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The Impact Says Farewell to its 2019 Seniors

The Impact Says Farewell to its 2019 Seniors

Nicole Acosta, Brian Pineiro, Caroline Newman, Michael Dunnings, and Stephen Lyons

May 8, 2019

As the last "Impact Thursday" of the 2018-19 year arrives, our senior staff members reflect on their time with The Impact.  Though our seniors' journeys are coming to a close, a whole new chapter of their lives is just beginning. We look forward to seeing all that they accomplish in their professi...

Parting Words From The Impact’s Senior Staff Members

Parting Words From The Impact’s Senior Staff Members

Nora-Grayce Orosz, Liv Meier, Matt Reich, Chelsea Renay, Dani Sarasky, Kritsin Millard, Tanisha Esprit, Mark McCarthy, Sandra Romero, Impact Staff

May 15, 2018

As the class of 2018 pushes onward towards the final moments of their undergraduate careers, The Impact's own senior staff members reflect on the experiences, friendships and challenges they have faced during their time at Mercy. What was once a fledgling staff of a few devoted writers and editors has...

Graduation is coming, and I am not ready to adult.

Graduation is coming, and I am not ready to adult.

Danielle Sarasky, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2018

With graduation less than a month away, I am faced with the thought of having to become an adult. Up until now, I didn’t care what my age is, I did not consider myself an adult (unless I am fighting with my mom, then of course I am!). Not the point, as long as I am still having my mom make docto...

So Long Undergrad & Good Riddance!

So Long Undergrad & Good Riddance!

Chelsea Renay, Social Media Editor

April 30, 2018

I've always heard that your college years are supposed to be the best four years of your life. To be blunt, that has got to be the hottest sack of garbage if I have ever heard one. With commencement being next week, I took the time to look back on my overall college experience and I can say that...

10 Best Original Graduation Cap Designs

10 Best Original Graduation Cap Designs

Chelsea Martin, Social Media Editor

April 24, 2018

With graduation within reach, I think it's time for the soon-to-be graduates to find some inspiration for their caps. Let's be honest, we're happy to see you walk across the stage but all eyes will be peeled for the funniest and most original cap designs. I Woke Up Like This... By a show ...

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

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...

7 Telltale Signs It’s Your Final Semester

Liv Meier, Associate Editor

February 1, 2018

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...

The Deep End

The Deep End

Weronika Raczek

September 14, 2017

It’s been awhile since my fingers have felt the smooth touch of a keyboard. I missed it. I missed the way the keyboard felt when I typed. I missed that blinking cursor and that damned writer’s block. I missed writing. Well, I’m back. And I’m not going anywhere. This summer has been an interesting one to say...

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