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WCC's emergency phone system has been broken for several semesters - Cynthia Lee Sinclair

Sexual assault at Windward

  How to stay safe on campus We don’t like to think about things like sexual assault happening here on our campus. But it did happen, the Friday before spring semester began. The UH community received a system-wide email alert stating that a sexual assault occurred at WCC and that […]

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from left) WCC Chancellor Doug Dykstra, UH Foundation Executive Director of Development for Community Colleges KC Collins, LKOC Scholarship Chair Claudia Webster and LKOC President Diane Harding mark the donation with a ceremonial check - Courtesy of Bonnie Beatson

Lani-Kailua Outdoor Circle funds new WCC student scholarships in environmental studies

  The Lani-Kailua Outdoor Circle recently awarded $6,000 to fund Environmental Studies scholarships at Windward Community College. This gift will be awarded to students during the 2017-2018 academic year. Since 1993, the Lani-Kailua Outdoor Circle has funded more than 50 scholarships for students in agriculture and environmental studies at the […]

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The library staff (back from left): Faye Watanabe, Christy Lawes, Tara Severns, Jill Westover, Sarah Gilman Sur. Student assistants (front from left): Tianna Barber, Eli Haupu, Ihilani Gutierrez.

WCC library staff offers students many resources

    I remember the first time a librarian freaked me out. I grew up in the Midwest where it is unbearably hot and muggy in the summer and inside the house is no better than outside. So I went to the public library to escape the heat. It was […]

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Students from JOUR 250, JOUR 270 and JOUR 285V get a behind-the-scenes look of Hawai‘i News Now – Darlene Lee

Journalism students go behind-the-scenes with media

  This semester, WCC journalism students explored various aspects of journalism and media through special events and guest speakers.   Social media strategists September 27 and 28   JOUR 150 and 250 were visited by members of the U.S. Department of Defense social media team, who shared how they use […]

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Cynthia Lee Sinclair

Windward students venture abroad next year

  Students from Windward Community College will go global next year through new study abroad trips to Aotearoa (New Zealand) and England (United Kingdom) as well as through student-initiated independent travel.   Aotearoa The trip to Aotearoa will take place during spring break from March 24 to April 2. Led […]

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WCC IT specialist Michael McIntosh (left) participates in traditional Scottish dancing during IEW – Cynthia Lee Sinclair

WCC celebrates cultures and people from around the world

  WCC joined hundreds of college campuses across the country in celebrating International Education Week (IEW) last month. IEW provides an opportunity to celebrate cultural diversity and international education and exchange across the United States, according to the U.S. Department of State’s website. Activities and events for WCC’s fifth annual […]

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STAR GPS: The new and easier way to register for classes

STAR GPS: The new and easier way to register for classes

  WCC has a new way for students to register for classes next semester. The STAR GPS registration system allows students to create, customize and track their educational journeys in an organized way. Sarah Akina, Paipai o Ko’olau project adviser and coordinator and social work lecturer at WCC who has […]

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