THE PACE CHRONICLE

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...

Pace MCVA Showcase to Highlight Students’ Best Works

Pace MCVA Showcase to Highlight Students’ Best Works

Jake Maddia, Arts & Entertainment Writer

November 18, 2018


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Pace’s best filmmakers, artists and writers will receive a chance to be honored next semester at the Pace Media Communications and Visual Arts (MCVA) showcase. The Pace MCVA showcase will take place on May 8. Contenders’ submissions of their finished projects to Professor Melanie LaRosa began thi...

Pace Passionately Promotes International Education Week

Pace Passionately Promotes International Education Week

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

November 16, 2018


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Pace’s extensive study abroad department dedicated the week of Nov. 12 to educating students on topics ranging from culture and diversity, to study abroad experiences and programs. The Pleasantville and NYC campuses offered a plethora of events, specialized to each campus, to celebrate International...

The Fabulousness of Fabulosity

The Fabulousness of Fabulosity

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

November 10, 2018


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Prideful people of Pace gathered together in Gottesman last Thursday night to cheer on their peers in Pride at Pace’s annual student drag competition, "Fabulosity." This year, the event was hosted by drag queen Flower Tortilla, an alumnus of Pace NYC. The event included not only the competition but al...

Does Pace Prepare Students for The “Real World?”

Does Pace Prepare Students for The “Real World?”

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

November 9, 2018


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Attending a college or university is a societal norm and the expectation for young adults in today’s day and age. The intended objective is that attending a higher education institution will prepare young adults for the ‘real world,' or to give the up and rising generation a kick-start toward...

Throwback to Spooky SZN: How Pace’s Residence Halls Celebrated Halloween

Throwback to Spooky SZN: How Pace’s Residence Halls Celebrated Halloween

Lindsey Gill, Photographer

November 5, 2018


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Halloween may have gone and passed, but "Spooky SZN" is forever. Pace's residence halls were home to blood and extreme horror two weeks ago in the annual competition for the best haunted hall. Pace's Residence Hall Association announced last week that Elm Hall, which had a Purge-like theme, was the...

California Teacher Fights Student: A New Heavyweight Champion of the World

California Teacher Fights Student: A New Heavyweight Champion of the World

Infiniti Styles Bowie, Feature Writer

November 4, 2018


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Move over Mike Tyson, there's a new Heavyweight Champion of the World, and his name is Marston Riley. The catch? He is a teacher. His opponent? A student. Riley is a 64-year-old band teacher who taught at Maywood Academy High School in California. Instead of teaching students how to blow a tuba, however,...

The Journey to Becoming an RA

The Journey to Becoming an RA

Katherine Walsh, Contributing Writer

November 4, 2018


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Approximately 75 students apply to become a resident assistant (RA) each year. There are currently 40 RA’s employed and Pace’s Office of Residential Life and Housing expects to hire 15 to 20 students this year. The application for the 2019-2020 school year is currently available on OrgSync and is due on Dec. 2. In ...

Pigs and Goats and Sheep, Oh My! What does it take to be an Animal Keeper?

Pigs and Goats and Sheep, Oh My! What does it take to be an Animal Keeper?

Sequoia Cumming, Contributing Writer

November 4, 2018


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In a world of muddy pigs, loud chickens, and friendly sheep, there have to be patient and loving people to take care of them. The Environmental Center at Pace has a whole community of students who act as animal keepers to help this little ecosystem thrive. Taylor Ganis and Precious Hose are just two o...

Phi Beta Sigma makes a comeback to Pace after 16 years

Phi Beta Sigma makes a comeback to Pace after 16 years

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

November 3, 2018


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Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was a recognized fraternity at Pace Pleasantville campus from 1976-2002. 16 years later, the brothers were determined to make a return. After expressing interest of a comeback to the school, the United Cultural Council (UCC) invited them to do a presentation on the organization...

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