Different People, Same Face: Twins of Mercy College Expose': or “Twinning”

Different People, Same Face: Twins of Mercy College Expose': or “Twinning”

Shalekiah Barton, Staff Writer
May 17, 2015
Filed under Rough Draft

Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry Campus is known to be a well diverse educational institution. There are many different races, ethnicity's, colors and personalities. You could never walk on campus and see the same type of student or professor. Everyone looks different, every one, except for the few students... Read more »

Social Media and Relationships: A Juxtaposition between the Generations.

Social Media and Relationships: A Juxtaposition between the Generations.

Rashaan Pace, Lauren Whyte, Impact staff writers
May 14, 2015
Filed under Rough Draft

Since the dawn of civilization every great advancement known to mankind has helped to shape and mold the way in which citizens interact with each other’s as well as the world around them. While our ancestors have laid the foundations for society on which we now stand, passing down pivotal elements... Read more »

Global Warming Poses Abrupt Impact

John Principio, Roddington Jones , and Tiffany Cordero
May 12, 2015
Filed under Impact Now, Rough Draft

If you are wary of global warming and climate change, then perhaps ignorance is in fact bliss.  The horror of what sounds like a familiar movie plot will become a humbling reality.  Though the claims of melting polar caps and heat waves seem like a tedious destiny, consequences are abruptly approaching. Somewhere... Read more »

Depression in Mercy

K Johnson
March 17, 2015
Filed under Rough Draft

“I quit my career and ended a long term relationship because I couldn’t understand that I was struggling with depression.” Depression is a serious illness that can affect anyone and can produce into something worst if not properly treated. As college students the stress of obtaining good grades... Read more »