THE PACE CHRONICLE

Pace Joins the Period Movement

Pace Joins the Period Movement

Kristin McInerney

September 14, 2019

Students at Pace Pleasantville can notice one notable addition to campus this fall semester, aside from the new trees and bushes in front of Kessel – sanitary pad and tampon dispensers located in many of the campus bathrooms. The dispensers, which distribute sanitary pads or tampons for free when...

P4K smashes a hit for Maria Ferrari Children’s Hospital

P4K smashes a hit for Maria Ferrari Children’s Hospital

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

September 10, 2019

       In the midst of the clouds and slight drizzle of rain, students were A white vehicle with baseball bats near Miller Lawn. Although it may seem like a fun activity to release those first week frustrations, it holds an important cause. P4K, an organization on campus which works for raising money Mar...

When in Rome

When in Rome

Jessica Iannace, Contributing Writer

August 25, 2019

Many Pace University students choose to study abroad within their four years at Pace, but what does a study abroad course truly look like? Sophomores Natasha Fallen and Meaghan Rodrigues, along with fifteen other students, traveled to Rome for three exciting weeks this summer with Philosophy professo...

New Veteran’s Center on Pleasantville Campus

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

August 24, 2019

There are some changes coming to the Kessel Student Center this school year. Specifically, the Pace Pleasantville Bookstore. Starting this Fall, the bookstore will be transforming part of their space into a Veteran's Center, to help serve Veterans that are a part of the Pace community. There will be s...

Producing a Documentary Course Releases ‘Hawaii: Living on the Edge in Paradise?’

Producing a Documentary Course Releases ‘Hawaii: Living on the Edge in Paradise?’

Christina Bubba, Editor-in-Chief

May 11, 2019

For the past 16 years, Pace’s Media Communications and Visual Arts (MCVA) Department offered the Producing a Documentary course, open to all MCVA students to apply to. Through a selective process, 15-20 students are selected to participate in this faculty-led study abroad course and travel to an ever-changing...

Course Evaluations: Who Are They Really Helping?

Course Evaluations: Who Are They Really Helping?

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

May 11, 2019

The final days of the semester brings many things with it. Sleepless nights, essays, exams, and of course, the dreaded course evaluations. Course evaluations are required by Pace to be completed by a certain date, or students' grades will be withheld from them for a longer period of time than usual--May ...

Emilee Coladarci: Spotlight on Student Teaching

Emilee Coladarci: Spotlight on Student Teaching

Katherine Walsh

May 10, 2019

It has been a semester filled with travel for senior Emilee Coladarci, as her alarm ticks off every morning at 6:15 a.m. and she heads off to Elmsford for her daily student teaching assignment. The childhood education major with an English concentration began student teaching in the first semester ...

Senior Traditions: Old and New  

Senior Traditions: Old and New  

Christina Bubba, Editor-in-Chief

May 10, 2019

As seniors prepare for graduation, Pace is hosting a slew of events to ease their nerves and celebrate their accomplishments. What used to be a string of parties, such as "Townhouse (TH) Day," has since evolved into events planned by student run organizations such as Student Government Association (SGA). Since...

From Italy to Pace: A Kessel Employee’s Journey

From Italy to Pace: A Kessel Employee’s Journey

Giselle Morales

May 6, 2019

The Kessel Student Center Fern Dining Hall has many different servers, however, one employee is routinely eager to make students one of the cafeteria’s highly coveted acai/fruit bowls. Mary Vecchio may be the longest-tenured worker at Kessel. She began working there in 1984, took a seven-year break,...

The Wacky Wildlife at Pace

The Wacky Wildlife at Pace

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

May 4, 2019

The Pace Pleasantville campus is home to not only thousands of college students, but many different types of wildlife as well. Whether it be gray squirrels running up and down the trees behind Elm Hall, or raccoons rummaging in the dumpsters behind Martin, creepy critters in Pleasantville can be seen if...

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