THE PACE CHRONICLE

International Women’s Day: Progression of Women’s Rights

International Women’s Day: Progression of Women’s Rights

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

March 9, 2019


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2018 was a progressive year for women’s rights and an important stepping stone towards equality. 2018 was known as the “Year of the Women,” while 2019’s theme is “Balance for the Better.” Last year, 36 women were appointed seats in the House of Representatives during the midterm elections....

Goldstein Fitness Center Welcomes New On-Campus Dining Option, Pace Fit

Goldstein Fitness Center Welcomes New On-Campus Dining Option, Pace Fit

Sequoia Cumming, Sports Editor

March 9, 2019


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Sophomore accounting student Matthew Lasala found himself craving coffee and healthy snacks early in the morning. His search was to no avail, but he decided to turn the idea of an early morning eatery into a new on-campus business venture called Pace Fit. “I like to wake up early in the morning,...

Kessel Introduces a New Streaming Service That Lets You Choose the Music

Kessel Introduces a New Streaming Service That Lets You Choose the Music

Jessica Iannace, Contributing Writer

March 5, 2019


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On a normal Saturday afternoon, one would find Kessel Student Center completely empty but since the introduction of Rockbot, a streaming service that allows you to request songs in establishments that offer it, Fern Dining Hall has become a social hub. Students can be found in groups, with their phones...

‘Quiet area’ for Mental Health stability Proposed by Sister Susan

‘Quiet area’ for Mental Health stability Proposed by Sister Susan

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

February 28, 2019


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Sister Susan Becker, Pace’s campus Chaplain, proposed an idea to implement a "quiet area" on campus for students, faculty and staff during a Q&A session after President Marvin Krislov's State of the University speech. Students will be able to use the space as they please; whether they wish to...

How excess Litter is putting the Pace Campus in Danger

How excess Litter is putting the Pace Campus in Danger

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

February 28, 2019


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Pace's Pleasantville campus is known and admired for its beautiful suburban landscape. The Choate Pond, farm, and Nature Center are just a few highlights Pace is proud to represent. However, residents are jeopardizing the campus's natural charm with excess litter that is scattered around the land. Pace’s...

Pace Professors on Late Policies and Student Excuses for Late Work

Pace Professors on Late Policies and Student Excuses for Late Work

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

February 23, 2019


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Throughout the course of a semester, a year, or four years at Pace, students will likely hand in class assignments late at least once or twice. A typical college student will put thought into what excuse they will give their professors in hope that they will make an exception to their late policy...

Graduation at 55: The 26-Year Journey for a College Diploma

Graduation at 55: The 26-Year Journey for a College Diploma

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

February 23, 2019


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At this point in the spring semester, most students who are about to receive their diplomas are either daydreaming of graduation—or terrified of what comes after it. Maureen Colgan, for one, could not be happier to finally finish the 26-year journey of her college education. Colgan, who just turned 55 ...

The Price of Pace

The Price of Pace

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

February 22, 2019


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Despite Pace’s attempts to expand on-campus housing, along with the increase of residents, the Pleasantville campus can still be considered a commuter’s school. However, there are students who have the option to commute, but choose to live on campus. Senior Hailey Pasterchick dorms in Elm Hall,...

Pace’s Alternative Spring Break provides Students with top-notch Civic Engagement opportunity

Pace’s Alternative Spring Break provides Students with top-notch Civic Engagement opportunity

Jessica Iannace, Contributing Writer

February 17, 2019


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Spring break for college students is often seen as a time to relax, be with friends, and if the weather's right, head to the beach. For some Pace students this spring, however, they will be spending their time rebuilding homes for Hurricane Sandy survivors with the Center for Community Action and Resear...

Jasper Brooks: A Game Changer

Jasper Brooks: A Game Changer

Nigeria Belizario, Contributing Writer

February 16, 2019


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Jasper Brooks, a West Coast native, is a senior digital cinema and filmmaking major with a minor in Women and Gender Studies here at Pace. He made the big leap of coming to the East Coast for a chance to dive further into one of his passions, film. “Realistically, I had two choices; go to a school out in Calif...

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