“No more the meek and mild subservients we, we’re fighting for our rights militantly.” Starting in the early hours of Saturday January 21st, women (and men and children) gathered in crowds of thousands to participate in the “Women’s March” all across the country and overseas in Sydney,...
Amanda Depew is a Radio/TV Production major at Mercy College. Her hobbies include working all the time along with eating all the time. She has many jobs including being a substitute teacher, manager at...Abigail Smith
Abigail may be a Public Accounting major at Mercy College but she's not your average accountant. Abigail enjoys meditating, journaling and reading in her spare time. She doesn't believe in life before coff...Christine Coleman
Christine is an English major at Mercy College who is also minoring in Journalism. In her spare time she enjoys writing, dancing, movies (usually scary ones), and anything having to with the Stranger Things...Alejandra Naranjo
Alejandra is a Music Technology major at Mercy College who is born and raised in Colombia. She writes a column titled Let's Talk... She can reached ANaranjo@theimpactnews.comWeronika Raczek
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Weronika is majoring in Media Studies/Radio and Television Production at Mercy College. Her hobbies are obsessing over television shows, mainly Supernatural (yes, it is still on the air) as well as...Chloe Digianni
Chloe is a junior TV/Radio Production major at Mercy College and is the main videographer. Her talents range from shooting footage in the studio to chasing protesters in Washington D.C with her trusty...Christian Arriaga-Flores
Christian Arriaga-Flores is a Radio/Television Production major at Mercy College born and raised from Newburgh, NY. He likes to chat about anything from pop culture to politics. On his spare time he enjoys...Kimberly Franco
Official records will say I am Kimberly Franco, others may know me as Kiki Facts! I am a Media Studies, TV/Radio Production major at Mercy College. I am addicted to self-help books and healthy living. I am ...Michael Perrota
Prof. Michael Perrota began teaching at Mercy College in 2005. Previously, he was a full-time reporter for North Jersey Media Group in the sports and news sections. After he began teaching, he worked in...