The Impact

October 6, 2016

AMERICAN HORROR STORY Season SIX Review Entertaining and a borderline spoof but far from a master piece. The sixth season of American Horror story holds some promise with storytelling and characters depth, however it falls short to bring bone chilling supernatural scares that keep you up at night....

‘I Am A Survivor’

October 6, 2016

What is the definition of a survivor? One definition says: “A person who continues to function or prosper in spite of opposition, hardships, or setbacks.” Another states: “A person who survives, especially a person remaining alive after an event in which others have died.” So how can...

‘One Word: Terrorism’

October 6, 2016

Merryl and Brian have coped with this tragedy in similar yet different ways. Merryl tried group therapy. She made a commitment and said she would give it a try but never lived up to that commitment. She has her own way of coping, and speaking to interested people about her experience is how she moves...

‘The Nightmare Still Lingers’

'The Nightmare Still Lingers'

October 6, 2016

Merryl Wiener, sixty years old, sits on the subway trapped underground, though the train is still moving. It stops. The doors open and people flood in. Panic strikes her face as her breathing doubles and her anxiety strikes. “Breathe in, breathe out. In. Out. In. Out,” she thinks to herself. Merryl...

‘The Reflection Pool’

'The Reflection Pool'

October 6, 2016

Every year on Sept. 11 in Battery Park City, New York, blue tribute lights are lit up 4,000 feet into the sky to represent the towers that once stood tall. One evening, Brian and Cyndi were walking by the lights and a group of young ladies nearby wanted to take a picture in front of the blue lights. They...

‘Why Steve?’

October 6, 2016

“Why am I here? Why did I get out and not him?” Brian continues to wonder. On that treacherous day, Brian left someone behind. Steve. Steve was one of Brian’s co-workers but also one of his closest friends. “His death has haunted me for years,” Brian utters with emotions taking over...

‘A Beautiful Day’

October 6, 2016

Although the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks were the largest human-made disaster in U.S. history, there is little existing research documenting the attacks’ consequences among those most directly affected, notably persons who were in the World Trade Center towers. Data from a cross-sectional survey...

Back to School (College)

Back to School (College)

Waheed Burns, Staff Writer

October 6, 2016

Summer’s over and we’re already a month into the new school year. Summer sixteen was one to remember but now everyone is back to their regular schedules. Wake up, brush your teeth, get a small breakfast, and then hit class. Even though most people complain about waking up and going to class, most...

‘For the Love of the Game’

'For the Love of the Game'

September 22, 2016

Daley’s love and passion for baseball is described by his friends as beyond anything they’ve ever known. He’s often described as the underclassman captain and the heart of the team, and to his family, their favorite catcher. “He was a leader and an example of someone you wanted to follow,” Cinell...

‘Only the Good Die Young’

'Only the Good Die Young'

September 22, 2016

Daley is described as an incredible person on and off the field, an extremely outgoing person, very intelligent, and one who always liked to have fun. He was larger than life, a magnet of energy and laughter. He possessed humor and leadership to the maximum. A junior in business honors, Jennifer Ab...

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