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Wendy’s 4 for 4 Deal and Right Price Right Size menu best on Market

Wendy's 4 for 4 Deal and Right Price Right Size menu best on Market

Chris Telford, Staff Writer

February 19, 2016

Wendy's 4 for 4 deal is a steal for an affordable meal under 5 bucks. The 4 for 4 deal includes a small coke  or frosty of your choice, 4 piece spicy or regular chicken nuggets,  value french fries, and a Jr. Bacon cheeseburger. Wendy's is ahead of their fast food competition with the 4 for 4 deal...

Tomorrow Is A Better Day

Tomorrow Is A Better Day

November 5, 2015

After being released, Deskovic had no money, no skills, no resources, and was on the way to having no home. He was also a couple credits short of earning his college degree, a journey he made while he was incarcerated. At the time of his release, Shelly Alkin, Dean of Articulation at Mercy College, r...

Family Matters

Family Matters

November 5, 2015

Being imprisoned does not just take a toll on the one who is being locked up. It’s easy to forget the effect that it has on the family surrounding them. And for Deskovic and his family, it was no different. Everyone in his family believed fully in him and his innocence with exception of his uncle,...

A False Reality

A False Reality

November 5, 2015

Most like to believe that justice only allows those who are guilty to pay for the consequence for their actions and those who are innocent to be exonerated. But for some like Deskovic, that is a false reality. Unfortunately, this case is not as uncommon as one would think. The Innocence Project...

The Arrest

The Arrest

November 5, 2015

Being a kid in high school is not always easy, but it’s even harder if fitting in is not one's strong suit. For a young 16 year-old Jeffery Deskovic, this was indeed the case. He walked down the Peekskill High School hallways alone. He walked past groups of friends heading from class to class. He was not popular and had few cl...

Want an “A” ? then fake a class.

October 31, 2014

Is college that stressful , that students are inclined to cheat? Or even worse, hack the school's computer system to add a class that does not exist? Well that seems to be the case for 3,100 students at the University of North Carolina.

“Oh The Places You’ll Go”

eberlin, impact staff

October 23, 2014

“Congratulations! Today is your day. You're off to Great Places! You're off and away!”   Take the fist step, its up to you. You just have to realize that you have so much to offer, and you have so much ahead of you! Find your path, and begin your journey.   “You have brains in yo...

Learning Something New

Learning Something New

Tara Geigel, Staff Writer

October 23, 2014

I was laying on my bed listening to music wondering what to do one Saturday night. Jack Johnson was singing about banana pancakes or some equally inane nonsense while strumming away on a ukulele. Then it happened. My mom had asked me if I wanted to go out with her and her friends. I had a decision...

Look up – a Non Social, Social Epidemic

Look up - a Non Social, Social Epidemic

Maritza Velasco, Impact Staff

October 2, 2014

The other day a friend of mine, another Mercy college student, asked me to come by their hotel room where they dorm off campus. As we rode the shuttle bus from campus to the Hampton Inn, the bus took a back rode that I remember taking just about everyday last semester to and from campus. Read More »...

Who’s Your Biggest Critic

Who’s Your Biggest Critic

Krystal Johnson, Impact Staff

March 11, 2014

Last night I watched an interview amongst Oprah Winfrey and comedian Kevin Hart. Now normally I am not the biggest for watching someone blah on about their success but within this story I saw something completely different. The way Kevin hart talked about his road to success and the steps he is now taking...

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