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Stephanie Simoes: The Motivation Behind a Nursing Student

Stephanie Simoes: The Motivation Behind a Nursing Student

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

October 7, 2017


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At a first look, Stephanie Simoes, a second-year nursing student, may seem introverted because of the way that she wrings her hands when she speaks. However, when she talks about nursing and the nursing program at Pace, her eyes light up and she becomes animated as she talks about her future as a...

Family Weekend: Robert Channing

Family Weekend: Robert Channing

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

October 7, 2017


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Students and their families were blown away on Friday during a performance by Robert Channing for Family Weekend in Gottessman.   Students and family members received a blank index card upon entering Gottessman after checking in for an act in Channing’s performance. The entire room was filled wit...

Pace Holds First Generation Social

Pace Holds First Generation Social

Stefano Ausenda, Feature Writer

October 7, 2017


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Earlier this week, the Center for Student Development & Campus Activities (SDCA), in collaboration with The Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR), hosted their second annual “First Generation Social” in the Kessel Multipurpose Room. There was an estimated forty students and fifteen...

Pace Hosts Wipeout

Paolo Ferreira, Feature Writer

October 1, 2017


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The Programming Board hosted Wipeout on September 29th, which took place on Alumni Lawn. There were many activities to participate in, but the main piece was a huge blow-up obstacle course. Similar to the television show, the course had three giant balls that students could jump from one, to the other,...

Delta Kappa Epsilon Hosts Drunk Scooter Game

Delta Kappa Epsilon Hosts Drunk Scooter Game

Adiba Sikder, Features Editor

October 1, 2017


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Students bumped and crashed into each other at the "Drunk Driving Scooter Game" event, which was hosted by Delta Kappa Epsilon. The four-hour-long event began with the fraternity members setting up an inflatable obstacle course and vision-blocking goggles for students to feel the simulation of being...

Kristina Gallagher, a True Traveler

Kristina Gallagher, a True Traveler

Gerald Olvera, Feature Writer

September 30, 2017


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Kristina Gallagher always wanted to see new places and people as a young girl, growing up in Ossining, N.Y. She would travel every day with a handheld GeoSafari laptop and drew inspiration from a friend who also loved to travel, going so far as to plan her entire career around travel and leisure....

Jennifer Magas: New MCVA Professor and Communications Guru

Jennifer Magas: New MCVA Professor and Communications Guru

Adiba Sikder, Features Editor

September 30, 2017


Filed under Feature, Showcase

Professor Jennifer Magas, a new MCVA professor at Pace, is a master of many trades in communications. Although many may consider her a communications guru, her favorite part of having this much experience is being able to pass on her expertise and seeing her students thrive. “The most exciting...

Pace Celebrates Constitution Day

Pace Celebrates Constitution Day

Adiba Sikder, Features Editor

September 23, 2017


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Assemblyman Tom Abinanti raised some politically controversial ideas on the Constitution and freedom of speech during The Constitution Day Celebration on Tuesday in the Kessel Multipurpose room.   The hour-long event was created by The Center for Community Action and Reasearch, or CCAR for...

Mirjana Pantic: New MCVA Professor and Inspirational Journalist

Mirjana Pantic: New MCVA Professor and Inspirational Journalist

Adiba Sikder, Features Editor

September 16, 2017


Filed under Feature, Showcase

When someone mispronounces Professor Mirjana Pantic’s name, she is hesitant to make a correction because she understands that people from different cultures may pronounce her name differently. She hesitates to say that the end of her name has a ‘ch’ sound rather than just a ‘c’ sound. When...

Pi Lambda Phi Hosts ‘Burn Away’

Pi Lambda Phi Hosts  ‘Burn Away’

Adiba Sikder, Features Editor

September 16, 2017


Filed under Feature

Many students burned away their anxieties and fears on a warm and foggy night at Pi Lambda Phi’s event Burn Away on Miller Lawn on Thursday. The night started at 9 pm with a huge bonfire and S’mores for students to enjoy and socialize. After thirty minutes of socializing, the fraternity members ...

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