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Impact Wins Four Awards At NYPA; Simas Wins First Place

Impact Wins Four Awards At NYPA; Simas Wins First Place
May 3, 2017

The Impact was awarded four journalism awards by the New York Press Association last week, earning the second most writing awards in the state for the second year in a row. The 2016 awards was also...

How Private Are Your Privacy Settings?

How Private Are Your Privacy Settings?
November 22, 2011

What you put on the Internet may come back to haunt you was the warning given to students last month by a panel of cyber experts. October marks the eighth annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month...

BLOG: Suicide Blah Blah

November 22, 2011

Suicide, what a joke? If you’re reading this and asking yourself “Is he going to bash people who commit suicide?” then I suggest you click the X in the upper right corner of the screen, because...

BLOG: Get A Life Hackers

November 22, 2011

What’s worse, a child molester or an internet hacker? I would say a child molester. But based on what I’ve seen America considers internet hackers to be more important to keep in jail.   Why...

The Strange Timeline In The Trial Of The King Of Pop

November 21, 2011

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...

Award Winning Author Speaks To Mercy College

November 21, 2011

The 2007 winner of the Miguel Marmol prize for an outstanding first work of fiction addressed the Mercy College Bronx Campus last month about literature and Latino culture, and how the two blend together...

Got Hookah?

Got Hookah?
November 21, 2011

New York nightclubs are seeing a rise in a Middle Eastern tradition that dates back over 400 years. And while cigarettes can get a patron kicked out of a club, hookah can make smokers hover around a pipe. With...

When It Comes To Class Times, The Early Bird Gets The ‘A’

November 21, 2011

  “So you’re saying that if I enroll in an evening class, I’m going to get lower grades than someone enrolled in a morning class?” asked Joseph Pope, a student-athlete at Mercy College. Some...

Obama Looks To Curb College Debt

November 21, 2011

President Barack Obama has a plan to help students pay for their loans in the down economy as the debt has surpassed $1 trillion. The proposed law will lower the maximum amount students have to pay annually...

OP/ED: Should HIV Infected Athletes Be Allowed To Play Contact Sports

November 21, 2011

There are hundreds of thousands of people, children and adults alike, who indulge and admire the world that surrounds sports. Of those who hold sports close to their hearts, several, if not all, spend...

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