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The Ultimate New York Yankees Offseason Preview 2017-18

The Ultimate New York Yankees Offseason Preview 2017-18

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

November 30, 2017


Filed under Tales Of An American Redhead

With the New York Yankees coming one game short of making the World Series, many questions are being asked. With longtime Manager Joe Girardi being let go after 10 seasons in the Bronx, many are curious about who will be at the helm next season? Also, with a great amount of young and talented players...

When You Have to Let a Best Friend Go to Tennessee

When You Have to Let a Best Friend Go to Tennessee

Matt Reich, Staff Writer

November 19, 2017


Filed under Matt Says It

“Yeah the cops came.” The short text read. A thick pad taped to the left side of my stomach as I laid on the coach. My side aching across four etched lines with a north star for the most blistering pain. “I hope everything is okay. Let me know what happens.” It was the last time we ever...

Installing Body detectors in School to Prevent School Shootings.

Installing Body detectors in School to Prevent School Shootings.

Andrea Loaiza, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017


Filed under The New Girl On The Block

When I’m sitting in my class and zoning out, I imagine someone coming to my class and shooting. I turn back to reality and face the door with relief, I tell myself that there is no one there, to just breath. It won’t happen to me…but that’s what everyone else said until it happened to them. I ge...

Why Cheat on Your Significant Other?

Why Cheat on Your Significant Other?

Tanisha Esprit, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017


Filed under The Tea Whisperer

When I hear someone have cheated on their significant other,  it angers me. Why cheat? Let’s get something clear before I actually continue on, I haven’t been cheated on from my knowledge. I️ am not talking on this subject based on personal experience. However, I do know a lot of people that...

Stop Abusing Children

Stop Abusing Children

Tanisha Esprit, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017


Filed under The Tea Whisperer

Why should anyone harm a child? Why should children have to suffer because individuals are wicked and selfish? Children abuse is sometimes done by their own parents.Parents are the reason that children come into the world. The parents are the caregivers most times. They are suppose to love, care,...

To Hell With Smartphones

To Hell With Smartphones

Mark McCarthy, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017


Filed under The Weekly Rage

I know I might be coming off as an 80-year-old grandpa, but screw it, you all need to be told the truth. SMART PHONES ARE TERRIBLE. Oh, and before you make the argument,  "Oh Mark you own one too, don’t be a baby," let me make one thing clear: I don’t own a smartphone in any capacity. I...

Decisions: Big and Small

Decisions: Big and Small

Jess Brandt, Sports Editor

November 9, 2017


Filed under The Joke's On Jess

Decisions are a big part of our lives. We make small decisions every day, like, what should we eat or what should we drink. Then there are those times where we have to make big decisions that could impact the rest of our lives. I know that sounds extreme, but it’s true. Some decisions we make impact o...

License and Registration, Please

License and Registration, Please

Liv Meier, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017


Filed under Blonde & Brains

Like most 21-year-olds, sometimes I do unsafe things while driving. I don’t necessarily think it’s on purpose – I’m just a college student. I drive fast, have no patience and am always running late. And while I haven’t received many citations for my actions, I have been pulled over by the c...

We Are Paramore: The Trio’s NYC Comeback

We Are Paramore: The Trio’s NYC Comeback

Nicole Acosta, Staff Writer

November 5, 2017


Filed under Nic's Notables

Its been about a month since my presence at the Paramore concert at Radio City Music Hall and I still can’t watch back my concert videos without almost throwing my phone against the wall from excitement. Paramore decided to leave their NYC fandom "shook" when they announced their North American...

5 Things I’ve Learned from “Stranger Things” Season 2

5 Things I’ve Learned from “Stranger Things” Season 2

Liv Meier, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under Blonde & Brains

Sorry to anyone who hasn't finished the season... slight spoilers ahead. I’ve had October 27th circled in my planner for months now. After I finished binge watching the first season in mid-January (I know, I was late to the game), the excitement for season two started immediately. But let me tell ...

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