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Whoever Said Resurrection Was Easy?

The skull of a cave bear, which went extinct 25,000 years ago. The discovery is the first time species of mammals so far apart have been shown to carry each other’s DNA.CreditCreditAndrei Posmoanu

Mark McCarthy, Staff Writer

March 30, 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.

The Stains of Domestic Violence In The Home

Sandra Romero, Impact Staff

February 17, 2018

Sandra Romero opens up with her realities, and sometimes nightmares, of living in home with domestic violence.

Trump’s State of the Union Address Divides Students

Trump's State of the Union Address Divides Students

Mark McCarthy and Kristin Millard

February 15, 2018

The State of the Union Address has shown that the Union is divided into two camps - both on Capitol Hill and on the Dobbs Ferry campus of Mercy College. On Jan. 30, the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, gave the annual State of the Union Address to an audience that had mixed ...

Dating Apps – Are We Done Swiping Yet?

Chelsea Renay and Matt Reich

February 14, 2018

Staff members Chelsea Renay and Matt Reich share their generation's stories about modern "dating."

Tinder Tales 2.0

Tinder Tales 2.0

Chelsea Renay, Staff Writer

December 27, 2017

Tinder can be an intimidating place, but you just might get lucky.

The Business of Pleasure

The Business of Pleasure

Matt Reich and Mark McCarthy

December 26, 2017

A group of adult entertainers stand off-stage waiting for the "Pole Olympics" to begin in the center of a large convention hall. Vendors were stationed at their booths, dressed in company shirts with business cards at the ready for those curious enough to wander by. Adult entertainment icons, rising...

It Is More Than Just Hair

Tiffany Wilson, Staff writer

December 7, 2017

The beginning of the natural hair movement can be traced back to the early 2000s in America, when Black women began to embrace there given Afro-textured hair. As more and more Black American women decided to ditch chemicals that altered their authentic hair texture, their actions encouraged other women...

Coping With The Loss Of A Grandparent

Coping With The Loss Of A Grandparent

Britney Hoobraj, Impact Staff

September 5, 2017

An emotional Britney Hoobraj discusses coping with the loss of her patriarch grandfather. Edited by Alejandra Naranjo

Sexual Harassment Still A Challenge In Workplace For Women

Sexual Harassment Still A Challenge In Workplace For Women

Abigail Smith, Impact Staff

July 6, 2017

Abigail Smith discusses the challenges in the workplace for women in regard to sexual harassment.  Edited by Alejandra Naranjo.

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