Sacrafices: An Athletes World

Sacrafices: An Athletes World

Marie Roser, Impact Staff
March 30, 2015
Filed under Probably Maybe

This past week was spring break! For normal kids it means time off from school. Vacations to nice places. Partying and drinking having a great time with all your friends. Then there's the college athletes. For us spring break is just another sacrifice that has to be made if your a spring sport... Read more »

Mind Over Matter

Mind Over Matter

Marie Roser, Impact Staff
March 25, 2015
Filed under Probably Maybe

Your mind is a crazy thing. What's even crazier is the things that it allows you to do and the things it holds you back from. As an athlete the mind is just another aspect to overcome. For some, it's a bigger obstacle than others. It's a thing where seeing the glass half full can get you a lot... Read more »

Just What Does Make March Madness So Great

Just What Does Make March Madness So Great

Marie Roser, Impact Staff
March 23, 2015
Filed under Probably Maybe

So it's that time of year again! The Super Bowl, the World Series, the Stanley Cup Finals, the NBA Finals, the Daytona 500 and Wimbledon. All great sports events. All huge spectacles. But nothing compares to one of America's greatest sporting event. March Madness is now upon us! It's one of those... Read more »

Love Comes Like a Dream and Leaves Like a Nightmare

Love Comes Like a Dream and Leaves Like a Nightmare

Karissa Allen, Associate Editor
March 21, 2015
Filed under Strike Of Enlightening

Heart beats fast. Colors and promises. How to be brave? How can I love when I’m afraid to fall? But watching you stand alone. All of my doubts suddenly goes away somehow. All of my life I have sat here and watched people come and go from my life, most of the time not telling anyone how... Read more »

#BlackLivesMatter: The New Civil Rights Movement

#BlackLivesMatter: The New Civil Rights Movement

Rashaan Pace, Impact Staff
March 12, 2015
Filed under True Story

The United States of America, the birthplace of many revolutionary ideals and documents such as the Declaration of Independence and The Constitution, rendered it’s citizens radical inspiring words such as, “We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal”, and “ We the... Read more »

Growing Up, Sucks!

Growing Up, Sucks!

Shalekiah Barton, Staff writer
March 12, 2015
Filed under Real Talk

My parents warned me, but I didn't want to listen. Growing up, sucks. As a child, born in the 90's, everyday was great. I had not a care in the world. The toughest thing I had to decide, was what cereal I wanted to eat for breakfast. Do I go light with Cheerios or sugary with Cinnamon... Read more »

Appreciate What You Have

Appreciate What You Have

Marie Roser, Impact Staff
March 9, 2015
Filed under Probably Maybe

This past weekend, my lacrosse team traveled to Washington, D.C. for a game. While we were there we got the opportunity to visit some of the monuments, including the White House. The inside was not as big as I had imagined, which is some what of a let down. We also visited two museums:  the Air... Read more »

A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed

A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed

Maritza Velasco, Impact Staff
March 5, 2015
Filed under On A Tangent

I have a friend named Maegan that I’ve only known for about two and a half years, yet I feel like I’ve known her for so much longer and I consider her to be my best friend. ... Read more »

The Grim Always Reaps.

The Grim Always Reaps.

Shalekiah Barton, Staff Writer
March 5, 2015
Filed under Real Talk

I guess it is really true, that death has no Ears, Eyes or Emotions. It cant hear families weep, for their loved ones. It cant see families in pain and distress. And it cant feel, the anguish, confusion and hurt that one does after losing a mother, father, daughter, son, wife or husband. In a... Read more »

And So It Begins

And So It Begins

Marie Roser, Impact Staff
March 2, 2015
Filed under Probably Maybe

As the first game of my lacrosse season begins today, so does the stress of having zero time. It's only Monday and I'm already having anxiety and feeling rushed. I have three games alone this week, and not to mention classes and presentations that I have to do, and papers that I have to write. On... Read more »