Goal My God!

Goal My God!

September 25, 2012
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Amazed? So was everyone. Except the Lady Mavericks, who knew they had to potential to win big games. The feeling of victory came over Mercy College in a stunning 3-1 win over No. 17 East Stroudsburg on Sept. 23. The Mavericks handed the Warriors their first loss on the season as Mercy improved... Read more »

Bloomberg asks Spiderman for help in job market

May 14, 2012
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By Tom Fehn Looking for a job? Well here comes your friendly neighborhood Spiderman to the rescue! New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, the Daily News and Marvel comics have teamed up to create a comic to help the citizens of New York go through the trials and tribulations that come with looking... Read more »

BSU Proves That Mercy Students Have Talent

May 14, 2012
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By Larryse Brown The Black Student Union of Mercy College hosted its first event of the year last semester, as Mercy students showed off their talent. For an admissions fee of $5, students and faculty, watched BSU’s first talent show featured 27 acts of rapping, poetry, singing and stepping. In... Read more »

Peruvian Ambassadors Lecture Students

May 14, 2012
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By Mary Ann Vaccarello What is Peru? How big is it? What is the population? Is it a good neighbor? Mercy College’s crowded Rotunda of students, faculty, and others learned much when a couple of guests made a visit to the campus. Two ambassadors from the United Nations visited Mercy on last... Read more »

Smart Phones Now Tackling Video Gaming Market

May 14, 2012
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By Tom Fehn New smart phones can allow users to access to listen to music, get on the spot directions with a GPS and even have the ability to find the best restaurants that are within a block of where you are standing. They also do a decent job of doing the “boring” things that a phone... Read more »

Superman Sports Vampire Duds

May 14, 2012
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By Ashley Neff It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s….a strange version of Edward Cullen? Our infamous comic book superhero, Superman, sports a new face-lift and ensemble in the new book “Superman: Earth One,” that recreates the iconic character as a shaggy-haired 20-year-old in a hoodie. What... Read more »

Paranormal Activities Sequel Seems…Pretty Normal

May 14, 2012
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By Ashley Neff Impact Staff I completely believe in the paranormal and ghosts and whatnot, but when it comes to using your imagination, and you have to base your thoughts on the fear of what you can’t see, it scares the life out of me. That’s why I dreaded reviewing Paranormal Activity 2.... Read more »

Karras Aims To Lead Mavs Next Season

May 14, 2012
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ads not by facebook Edit Karras Aims To Lead Mavs Next Season. by The Impact on Thursday, March 3, 2011 at 5:41pm · . January 2011 By Kevin Lewis Jackie Karras fell in love with soccer at an early age. At three years old, she picked up a soccer... Read more »

Soccer Falls Under .500

May 14, 2012
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ads not by facebook Edit Soccer Falls Under .500. by The Impact on Thursday, March 3, 2011 at 5:42pm · . January 2011 By Kevin Lewis The Mercy men’s soccer team made strides in 2010 as they finished 6-7-3, narrowly missing a playoff spot. An... Read more »

Athletes Hope For Larger Gym

May 14, 2012
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By Lemmy Nemuel As Mercy College’s enrollment increases, so does its possible need for a bigger gymnasium. Three years ago, a new gym was built, not figuring the dramatic growth in school attendants. The gym currently has a 220 person maximum (including players and coaches) which has recently... Read more »