All Lives Matter

Maria Elena Perez, John Principio, and Doris Lavoile
December 14, 2014
Filed under Final Drafts

“We can’t breathe.” This chant has not only been heard on the streets of every major city in America, but upon the streets of Dobbs Ferry, when a protest took place on Wednesday, Dec. 10 at 4 p.m. Around 30 to 40 high school students with their parents marched up and down Main Street, chanting... Read more »

Incase of Crisis App

L Whyte, Impact staff writer
December 8, 2014
Filed under Rough Draft

No longer is it “Stop, drop and roll.” It is now “Stop, drop and pull out your phone.” The Incase of Crisis app was designed to assist students and faculty in case of any emergency while on campus. Campus shootings are almost becoming the new norm, in the United States and various kinds... Read more »

ROUGH domestic violence pt2

T Geigel
October 7, 2014
Filed under Additions

Domestic Violence This month is where we break the silence and speak up about the imminent dangers of domestic violence. As college students, we have services readily available to us such as counselors who deal with trauma. Unfortunately, because we are college student, we might like to think we’re... Read more »

Domestic Violence

M Velasco, Impact Staff
October 6, 2014
Filed under Additions

Warning: Love may cause low self-esteem, depression, paranoia, bruising and may even result in death. Sounds a little crazy right? Well for many it sounds about right. Everyone will probably experience love at least once in his or her life. However, nowhere in love's definition does it include anything... Read more »