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A Story of Resilience: Charles Moore and Rehabilitation Through the Arts

A Story of Resilience: Charles Moore and Rehabilitation Through the Arts

May 14, 2022

Charles Moore is Director of Operations and Alumni Coordinator of RTA (Rehabilitation Through the Arts), which provides art workshops in correctional facilities throughout New York state.  Moore was...

Even Before The Supreme Court Leak, Access To Abortion Has Been Dying For Decades

Even Before The Supreme Court Leak, Access To Abortion Has Been Dying For Decades

Britney Guzman, Impact Staff Writer May 12, 2022

When she rested her head on her pillow every night, she prayed that her son would die inside of her so that she wouldn’t have to make the decision.  When she was finally able to close her eyes and...

New York... We Have A Problem

New York… We Have A Problem

Britney Guzman, Impact Staff Writer May 4, 2022

A couple of months ago I released a story on the Harlem police killings and how it is a reminder of the dangers of being in law enforcement is.  Now it’s time to flip the script  If you haven’t...

Just A Quick Rant of Things That I Hate

Just A Quick Rant of Things That I Hate

Britney Guzman, Impact Staff Writer March 16, 2022

In a world full of hate, it is important to sit back and remember things that make us happy.   This is not one of those times.  I am not going to lie; I am one of those people who's always complaining...

On the Importance of Voting

November 20, 2020

Even while enduring the pandemic, Mercy College continued to push young people to vote. Amongst other similar events during this election season, the school held a virtual Zoom event titled: “Why...

On the Trump and Biden Records and National Security

On the Trump and Biden Records and National Security

November 20, 2020

Biden believes that Trump took advantage of broken tax codes and profited during his presidency while America became weaker and more divided. He plans to eliminate a portion of Trump’s tax cuts. Trump...

Whats Next?

What’s Next?

November 20, 2020

Don't worry, the Impact will continue following the post-election process and adding updates as seen fit. An additional section on "Challenging the Election" is coming soon, so stay tuned. For now,...

On Healthcare and the Supreme Court

On Healthcare and the Supreme Court

November 20, 2020

Former Judge Amy Coney Barrett officially replaced the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court by Trump’s nomination on Oct. 27.  Trump, with Senate approval, appointed...

On Climate Change

On Climate Change

November 20, 2020

One of the most commonly asked questions during the election season was how each candidate would combat the issue of climate change while keeping in mind the importance of protecting existing jobs and...

On COVID-19, Leadership, and the Economy

November 20, 2020

More than 40,000 Americans were in the hospital with COVID-19 on the night of the final debate, including record numbers in Tennessee, where the debate was held. Between the first and final debates, 16,000...

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