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An Imperfect Guide to Loving Yourself

An Imperfect Guide to Loving Yourself

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

October 19, 2018


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

It's okay to be sad, but it isn't to hate yourself. Here are some tips and resources that can help you.

It’s National Indigenous People Day Not Columbus Day

It’s National Indigenous People Day Not Columbus Day

Valerie Lopez, Impact Staff

October 18, 2018


Filed under ChatsWithVal

Imagine sitting in your own house and having an intruder breaks in , raping the women in your family , taking the children and then declaring your house as their own. That is what happened during the early stages of this country . It is the guilty conscious of America. What they want to sensor in the...

Is The Challenge Becoming Too Drama Based?

Is The Challenge Becoming Too Drama Based?

Jared Naut, Impact Staff

October 17, 2018


Filed under Intuitions From A 20 Year Old

The Challenge is a MTV reality show that premiered on June 1st, 1998 that originally pitted cast members from The Real World and Road Rules to compete for a cash prize with the prize money varying for each season. Each season has a theme, for example the theme for this season is Final Reckoning where...

Phil Collins: Not Dead Yet?

Phil Collins: Not Dead Yet?

Daniel Lederer, Staff Writer

October 17, 2018


Filed under The Daily Grind

On Saturday October 13, I had the wonderful pleasure of seeing one of my favorite musicians in the world live in concert. Phil Collins brought his “Not Dead Yet” concert tour to the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ. Ever since the legend announced his U.S tour back in May 2018, I have been as cra...

Ecuador a tiny country with a lot to offer

Ecuador a tiny country with a lot to offer

Adriana Saad-VInza, Staff Writer

October 17, 2018


Filed under Words To Express

When a person asks me, “where are you from?” I answer them, “from Ecuador.” The person looks at me and says “nice, that’s in central America?” or sometimes she/he says, “where is that?”. I know Ecuador is such a tiny country that you barely hear about. A lot of people can’t figure...

Party Time in The Building

Party Time in The Building

Brian Pineiro, Impact Staff

October 15, 2018


Filed under ConciUrge: Tales of a NYC Doorman, Top Columns

Now when I sit down to write these weekly columns I already know what topic I will be tackling days in advance. Jotting various moments and memories before focusing in on what will make the final cut, but not today.

Do the Giants Regret Drafting Barkley over Darnold?

Do the Giants Regret Drafting Barkley over Darnold?

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

October 14, 2018


Filed under Sports With EJ, Top Columns

It’s been a rough first six weeks for the New York Giants. They are now in last place in the entire league with a record of 1-5 after getting crushed by the Philadelphia Eagles and over the last two seasons only the Cleveland Browns have a worse record than the Giants. To make matters worse, they...

UFC 229 Post Fight Brawl Shows We Still have Alot To Learn

UFC 229 Post Fight Brawl Shows We Still have Alot To Learn

Michael Dunnings, Associate Editor

October 12, 2018


Filed under Musings of Miska

UFC 229 was supposed to be the culmination of the month's long kerfuffle between the camps of Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov. The McGregor and Nurmagomedov fued has been one of the most intensely personal rivalries the UFC has ever seen. Ethnicity, religion, politics, and national history...

Lightning Bolt

Lightning Bolt

Chevaughn Hurst, Impact Staff

October 12, 2018


Filed under Sports Vibes

In sports nothing is certain, but an Usain Bolt win in a 100m and 200m race is pretty much a sure thing. When its Olympics or World Championship time, Jamaica as a country, pause to watch the great Usain Bolt run. If you’re at work, you are looking for the nearest tv. If you’re on your way to work,...

Why I Didn’t Speak Up Sooner

Why I Didn’t Speak Up Sooner

Valerie Lopez, Impact Staff

October 12, 2018


Filed under ChatsWithVal

In the recent events of Brett Kavanaugh being accused of sexually harassment only to be confirmed as the Supreme Court Judge, I am not only frustrated but enraged . How can someone that is holding the most important moral position in the country be accused of sexual harassment ?  A lot of people have...

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