Relay For Life Returns for the Third Year

Relay For Life Returns for the Third Year

Karissa Allen, Associate Editor
December 13, 2014
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Five months of preparation doesn’t seem long enough to be able to stay up for 24 hours, especially for those sleep deprived college students, but at the end of the day, it’ll all be worth it. For the third consecutive year, Relay For Life is coming back to Mercy College on May 2, 2015. The committee... Read more »

Stress Relief From Some Friendly Companions

Stress Relief From Some Friendly Companions

Doris Lavoile, Impact Staff
December 10, 2014
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With a finals right around the corner, stress has been a haunting forced all around campus. Rushing to get assignments in on time, striving to get the best grades possible and trying not to miss out on extra credit is only some of the main concern for students. It gets extremely difficult trying to juggle... Read more »

BuyOrSwapU Newest Business Created By Students

Elizabeth Berlin, Impact Staff
December 9, 2014
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It has been three years since Mercy College has re-vamped their entire business program - bringing in new business professionals, a new honors program, and more importantly a new philosophy. “Learning by doing.” However, what exactly does the Mercy College School of Business mean by this? The... Read more »

SGA Surveys Students About Common Hour, Facilities During Snow Storm

Elizabeth Berlin, Impact Staff
December 9, 2014
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The Student Government Association of Mercy College works very hard improvements that will better the student body. These past couple of weeks, the SGA has been meeting with upper administration to find ways to resolve student issues, as well as to get approved for positive enhancements that the student... Read more »

Mercy Debates Who Picks Up The Check

Maritza Velasco, Impact Staff
December 8, 2014
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When preparing for a date, some of the most common thoughts may range from what outfit are you going to wear, where are you going to go and maybe even what are you going to talk about. However, today a question that wasn’t given much thought in the past seems to have become a rather popular dilemma... Read more »

Mercy Welcomes its First Ever Accounting Society Chapter

Mercy Welcomes its First Ever Accounting Society Chapter

Tiffany Cordero , Impact Staff
December 7, 2014
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The Fall 2014 semester has proven to be an exciting year for Mercy College, from its ground breaking for the new dorms, to the introduction of the new nursing program. However, the heroes this semester have truly been the clubs developing around campus that have contributed largely to the development... Read more »

Is Marriage Worth It? Students Weigh In

Is Marriage Worth It? Students Weigh In

Tara Geigel, Impact Staff
December 6, 2014
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A lifelong commitment... Read more »

The Thirst is Real

Krystal Johnson, Impact Staff
November 19, 2014
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The act of "cat calling" has been around for ages, men aggressively attempt to catch the attention of a woman by shouting normally rude or vague comments, which normally results in the woman ignoring him or replying with a counter rude statement. Cat Calling can be embarrassing but most of all annoying.... Read more »

Join The Nation: Building Confidence In College

Join The Nation: Building Confidence In College

Tara Geigel, Impact Staff
November 17, 2014
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Culture in America today heavily emphasizes personal image. Everything from music to movies to social media platforms can influence how a young woman in college may feel about her body. College is a time to figure out who you are as a person, and that can be tainted with negative portrayals in the media.... Read more »

The ISIS Crisis: Former State Department Warns Of Its Danger

The ISIS Crisis: Former State Department Warns Of Its Danger

Lauren Whyte, impact staff
November 16, 2014
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It has been a few months since Dr. David L. Phillips attempted to make his journey into an ISIS territory. While on his journey to Iraq in August, he stopped in Mardin, Turkey when The United States began bombing Iraqi Kurdistan, and all flights were cancelled. Phillips was determined to enter the territory... Read more »