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The Process To Receive The COVID-19 Vaccine- What To Expect?

The Process To Receive The COVID-19 Vaccine- What To Expect?

February 25, 2021

Making an appointment to take the COVID-19 vaccine to some is like pulling teeth or taking an SAT test. There are certain requirements that have to be completed in order to receive an appointment....

Studying Abroad in 2021 A Challenge

Studying Abroad in 2021 A Challenge

Gino Alva, Staff Writer February 25, 2021

College students are studying abroad during COVID-19 if possible, yet some colleges have cancelled the program until the fall as some countries have kept a closed-border policy. Many students have explained...

COVID-19 Case Update In Gambia

COVID-19 Case Update In Gambia

Amy Mbaye, Impact Staff February 24, 2021

  Last year, the coronavirus outbreak has erupted worldwide where the cases have gotten worse, especially in Gambia. In the beginning, the cases were pretty manageable because they were on...

Mercy Celebrates Black History

Mercy Celebrates Black History

Daniela Baptista Haros, Impact Staff February 22, 2021

February is the celebration of Black History Month, which seeks to recognize and celebrate African-American heritage in the United States. It is also a moment of reflection in an era where social justice...

Mercy College Hosts OPT Workshop for International Students

Mercy College Hosts OPT Workshop for International Students

Renae Morgan, Staff writer February 21, 2021

International Student Services hosted an optional practical training workshop to inform International students about their options for work authorization in the U.S. after college completion last week. Joi...

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Mercy College Hosts “Education & Equity, Inside & Out” To Celebrate Incarcerated Students

Britney Guzman, Impact Staff Writer February 18, 2021

“I was wondering if I had a life to live,” says Judith Clark. who served 38 hears in prison for her role as a getaway driver for a robbery in New York. She was sentenced to a term of 75 years to...

Mercy College Lockdown One Year Later

Mercy College Lockdown One Year Later

Gino Alva February 18, 2021

Schools in America are adjusting to the current learning platforms. The world came to a stop when the COVID-19 pandemic cases were rising every day throughout the world. Businesses had to shut down,...

Cameras Can Be Required by Faculty in New COVID-19 Addendum

Cameras Can Be Required by Faculty in New COVID-19 Addendum

James Tiedemann, Associate Editor February 17, 2021

Faculty at Mercy College can now require students to sign in with their video cameras on when attending a virtual class. Yet students can discuss with their professors any personal reasons they might have...

Mercy Pleads With Legislators to Protect School Funding

Mercy Pleads With Legislators to Protect School Funding

Nicole Alarcon, Staff Writer February 14, 2021

Mercy College’s faculty and students met with New York State Legislators in an appeal for student aid during Student Aid Advocacy Day last week. The staff urged legislators to reject the proposed...

Mercy Faculty Senate Seeks Student Presentations

Mercy Faculty Senate Seeks Student Presentations

James Tiedemann, Associate Editor February 12, 2021

Mercy College Faculty Senate is asking for clubs and organizations to share student presentations at upcoming Senate meetings to help build better relationships and foster new, creative ideas. Through...

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