THE PACE CHRONICLE

A Christmas Carol, Starring Pace

A Christmas Carol, Starring Pace

Infiniti Styles Bowie, Feature Writer

December 9, 2018


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It's the most wonderful time of the year. You know, with tone-deaf kids singing jingle bells and randoms strangers telling you to be of good cheer, even though they just ripped on poor Maggie at the cash register for not accepting their two-month-old coupons?  And let's not forget those scary ghost...

Education Without an Age Limit: Older Students Returning to College

Education Without an Age Limit: Older Students Returning to College

Sofia Torio, Contributing Writer

December 8, 2018


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Obtaining a college education and a degree is an accomplishment that many students value. Whether the individual is expected to go to college or made the independent decision to enroll, every Pace student has a reason to be where they are. For many students, the time to go to college was straight afte...

Allison Phillips: Pace’s World-Class Figure Skater

Allison Phillips: Pace’s World-Class Figure Skater

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

December 8, 2018


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Most students at Pace look forward to the weekend as a much-needed break from their usual commitments. But for Allison Phillips, the weekend serves as a shift from school responsibilities to extracurricular tasks.  ​Phillips is a sophomore digital cinema and filmmaking major, as well as a member of the ...

Learning Communities Set to Enhance First-Year Experience

Learning Communities Set to Enhance First-Year Experience

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

December 8, 2018


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Learning Communities made their way onto the Pace graduation requirement worksheets in 2003. The idea steamed from students understanding the connection of two classes with each other. In addition, this community environment provided collaborative efforts for professors to work together, as well as, s...

Pace Students Begin a Chapter of Nationally Recognized Organization: IGNITE

Pace Students Begin a Chapter of Nationally Recognized Organization: IGNITE

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

December 6, 2018


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Less than 30 percent of all political figures in the United States are women, but a group of Pace students are looking to change that. IGNITE is a national organization dedicated to training and inspiring women to get involved in politics. Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR) Program Coordinator...

Dr. Durahn Taylor Launches New Superhero Class

Dr. Durahn Taylor Launches New Superhero Class

Jake Maddia, Arts & Entertainment Writer

December 2, 2018


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Superhero fans in the Pace community are in luck for the spring semester when Dr. Durahn Taylor officially begins his new history course, Supermen and Superwomen: U.S. History Through Popular Fantasy (HIS 224). Taylor is passionate about understanding how comic books and pop culture reflects the anxieties...

Holiday Decor in the Dorms: What’s Allowed?

Holiday Decor in the Dorms: What’s Allowed?

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

December 2, 2018


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The holiday season has snuck up on all of us, and with winter break only a few weeks away, college students can feel uninvolved with the holiday spirit while they’re busy studying for finals. And if you are a procrastinator when it comes to studying or doing any schoolwork (like me), you’re looking for...

Pace Drama Alliance’s Play to Put Modern Edge on an Age-old Tale

Pace Drama Alliance’s Play to Put Modern Edge on an Age-old Tale

Kwadar Ray, Managing Editor

November 26, 2018


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By any means necessary, the Pace Drama Alliance (PDA) is finding a way to assure their winter play, Mid-Summer Jersey, turns out successful. The cast now holds rehearsals in the Gottesman Room in the Kessel Student Center, but have found a variety of areas to rehearse throughout the campus, whether ...

Rosie Tellone: Serving Wraps By Day and Artist by Night

Rosie Tellone: Serving Wraps By Day and Artist by Night

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

November 18, 2018


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​One server in Kessel’s dining hall is always ready to make students a sandwich with a smile on her face. Rosemarie “Rosie” Tellone has worked at Pace since her husband's retirement in 2006.  ​Growing up in the Bronx, Tellone has worked in the food industry since she was a teenager. After high school,...

Phi Sigma Sigma Brings the Talent

Phi Sigma Sigma Brings the Talent

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

November 18, 2018


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Each year, the sorority Phi Sigma Sigma hosts a talent show in order to fundraise and showcase local Pace talent while raffling off some prizes. The talent show returned this past Tuesday night and talent of any age or kind were welcome to show their skills to the full crowd in the Kessel Student Cen...

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