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Op/Ed: U.S. Rules Against SSI for Puerto Rico Residents

Op/Ed: U.S. Rules Against SSI for Puerto Rico Residents

Luis Ruiz, Staff Member May 5, 2022

On April 21, the United States ruled that the residents of Puerto Rico were not entitled to the same federal welfare benefits that the residents in the country's 50 states receive.  When I saw this...

OP/ED: In the Battle of Adjuncts vs. Administration Only Students Lose

OP/ED: In the Battle of Adjuncts vs. Administration Only Students Lose

Nicole Alarcon, Associate Editor April 27, 2022

Time and time again, the adjuncts have insisted that to provide us with quality education, they need to have their economic proposals met. And although they have every right to unionize, the Mercy Faculty...

OP/ED: Washington Posts Doxxing of Libs of Tik Tok is a Step Too Far

OP/ED: Washington Post’s Doxxing of Libs of Tik Tok is a Step Too Far

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor April 21, 2022

In the early morning of April 19, The Washington Post published an article written by Taylor Lorenz doxxing the person who runs the popular Twitter account @LibsofTikTok.  The amount of issues that...

OP/ED: Get Your Act Together Mayor Adams

OP/ED: Get Your Act Together Mayor Adams

Britney Guzman, Impact Staff Writer March 30, 2022

Eric Adams, you should be ashamed of yourself. I am fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19. I am proudly pro-vaccine and appreciate the scientists and researchers who have put in the time and...

OP/ED: Meyers Tragedy Sheds Light On The Relationship Between Athletes and Mental Health

OP/ED: Meyers Tragedy Sheds Light On The Relationship Between Athletes and Mental Health

Ariana Ricci, Staff Writer March 26, 2022

Palo Alto, California woke up with uneasy news that Stanford goalie, Kaite Meyer, committed suicide on March 1. “You may have somebody who has been loved to the ends of the earth and back from the...

OP/ED: Time to Move On From The United Nations

OP/ED: Time to Move On From The United Nations

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor February 27, 2022

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has once again highlighted the ineffectiveness of the United Nations in preventing major conflicts.  Time after time, we see the headlines that the UN is having...

OP/ED: Mental Health Needs More Attention

OP/ED: Mental Health Needs More Attention

Luis Ruiz, Staff Writer February 23, 2022

When it comes to mental health, there will always be some people who do not want to open up and let people help them.  And that is very common when it comes to athletes in college who do go through...

OP/ED: The Gender Equity and Equality Plan Promotes A Radical Agenda

OP/ED: The Gender Equity and Equality Plan Promotes A Radical Agenda

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor November 1, 2021

The Biden-Harris Administration issued the first-ever National Strategy on Gender Equity and Equality on Oct. 22 with aims to advance social issues at the heart of the administration's agenda. This...

OP/ED: No Bruises, No Case

OP/ED: No Bruises, No Case

Nicole Alarcon, Associate Editor October 18, 2021

Reporting someone for domestic violence and not having marks to prove it. Who will believe it, and why should they? These are dangerous thoughts. Verbal and emotional abuse if not reported could lead to...

OP/ED: Plague of Abuse in Public Schools

OP/ED: Plague of Abuse in Public Schools

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor October 18, 2021

The spotlight of abuse within the public system focused directly on Loudon County School District following an investigative report by the Daily Wire comes after the Virginia school district...

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