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Hey mommy write something about us!

Hey mommy write something about us!

Adriana Saad-Vinza, Staff Writter

December 13, 2018


Filed under Words To Express

Writing is not one of my strength but when I share my feelings, I think I can write a lot in minutes. Writing for the college newspaper have been a challenge for me. But at the same time, its been rewarding. Why? Because my husband is proud of me, the girl that used to be afraid to write an essay of...

I want to give up, but I can’t!

I want to give up, but I can’t!

Adriana Saad-VInza, Staff Writter

December 13, 2018


Filed under Words To Express

This year is been one of the toughest one for me. I’ve learned a lot, I’ve learned many things that I wish I knew before. Going from Psychology to Media studies was the best decision I made. Before I transferred to Mercy, I went to a media study teacher in my old school. I told him that I was a...

Keyworth Stadium: The House Its Fans Built

Keyworth Stadium: The House Its Fans Built

December 13, 2018


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

In a world of million dollar stadiums, one small American soccer club set out to prove that actions speak louder than money.

The Failed Lighthouse Project and How it Led to the Islanders New Arena

The Failed Lighthouse Project and How it Led to the Islanders New Arena

Daniel Johnston, Impact Staff

December 13, 2018


Filed under Dan's Rant

On Saturday December 1st, the New York Islanders returned to the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum for the first time since April 25th, 2015. The last time the Islanders played a game at the Coliseum, they forced a deciding game 7 against the Washington Capitals during the first round of the 2015 Sta...

The Mets are Going All In

The Mets are Going All In

Daniel Johnston, Impact Staff

December 13, 2018


Filed under Dan's Rant

In 2015, the New York Mets shocked everyone in Major League Baseball. The Mets, after years of turmoil, made it all the way to the World Series. Losing in 5 games to the Kansas City Royals. The Mets were led by one of the most dynamic young pitching rotations since the Atlanta Braves in the 1990’s....

Procastination and it’s Affects on College Students

Procastination and it’s Affects on College Students

Daniel Johnston, Impact Staff

December 13, 2018


Filed under Dan's Rant

While attending college, it can be very difficult to stay on top of all of the schoolwork that professors give out on a weekly basis. Many college students have a hard time balancing their assignments while still trying to get an adequate amount of sleep, work a part-time job, as well as have some remanence...

When will New York Sports be good again?

When will New York Sports be good again?

Michael Panteleo, Impact Staff

December 10, 2018


Filed under Unpopular Complaint

Currently it is a sad time to be a New York Sports fan. The New York Jets are 4-9, the Giants are 5-8. Both teams are not going to make the playoffs. Another year will go by where New York teams will not make the playoffs. The Jets are what they are every year and that is just a mess. They drafted...

Kareem Hunt Just Let Himself and His Team Down

Kareem Hunt Just Let Himself and His Team Down

Michael Panteleo, Impact Staff

December 4, 2018


Filed under Unpopular Complaint

Kareem Hunt was released by the Kansas City Chiefs on November 30 after a video was released of Hunt in an altercation with a woman in a hotel from the previous February. Hunt was placed on the commissioners exempt list. Shortly after Hunt was informed that he had been released. This was terrible...

Professors and the importance of it

Professors and the importance of it

Adriana Saad-Vinza, Staff Writer

November 29, 2018


Filed under Words To Express

When you go to college, you always expect to enjoy the class and learn from it. It becomes difficult when the one who is supposed to love that class can’t even explain it. Professors are supposed to teach you to love their classes or at least to make the classes understandable. I think all students...

Searching for Home

Searching for Home

Valerie Lopez, Impact Staff

November 22, 2018


Filed under ChatsWithVal

He goes to the grocery store where he must wait in line for hours just to get a gallon milk three times the regular price.The shelves are packed with little to no food.He is no longer the boy sneaking into his house late at night after a night on the beach with friends. He is a man trying to help his...

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