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Mercy College Doesn’t Care about Vegans or Vegetarians

Mercy College Doesn’t Care about Vegans or Vegetarians

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

September 20, 2018

Typically, when you think of a private college, you think of prestige, quality, high standards, and dedication to the student base, but as Mercy has shown time and time again, these traits do not seem to apply to their own school. But for the vegans and vegetarians of the college, Mercy has continuously shown that they do not care about us.

Question(s) of a Lifetime – Part Two

Question(s) of a Lifetime – Part Two

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

March 4, 2018

Life has given us many difficult questions; some, will never be answered. Here are some that can.

Question(s) of a Lifetime – Part One

Question(s) of a Lifetime – Part One

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

February 18, 2018

Is there a God? What is the meaning of life? Is a hot dog a sandwich? These are all some of the greatest questions humanity has faced; here are some more.

USL D3: Could Promotion & Relegation Come To American Soccer?

USL D3: Could Promotion & Relegation Come To American Soccer?

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

February 3, 2018

With the new third division of American Soccer, United Soccer League D3, set to start play in 2019, I want to look at what this could mean for the future of promotion and relegation in the United States.

How Fortnite: Battle Royale Has Risen Above All Expectations

How Fortnite: Battle Royale Has Risen Above All Expectations

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

January 27, 2018

With the gaming industry at a point where micro-transactions have taken over and companies are moving away from the players' voices, Fortnite: Battle Royale continues to be an outlier. So the question that needs to be asked is: how did we get here?

New Bridges and New Beginnings

New Bridges and New Beginnings

Liv Meier, Staff Writer

October 25, 2017

I’ve never been fond of bridges, some may even say that I had a mild case of gephyrophobia (yes, I did have to look that up). I’ve always been afraid of heights but for some reason, while crossing a bridge, it wasn’t even about that. It was about the unsteadiness that they brought to my mind. It...

#MeToo

#MeToo

Weronika Raczek

October 23, 2017

From a young age we’re taught to say no when we feel uncomfortable to tell someone. When we feel unsafe to get out as quickly as we can. When something bad happens we should tell someone. But, when we're put into the situation, a higher authority overpowers us. We are told to not say a word; we’re...

Facebook Game Aims for Real-World Change

Facebook Game Aims for Real-World Change

Michele DeBella, Features Editor

March 7, 2013

In his 2009 book, “Half the Sky,” Nicholas Kristof described a conversation he had with an Indian border official who was patrolling a busy crossing between Nepal and India. The officer described to Kristof the contraband he was regularly on the lookout for: mainly pirated or smuggled goods, and...

Sex, Love and 2013

Sex, Love and 2013

Larry Curtis Jr., Managing Editor

January 18, 2013

I stopped making New Year’s resolutions for a number of years now. I guess the point of making them was to be able to wash away the sins of the year that just passed. To make right on some things in your life that you have come to the conclusion are detrimental to your existence. You make new goals...

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