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Changes Coming to FAFSA

Changes Coming to FAFSA

Erykah Beaulieu, Reporter October 12, 2021

Modification and changes are coming to the 2022-2023 FAFSA, short for Free Application for Federal Student Aid, which gives students financial aid access. The add-ons and changes by the U.S. Department...

Pandemics, Healing and Reflection.

Erykah Beaulieu, Staff Writer September 19, 2021

We are almost nine months behind us and three months ahead before a new year, and much contemplating has been done in my life around this time. I have looked over my forgotten "new year, new me," list...

Journalism: My First Love

Journalism: My First Love

Erykah Beaulieu, Impact Staff November 30, 2020

“Sit down and read a book.” Those words fluttered through my childhood home often as I ran about being busy. My tiny hands always seemed to follow my brain, which led to many childhood mistakes...

hand of a woman drawing in a jotter on the table, selective focus

A Letter to Me from Me 

Erykah Beaulieu, Impact Staff November 23, 2020

Dear Ery,  Life has never been its kindest, but you've survived it to this point. From an outsider looking in, some might believe your life is easy, and some may even dare utter “privileged.” At...

This is America.

This is America.

Erykah Beaulieu, Impact Staff November 15, 2020

My heart aches. My body is somewhat numb. My brain is conditioned. 155 years ago, my ancestors were “freed.” Screams and cries echoed through the streets as the burden of being a human owned by another...

Young Americans Fear Election Results, Not Pleased With Either Candidate

Young Americans Fear Election Results, Not Pleased With Either Candidate

Erykah Beaulieu, Impact Staff November 4, 2020

If one point is true about what the current Presidential election has done, it's that it has put the United States of America through a period of civil unrest. People have accused the media of pushing...

Troubled Youth

Erykah Beaulieu October 29, 2020

When a child is born, parents see that child as something pure and innocent that needs to be protected from the world. A new creation brought onto earth that was made with their aid and will be raised...

Ugh, Roommates.

Ugh, Roommates.

Erykah Beaulieu October 5, 2020

As summer comes to an end, college students begin to prepare for those long 15 weeks spent studying, stressing over exams, and 11:59 pm deadlines. Those who dorm and don’t have the opportunity to have...

The Vaccine

Erykah Beaulieu October 1, 2020

When introducing anything new, there will be skepticism, and that is something to be expected. Various people will be the first ones willing to try the new product without hesitation, while others will...

10 ways to stay connected with loved ones during Covid

10 ways to stay connected with loved ones during Covid

September 20, 2020

If we can’t agree on anything else, I am sure that we can agree on how hard adapting to living in a pandemic has been. Friends are no longer as close to us as we would like and our family members seem...

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