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The Sad Truth About Alcoholism

The Sad Truth About Alcoholism

Jared Naut, Impact Staff

April 24, 2019


Filed under Intuitions From A 21 Year Old, Top Columns

People say that illness is something you are born with, like cancer, or something that goes away after a few days, like the flu. But to me, alcoholism is another form of ailment. No matter how hard some individuals try to stop, not everyone can. Addiction is one of the most talked about illnesses...

What to Expect From the New Look Jets

What to Expect From the New Look Jets

Michael Panteleo, Impact Staff

April 17, 2019


Filed under Unpopular Complaint

The New York Jets made some much-needed upgrades to their franchise. They fired head coach Todd Bowles who finished the 2018 season 4-12. There were a lot of high expectations for when Todd Bowles came to New York. Sadly, they were never met. He was a good NFL player who won a championship as a player....

Why Fortnite’s v8.20 Content Update Was Great

Why Fortnite’s v8.20 Content Update Was Great

Brian Pineiro, Impact Staff

April 12, 2019


Filed under Brian's Banter

On Mar. 27, Fortnite: Battle Royale released an update that the community has widely rejected, but not me. And here is why.

How to Eat Ramen With a Plastic Knife

How to Eat Ramen With a Plastic Knife

Steven Keehner, Associate Editor

April 11, 2019


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

I'm free to be whatever I, whatever I choose, and I'll sing the blues if I want.

The Time That I Had A Dream Come True

The Time That I Had A Dream Come True

Jared Naut, Impact Staff

April 3, 2019


Filed under Intuitions From A 21 Year Old

It was September 26th, 2011; I was a young twelve-year-old boy tuning into one of his favorite television shows, The Sing-Off, it was a singing competition where acappella groups competed to win a record deal. I tuned into the show this day, like I did every week. But season three was which was the se...

Diabetes vs Man and Family

Diabetes vs Man and Family

Michael Panteleo, Impact Staff

March 21, 2019


Filed under Unpopular Complaint

Illness took over my grandpas’ life and he could not escape.

Thomas to Baltimore: How Sports Can Reflect Our Society

Thomas to Baltimore: How Sports Can Reflect Our Society

Steven Keehner, Associate Editor

March 18, 2019


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

Earl Thomas' move to the Baltimore Ravens may be an important football move. But, the implications it carries are bigger than any game.

It’s Time to Hold the NFL and Its’ Players Accountable

It’s Time to Hold the NFL and Its’ Players Accountable

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

March 17, 2019


Filed under Sports With EJ

The NFL continues to mishandle how many games players should be suspended for putting their hands on women.

ConciURGE: Tales of a NYC Doorman

ConciURGE: Tales of a NYC Doorman

Brian Pineiro, Impact Staff

March 15, 2019


Filed under Brian's Banter

Being a doorman may sound uneventful, but being one in New York City is anything but. Here is one last look, shift if you will, as my life as one.

The Struggles Of A 21st Birthday

The Struggles Of A 21st Birthday

Jared Naut, Impact Staff

March 13, 2019


Filed under Intuitions From A 21 Year Old

My birthday has always fallen over spring break while being in college and I'm very excited to be celebrating my big 21st in Mexico.

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