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Reclaiming V-Day

February 14, 2015

  Christmas has come and gone and now Valentine’s Day is here to claim whatever is left in our wallets. As college students, one can only assume that there wasn’t much in there to begin with....

Getting To Know Mercys President Hall

Getting To Know Mercy’s President Hall

Taylor Ryan, Impact Staff November 2, 2014

Before now, he had probably already done a few interviews, answered monotonous questions about his visions for Mercy, and spoken into tape recorders while wincing for flashing cameras. As Mercy’s new...

The Secret Life of a Simple Man

The Secret Life of a Simple Man

Taylor Ryan, Features Editor May 18, 2014

It’s always easiest to write about a person once you’ve met them. Proper interviews are embellished with personal quirks, ambiance, and body language. Without these things, getting a firm grasp on...

Killing the Messenger

Killing the Messenger

Taylor Ryan May 18, 2014

Marketing gurus will tell you that customer service is a product. And if you really think about it, they are absolutely right. A slow or sassy waitress has just as much potential to disappoint as the side...

Pulling up truths in Americas Garden

Pulling up truths in America’s Garden

Taylor Ryan, Features Editor April 26, 2014

Becoming a singing icon happens quickly, but becoming a retired singing icon sometimes happens even faster. The good ones become multiplatinum record holders, dabble a bit in Hollywood, rock a few tours...

Its too early for a cat about some controversy?

It’s too early for a cat fight…how about some controversy?

Taylor Ryan, Features Editor April 17, 2014

Every Tuesday morning starts like a bad dream. I routinely hit snooze on my alarm clock three times and debate on whether today school is a need to go type of situation before hitting it a fourth time....

What a Drag: The Dangers Of E-Cigs

What a Drag: The Dangers Of E-Cigs

Taylor Ryan, Features Editor March 24, 2014

It is one day before Spring Break and Richard Handler cannot get out of Main Hall fast enough. He would’ve seemed out of place in his pajamas had the rest of Mercy’s dormers not been wearing variation...

Taking Away My Anxiety

Taking Away My Anxiety

Taylor Ryan, Features Editor March 21, 2014

The ones who normally recognize the unforgiving speed of life are normally ones who have lived through most of theirs. They have gray hair and children. They've paid a few bills and can shed some light...

Why Cant We Be Friends?

Why Can’t We Be Friends?

Taylor Ryan, Features Editor March 8, 2014

Growing up with three brothers meant I spent more time playing in dirt than primping my Barbie’s hair. Star Wars took precedence over Hannah Montana, and climbing in trees with the neighborhood boys...

The Kegs Been Tapped

The Kegs Been Tapped

Taylor Ryan, Features Editor February 21, 2014

It has been long after the music died and Baby Booming young bloods are now grandparents, reprimanding our choice of song and griping of better days. They have given up their poodle skirts and 1970’s...

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