 2016

Everything Students Need for WCCC Graduation

| By Katie Thompson | As graduation approaches, students scramble to gather their cap and gown, transcripts, completed transfer applications, and wits- but what exactly do WCCC students need for graduation? How should a...

Barbara Eherenriech Common Experience visit at WCCC

Barbara Ehrenreich, author of 21 books, including The New York Times best seller, Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America, visited Warren County Community College on April 14 for a special Q&A session...

Graduation Day – Leave something behind!

“Wherever you go, go with all your heart.”  (Confucius) | By Barbara Donnelly | Graduation Day, Saturday May 21, 2016, will be one of the most memorable days of your life. It is a...

May Math Contest

Sponsored by Mu Alpha Theta, Warren County Community College’s National Mathematics Honor Society Prize: $10 Gift Card Sponsored by Mu Alpha Theta Warren County Community College’s National Mathematics Honor Society Simplify the following basic...

Muses in the Vineyard

Muses in the Vineyard is a celebration of music, of the women, by the women and for everyone. May 14, 2016 11:00 am – 9:00 pm (doors open at 10:00am) Brook Hollow Winery 594...

April is “National Donate Life” Month

| By The Student Nurse Organization (SNO) | Did you know that over 22 people die every day waiting for a transplant? In fact there are more than 122,000 people across the United States...

Tutoring: The Key to Success

| By Matthew Rand | When it comes to college students struggling with one or multiple classes, the number one resource is getting a tutor. A tutor is a teacher, usually who teaches with...

Learning from a Distance

| By Kylie Reaman | The Distance Learning opportunity began at Warren County Community College over 10 years ago and is very convenient for students who cannot make it to class every day. Distance...

Cyber Bullying or Verbal Abuse Made Simple

| By Maria Goncharenko | “If you’ve heard, “You’re Too Sensitive” you’ve heard verbal abuse” explains Patricia Evans, interpersonal communications specialist and the speaker against Verbal Abuse. Abuse is defined as improper or excessive...