The alleged captor in Tuesday nights abduction attempt, Alex Wendorf, was arraigned this morning at Norwalk Court. The judge immediately raised his bail from $250,000 to $500,000.
After four months on the job, Evan Christiano, the president of the Student Government, announced his resignation on Tuesday, Dec. 1.
The Student World Assembly (SWA) met with the managers of the West Campus cafeteria on Dec. 3 to discuss price changes that would cover the cost of using environmentally friendly plates and utensils
From Dec. 1 through 14, the Fairfield County Women’s Center (FCWC) at Norwalk Community College will be presenting a traveling exhibit from the organization Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame (CWHF).
On Wednesday Nov. 18, Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) hosted the presentation “Cancer Awareness” in the Gen-Re Forum at Norwalk Community College.
Early this fall, a contest was hosted for faculty and staff members to come up with a name for the new Bill and Melinda Gates Grant that NCC has received for the second time this semester.
By SERENA BROWN The Post 9/11 G.I. Bill, new legislation which ensures a free education to veterans, was signed into law June 30, 2008. The distribution of education benefits has been slow, but finally veterans…
A statement released Tuesday explained:
Effective Dec. 1, 2009 smoking will no longer be allowed on any walkways or roadways between the parking lots and buildings.
The only available space left for smokers are in the parking lots and the smoking huts.
The Student Government of Norwalk Community College held an open forum discussion on Nov. 12 to ask students if they felt safe on campus.
According to Evan Christiano, the president of the Student Government, there have been increasing reports of illicit activity on campus, including violence, drug dealing and sexual harassment.