The Impact

The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina, Is It Better Than The Original?

The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina, Is It Better Than The Original?

Jared Naut, Impact Staff

October 31, 2018

In honor of today being Halloween, I have decided to write about a new Netflix series that I binge watched over the weekend, The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina, or as some of you may not recognize the name, a simpler way to put it is the new version of Sabrina The Teenage Witch. I had seen the trailer...

Boston’s Sports Dominance

Boston's Sports Dominance

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

October 30, 2018

For years New York used to have the teams bringing in championships and others were looking up to us wondering how to replicate it, but times have changed and now most New York teams know the season is over for them midway through. What makes things worse for fans of New York sports teams is that the city that seems to be going through their golden age in sports right now is Boston. In all four major spo...

The Most Trusted Name in News

The Most Trusted Name in News

Stephen Lyons, Associate Editor

October 26, 2018

Aaron Sorkin is a screenwriter, director, producer and a plethora of other things. His works include The West Wing, A Few Good Men, Charlie Wilson's War, The Social Network and Steve Jobs. He has worked on a lot of project, but one in particular is my personal favorite. The Newsroom was an HBO series tha...

A Pre-Concert Culinary Experience in Koreatown

A Pre-Concert Culinary Experience in Koreatown

Daniel Lederer, Staff Writer

October 24, 2018

I've taken two trips to Asia before, so this isn't my first time experiencing its authentic flavors. When I was in Tokyo four years ago, I got to experience great teppanyaki, sushi and dumplings. Going to Hong Kong this past summer reaffirmed my love for this great cuisine. Trust me, this ain't the Asian...

Is The Connors Really A Good Idea?

Is The Connors Really A Good Idea?

Jared Naut, Impact Staff

October 24, 2018

Roseanne was a television show starring Roseanne Barr that originally aired for ten seasons starting on October 18th, 1988 and ending its original run on May 20th, 1997. Twenty one years later, the show got picked up for a tenth season which premiered on March 27th, 2018 and ending its short run on May...

The Super-useless Man

The Super-useless Man

Brian Pineiro, Impact Staff

October 22, 2018

Last, and certainly least, we have that little recloseable polypropylene baggie which I am accustomed to seeing marijuana in, but not this time. It is filled with the extra parts that rarely get used. Essentially meaning that baggie is useless. That baggie is my Superintendent.

Heading in the Right Direction

Heading in the Right Direction

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

October 21, 2018

As Basketball season starts up again there is a lot of intrigue and interesting storylines around the league. LeBron starts his Lakers career, the Warriors look to win their third straight championship, and the Celtics are in the beginning of what looks to be the next Celtics dynasty. What the NBA...

Is The Challenge Becoming Too Drama Based?

Is The Challenge Becoming Too Drama Based?

Jared Naut, Impact Staff

October 17, 2018

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

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...

A Tiny Country with a lot to Offer

A Tiny Country with a lot to Offer

Adriana Saad-VInza, Staff Writer

October 17, 2018

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...

The Award Winning News Publication of Mercy College
Retired Columnists