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Alternatively Educated

Alternatively Educated

Daniel Johnston, Impact Staff

October 2, 2018


Filed under Dan's Rant

There are many issues a student can face throughout their four years in high school. Some students struggle with mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, while others may have a learning disability such as dyslexia or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, otherwise known as ADHD. These is...

The Afternoon/Evening Shift

The Afternoon/Evening Shift

Brian Pineiro, Impact Staff

October 1, 2018


Filed under Brian's Banter

Whether it's the bottom of the ninth, two outs of a tied baseball game, the two minute warning in the fourth quarter of a highly competitive football bout, or “the last two minutes of any professional basketball game” according to Wanda of the Fairly OddParents, that is where the greats separate themselves from the good.

Farewell to the Captain

Farewell to the Captain

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

September 30, 2018


Filed under Sports With EJ

Saturday night we said goodbye to one of the greatest New York Mets of all time. The captain, David Wright. Wright took the field for the first time since 2016 in what would be his final game as a major league baseball player. It was announced a few weeks ago that this would be his final game after...

The NFL is Soft

The NFL is Soft

Mike Panteleo, Staff Writer

September 27, 2018


Filed under Unpopular Complaint

The NFL is changing. It is changing for the worse because of all these new rules and regulations. Player safety is very important when dealing with the game of football. Keeping the players safe should be a top priority when playing the game. Football is a full contact sport in which...

Steven Responds to Himself About Vegans and Vegetarians at Mercy

Steven Responds to Himself About Vegans and Vegetarians at Mercy

Steven Keehner, Impact News

September 27, 2018


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

I made a mistake when getting angry about Mercy's food situation, now, I fix it.

How To Love Someone

How To Love Someone

Valerie Lopez, Impact Staff

September 26, 2018


Filed under ChatsWithVal

  This generation is known for guarded emotions, trust issues , and hiding behind screens. We’ve grown accustom to  sending emoji’s instead of words, liking pictures instead of giving compliments, and making things unofficial due to the fear of getting hurt. We’ve grown afraid of being...

Dancing With The Stars Juniors: Will it be a Hit or a Miss?

Dancing With The Stars Juniors: Will it be a Hit or a Miss?

Jared Naut, Impact Staff

September 26, 2018


Filed under Intuitions From A 20 Year Old

June 1st, 2005, that is the day the world was introduced to the new reality competition show Dancing With The Stars where celebrities would compete with professional dancers to try and become the best dancer and win something called the mirrorball trophy. The first season aired in the summer of 2005 w...

Never Too Late to Restart Your Day

Never Too Late to Restart Your Day

Hope Androsko, Staff Writer

September 25, 2018


Filed under The Telltale Hope

When I was a little girl, my mom and I developed a phrase that we can say to restart our days. It stemmed from the mornings when we were both rushing, her to get to work, and for me to make it to the bus on time. Whenever we were late and snapping at each other in the morning rush we would take the time...

The Morning Shift

The Morning Shift

Brian Pineiro, Impact Staff

September 24, 2018


Filed under Brian's Banter

As a concierge/doorman there are three main shifts throughout any given work day and I have had the pleasure (displeasure?) or working all of them at some point during my “journey” as a doorman. Today we focus on the beginning, the morning shift. Better be a morning person if you plan on taking this Herculean task or if not, you better have an acquired taste for caffeine.

Who’s Really in Control?

Who’s Really in Control?

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

September 23, 2018


Filed under Sports With EJ

The days of owners and general managers being the ones in charge seem to be a thing of the past. It used to be that the players sign the contracts and play with that team for the length of the contract unless ownership or management decides to trade them elsewhere. But lately it seems like it’s the...

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