The Impact

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


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

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.

The Dreams We Have as Children

The Dreams We Have as Children

Steven Keehner, Staff Writer

March 18, 2018


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

In another late night writing session, I evaluate one of the most complex topics I struggle to understand: myself.

Your Get-Togethers Are Boring, Make Them Better

Your Get-Togethers Are Boring, Make Them Better

Kristin Millard, Impact Staff

February 26, 2018


Filed under Columnists, Moon Beam

Here are some tips to throw a party that doesn't suck.

Question(s) of a Lifetime – Part One

Question(s) of a Lifetime – Part One

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

February 18, 2018


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

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.

SpongeBob Takes Over Broadway

SpongeBob Takes Over Broadway

Danielle Sarasky, Staff Reporter

February 15, 2018


Filed under The Broadway Brat

Being a brat is easy but being a Broadway brat is much harder. Being a college student and loving Broadway just doesn't mix but you can't knock a girl for trying. The best way to get cheap tickets is by going to the TKTS booth in Time Square. You know those big red steps everyone goes on to take...

Mercy To Now Host School Specific Graduation Format Every Spring

Mercy To Now Host School Specific Graduation Format Every Spring

Liv Meier, Associate Editor

February 13, 2018


Filed under News

Along with resolutions and a new gym regimen, 2018 brings a new commencement schedule to Mercy College for this coming May. Commencement will now be split up into four ceremonies held on two separate days, compared to prior years when only two ceremonies were held on the same day. The School of...

The Age of Fake News

The Age of Fake News

Liv Meier, Associate Editor

February 13, 2018


Filed under Blonde & Brains

"So you're a crook then, right?" "Do you even need a degree for that anymore?" "Isn't it all just fake news?" With a president who has started the fake news epidemic and is keen on bashing news outlets, these are the type of responses I get when I mention to people that I'm a journalism student....

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


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

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.

7 Telltale Signs It’s Your Final Semester

Liv Meier, Associate Editor

February 1, 2018


Filed under TILT- The Impact List Takeover

Congratulations, you've finally made it. Thanks to a countless number of late night study sessions, coffee and support from your fellow struggling students, the end is near. There's only a short four months standing in the way of you and your diploma. It's your final semester but life is a bit different...

My Invisible Pain

My Invisible Pain

Liv Meier, Associate Editor

January 30, 2018


Filed under Blonde & Brains

College life with fibromyaliga is difficult. Here's my story.

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