The Award Winning Newspaper of Mercy College

The Impact

Discovered Has Changed A Contestant’s Life

Discovered Has Changed A Contestant’s Life

Vincent Roszkowski, Entertainment Editor
February 12, 2012
Filed under Music

For Danny Spadaro, his life with music came together six years ago at a seventh grade talent show in West Caldwell, New Jersey. Spadaro knew since he first picked up a guitar at eight years old, and started singing at age 13 in front of live audiences that his passion was driving towards music. However,...

Discovered Competition Prepares For Season 2

Vincent Roszkowski, Entertainment Editor
February 12, 2012
Filed under Music

Students at Mercy College now have a shot of making it big with a simple task, submitting a recorded video of their talents. Only in its second year, the Discovered competition has been a colossal hit with hundreds of videos being uploaded daily to obtain a shot at getting an opportunity to record...

El Sicario, Room 164

Mexican Hitman

El Sicario, Room 164

The man has killed hundreds.

Our Rating: 9/10

Michael Perrota, Faculty Adviser
January 30, 2012
Filed under Movies and Television

Sicarios are professional hit men involved in the drug trafficking trade. They kill, they bomb, they torture, they kidnap. Police and civilians will if need be. While associated with the Columbian cartels, this certain sicario is involved in the Mexican cartels the smuggling operation into the ...

She Smells So Nice

She Smiles So Nice

She Smells So Nice

The first song release for the Doors in 40 years.

Our Rating: 7/10

Michael Perrota, Faculty Adviser
January 30, 2012
Filed under Music

The Doors haven't released a new song in 40 years. Apparently it was "found" on tape recordings forL.A. Woman. Strangely enough (wink), its the 40th anniversary of the L.A. Woman album which is going to be released with new tracks and some recuts . I find it a little suspicious that this song just happe...

Jersey Shore Just Won’t Wash Away

She Smells So Nice

The first song release for the Doors in 40 years.

Our Rating: 7/10

Jasmine Williams, Managing Editor
January 30, 2012
Filed under Mainstream Media's Mold, Movies and Television

The IQ of many American viewers slowly began to decrease as of December 3, 2009 when MTV and 495 Productions decided to air the first season of the Jersey Shore. Two years, four completed seasons and 51episodes later; the show has seemed to have built a loyal fan base thus resulting in season five be...

Now Where Have I Heard That Before?

Now Where Have I Heard That Before?

Vincent Roszkowski
January 29, 2012
Filed under Entertainment, The Weekly SoundOff

College students all over the world always seem to find extremely corny but yet quotable and outrageous Internet sensation videos throughout their time spent in their college careers. Videos from past television shows, stand up comedy, or just average everyday people doing ridiculous acts seems to alw...

The City Dark

The City Dark

An illuminating eye opener

Our Rating: 8/10

Michael Perrota, Faculty Adviser
January 29, 2012
Filed under Movies and Television

I love documentaries. I think they may be the best form of true journalism. Realize the directors who are making these movies have such a passion for the cause, because they are not funded by megastudios. Likely, this movie has devoured every dollar they own, and will likely keep them in debt for years....

‘KameWick’ Doing Its Best Work Right On Campus

The City Dark

An illuminating eye opener

Our Rating: 8/10

Vincent Roszkowski, Staff Writer
November 22, 2011
Filed under Entertainment, Music

    Since the 10th grade, Keith Hurtt and Chuck Bucci knew that they wanted to start a career together in the music industry. The dynamic duo that goes by the name of KameWick brings the world of hip-hop beats, digital and real instruments together. What makes things interesting is...

The Strange Timeline In The Trial Of The King Of Pop

The City Dark

An illuminating eye opener

Our Rating: 8/10

Anne Rugumba, Staff Writer
November 21, 2011
Filed under Music

The date June 25, 2009, is now a day engraved in the minds of so many, a day that will be remembered as a “where where you when” day of this generation.  The King of Pop died mysteriously, and the investigation into his death has continued to be just as puzzling. Michael Jackson defined pop culture...

Headline for Song Review

Song Title

An illuminating eye opener

Our Rating: 8/10

July 10, 2009
Filed under Song Sample

Use this space to write a brief review of a recently released song.  If a song is hosted somewhere on the Internet, you can add a link to it, and your site will automatically generate an audio player.  You can choose to include a star rating system for your users.  If your review is too long, readers...

The Award Winning Newspaper of Mercy College
Entertainment