The Impact

Coming Out Opens A New Perspective On Life

Jared Naut, Impact Staff

September 20, 2018

Staff Member Jared Naut discusses his own experience on "coming out" and the challenges so many others face.    

Facing Homeless Firsthand

Facing Homeless Firsthand

Andrea Loaiza, Impact Staff

July 17, 2018

Andrea Loaiza can sympathize with the homeless. She was nearly on the streets herself as a teenager. Here is here tale.

Life As A College Athlete

Jess Brandt and Marisa Miano

June 11, 2018

Jess Brandt and Marisa Miano are two Mercy College athletes who share some playful banter about the commitment of what being a full-time student and college athlete really is.

Missing Your Manners in America?

Tanisha Esprit, Impact Staff

May 17, 2018

Missing Your Manners? Learn from those in the Caribbean, according to Tanisha Esprit.

The Days, Years, and Life After Surviving a Mass Shooting

The Days, Years, and Life After Surviving a Mass Shooting

Matt Reich, Associate Editor

May 4, 2018

Three survivors of mass shootings open up about their lives since Sandy Hook, Columbine, and Parkland.

Is It Time To Retire Star Wars?

Mark McCarthy, Impact Staff

April 25, 2018

Yes, he's a fanboy, but Mark McCarthy is pulling no punches when it comes to the holy saga of Star Wars and it's lackluster sequels.

The Circus Continues At UFC 223

Michael Dunnings, Impact Staff

April 19, 2018

Khabib. Ferguson. McGregor. Wrestling Bears. Mike Dunnings jumps inside the Octagon at UFC 223.

The ‘Work’ of Ultimate Storytelling: Professional Wrestling

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

April 17, 2018

Steven Keehner tells about his first love of storytelling, and how it all started inside the squared circle of professional 'wrasslin.

Whoever Said Resurrection Was Easy?

Whoever Said Resurrection Was Easy?

Mark McCarthy, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

Extinction. The termination of a species in its entirety. Once a species is declared extinct, it is gone forever. Some species have been declassified as extinct in the past, but that’s only due to either the efforts of captive breeding programs or a lost herd being discovered somewhere else. Regardless,...

The Urban Legends of Weird Drug Abuse

Stephen Lyons, Impact Staff

March 17, 2018

Staff Writer Stephen Lyons takes you down the rabbit hole of weird tales of legendary, or fictitious, drug abuses.

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