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Party Time in The Building

Party Time in The Building

Brian Pineiro, Impact Staff

October 15, 2018

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

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

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...

New Age X-Files

New Age X-Files

Stephen Lyons, Associate Editor

October 11, 2018

While the X-Files is a corner stone of TV for the genre of paranormal procedural series. In 2008 a new franchise hit the air to challenge this. Fringe is a show born from the hole X-Files left when it went finished its run on television. Taking the idea of FBI agents investigating weird occurrences. Fringe...

Coming Out Is Not Easy: This Is My Story

Coming Out Is Not Easy: This Is My Story

Jared Naut, Impact Staff

October 10, 2018

“I’m Gay”, those are the hardest words for anyone in the lgbtq community has to say when they are coming out to someone, I know from experience. In honor of national coming out day tomorrow, I have decided to share my coming out story.   From a very young age, I knew that I was gay. They ...

The Overnight Shift

The Overnight Shift

Brian Pineiro, Impact Staff

October 8, 2018

"She proceeds to go in for a kiss and out of instinct I put my hand in her face looking like the trophy awarded to the best college football player yearly."

“Bullpenning” is not the Answer

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

October 7, 2018

The new thing in Major League Baseball now is to have what is called a “bullpen” day which means that instead of having a traditional starting pitcher start the game, it’s just a bunch of relievers pitching the entire game. This something that can’t possibly work long term yet more teams are...

Is Angelina Trying too Hard to Become a Part of the “Family”

Is Angelina Trying too Hard to Become a Part of the

Jared Naut, Impact Staff

October 6, 2018

December Third, 2009, that was the day the world was introduced to eight strangers living in a house together. These eight individauls were apart of the hit reality television series Jersey Shore where they all lived under one roof together in Seaside Hights, New Jersey (Seasons One, Three, Five, and Si...

Storm Warning

Storm Warning

Hope Androsko, Staff Writer

October 2, 2018

As I was sitting down to write this column, the sky above me decided to open up and unleash unholy hell on my town. Lightning streaked across the sky, Thunder shook my house, and I remembered one of my favorite memories of a rainstorm.   Two years ago, my dearest friend in the world convinced...

The Afternoon/Evening Shift

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Brian Pineiro, Impact Staff

October 1, 2018

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.

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