The Struggle With Being Fearless

The Struggle With Being Fearless

Tiffany Cordero , Impact Staff
May 22, 2015
Filed under The Random Hour

Since I first got into college it seems that I have been at a constant tug of war with my identity. My biggest struggle has always been accepting the advice I get from others so that I can grow into a successful adult all while trying to stay true to who I am. It took me... Read more »

An Open Letter to My Father

An Open Letter to My Father

Tiffany Cordero , Impact Staff
May 22, 2015
Filed under The Random Hour

I, like many people around the world grew up without a father or father figure and I never knew how much it affected me until I got older. As much as I would like to say that not having a dad doesn’t faze me, I would be lying because to the contrary it very much does.... Read more »

Arrow 21-23

Arrow 21-23

Rodney Jones, Impact Staff
May 17, 2015
Filed under The Roddington Hour

This episode of “Arrow” began with Oliver and Felicity planning to infiltrate an accountant’s office that works for the secret organization with intent to destroy the Glades. Before they depart, Felicity said Oliver was wrong for what he did to Diggle. He said that he felt justified in what he... Read more »

Arrow- 18-20

Arrow- 18-20

Rodney Jones , Impact Staff
May 17, 2015
Filed under The Roddington Hour

This episode of “Arrow” opens with Oliver hunting a new target from his list who owned apartment buildings that weren’t up to code. Poor wiring resulted in a fire that killed tenants, and poor heating froze tenants to death prior to the fire. Someone named the Savior abducted the man Oliver was... Read more »

Arrow 16-17

Arrow 16-17

Rodney Jones, Impact Staff
May 16, 2015
Filed under The Roddington Hour

In this episode of “Arrow”, a hired assassin came to Starling City. Oliver killed him quickly on a rooftop. However, the conflict didn’t end there, because he came with a target, and whoever the target was wasn’t dead. This could have resulted in another assassin being hired, so Oliver was wary. There... Read more »

It Only Takes One Decision To Make A Change

It Only Takes One Decision To Make A Change

Elizabeth Berlin, Impact Staff
May 15, 2015
Filed under The Future's Voice

“If you think you are too small to make an impact, try going to bed with a mosquito,” a quote by Anita Reddick, and a statement that has not only changed my life, but my outlook on so many things. One would think it would be hard for just one person to make an impact, but it isn’t. Martin Luther... Read more »

Arrow 14-15

Arrow 14-15

Rodney Jones, Impact Staff
May 14, 2015
Filed under The Roddington Hour

This episode of “Arrow” began with Oliver confronting his mother as the Hood. He put on the disguise, broke into her office, and pointed an arrow at her. However, she plead for her life, showing the Hood a picture of himself and Thea. Moira begged him not to take her away from her children, and Oliver... Read more »

Arrow 12-13

Arrow 12-13

Rodney Jones, Impact Staff
May 14, 2015
Filed under The Roddington Hour

Episode 12 of “Arrow” begins with Thea’s plea after driving under the influence. The plea is rejected by the judge, and her case is sent to trial, which could result in jail time for her. Meanwhile, Oliver is trying to help in Thea’s case and asks Laurel for help, but he runs into an old friend... Read more »

Arrow 10-11

Arrow 10-11

Rodney Jones, Impact Staff
May 14, 2015
Filed under The Roddington Hour

This episode of “Arrow” opened with a fireman attempting to retrieve any remaining people in a building. A mysterious man revealed to be Garfield Lynns, threw gasoline on him, killing he man. The story then moves to Oliver, who, after losing his battle against the mysterious hooded man, has decided... Read more »

How about some peace to go with that breakfast?

How about some peace to go with that breakfast?

William Wheeler, Impact Staff
May 7, 2015
Filed under Food For Thought

There’s calmness when waking up with the chill of the sunrise. Grass, like the tip of a quill, is dipped with frost. Toes are stretching out and the body begins to gain balance. The sun is yet to break the noise of the black sky, much like the alarm clock. There is nowhere to go for the next three... Read more »