OP/ED: Ben Bradlee’s Death and What It Means For Future Journalists

OP/ED: Ben Bradlee’s Death and What It Means For Future Journalists

Maria Elena Perez, Managing Editor
November 16, 2014
Filed under Opinion

On Oct. 21, legendary Washington Post executive editor Ben Bradlee passed away at the age of 93, after suffering from Alzhemier’s disease and dementia for several years. Bradlee changed the way Americans thought about journalism, leading the Washington Post through the era of the Pentagon Papers... Read more »

Nobody is safe.

Nobody is safe.

Samuel Neve, Contributing Editor
October 6, 2014
Filed under Opinion, The Stiff Upper Lip

Social media is one of the greatest productions of modern society, it has literally helped billions of people connect all over the world in ways that a generation before could only team about. One of the key issues with social media  is how I believe, it has an effect on the modern relationship. ... Read more »

OP/ED: Jennifer Lawrence’s Nudie Pics Aren’t For Your Eyes

OP/ED: Jennifer Lawrence’s Nudie Pics Aren’t For Your Eyes

Erminia Errante, Senior Editor
September 30, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Privacy is a virtue, and seems to even be a privilege nowadays. Internet privacy has always been an issue, but this is getting worse and worse as the days go by. Actually, it is getting ridiculous. Seems to be great that all these celebs got their nudies leaked on the web for all you gawkers out... Read more »

OP/ED: Feminism: One Big Fad?

OP/ED: Feminism: One Big Fad?

Maria Elena Perez, Managing Editor
September 30, 2014
Filed under Opinion

The ALS ice bucket challenge and The He for She campaign are two different campaigns, spreading awareness for two different causes. Despite their differences, they have one major thing in common: They’re just one big fad. Over the summer, The ALS ice bucket challenge was a nice way to spread... Read more »

No. You Sir, Have a Nice Day…

No. You Sir, Have a Nice Day…

Katie O'Connor, Impact Staff
May 4, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Working in the service industry these days takes a special type of person. The qualities needed to survive are a concoction of character traits that if not possessed, could crumble you to the core. As long as you’re a hard worker, the only other ingredients needed are a little bit of sweetness mixed... Read more »

World Cup Warm Up.

World Cup Warm Up.

Samuel Neve, Opinions Editor
April 23, 2014
Filed under Opinion

What does Mercy know about the most popular sport in the world? Read More »

Have a nice day…

Have a nice day…

Samuel Neve, Opinions Editor
April 12, 2014
Filed under Opinion

As long as you grew up in some form of modern civilization and went to school, then you should at least by now have a basic set of manners imprinted on your brain. Read... Read more »

OP/ED: The Pseudo Modern Addiction

OP/ED: The Pseudo Modern Addiction

Samuel Neve, Opinions Editor
March 27, 2014
Filed under Opinion

The world of addiction is a dark downward spiral that engulfs everyone who falls into it’s vicious trap. There are many different types of addiction, yet I wonder if modern addictions are really addictions at all.  Do they affect the brain and such as common addictions like alcohol, drugs and... Read more »

OP/ED: Is that rape?

OP/ED: Is that rape?

Sasha Majette, Senior Editor
March 13, 2014
Filed under Opinion

A young woman recently turned to Reddit to ask for help after the violent way she lost her virginity, and I inadvertently started a firestorm by asking the question "Is that rape?" The woman goes into graphic details explaining her encounter with the man she only names as "M" whom she had been dating... Read more »

Mixing School and Social Life: Can You Handle It?

Mixing School and Social Life: Can You Handle It?

Stephanie Gelsey, Impact Staff
March 6, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Is it possible to mix business with pleasure? School life with social life? Is anyone capable of having both, without failing at one or the other? The transition from high school to college is always a nerve-racking experience, no one is entirely prepared for the situations they will be thrown into,... Read more »