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Brittany Pezzola: A Pianist’s Journey

Brittany Pezzola: A Pianist’s Journey

Kwadar Ray, Managing Editor

September 23, 2018


Filed under Feature

It was Brittany Pezzola's sophomore year at Maria Regina High School when she saw the list of students that made the school's basketball team for the upcoming season. Her name was not on the list. Although the Yonkers native did not make the team the previous year either, this time around was truly...

Spirit: A Hero Wearing a Blue Cape

Spirit: A Hero Wearing a Blue Cape

Carmen Ballon, Social Media Manager

September 23, 2018


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For many students, the morning alarm is the worst part of the day. For nursing student Jon Singleton, his 5 a.m. alarm involves barking, licks, and a whole lot of love from his service dog, Spirit. Not all heroes wear capes, but for this energetic Golden Retriever, there is an exception. With a pump...

Free Campus Parking Creates More Tickets

Free Campus Parking Creates More Tickets

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

September 23, 2018


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Free parking passes for upperclassmen is of the many luxuries Pace offers its students. However, with limited parking space, many students face hundreds of dollars of fines from campus security each year. “I’ve probably received over 20 parking tickets since freshman year,” senior Christine...

Pace Sounds Off on New All-Gender Bathrooms

Pace Sounds Off on New All-Gender Bathrooms

Infiniti Styles Bowie, Feature Writer

September 23, 2018


Filed under Feature, Showcase

There is a boy in the girl's bathroom. Or is there? Well, technically yes. This past summer, Pace did some tinkering and upgraded the living conditions of Martin and North Hall. Not only are the floors now co-ed, but so are the bathrooms. So that explains the smell of Axe and Victoria's Secret in the morning. According to Ale...

Nick Aquilino Leaves His Mark at Pace

Brandon Muccitelli, Contributing Writer

September 22, 2018


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Nick Aquilino, a 22-year-old Pace graduate majored in digital cinema and filmmaking. Currently, he lives for film: teaching, writing, and preaching, about the big screen to those with the same interest. Aquilino’s filmic experience at Pace, from 2014 to 2018, have placed him at the Jacob Burns Film...

Nick Goodwin, A Pace Alumni Could Be The Next Big Hollywood Director

Nick Goodwin, A Pace Alumni Could Be The Next Big Hollywood Director

Jake Maddia, Arts & Entertainment Writer

September 22, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Feature

If you are a fan of movies then you will be excited to know that Nick Goodwin, a former Pace student, has made a short film that is now out on YouTube called Shadow. The film follows a pretty simple premise. However, the films relevance, sharp way of directing, and haunting score that makes it so go...

Pace Welcomes the School Year as a Community

Pace Welcomes the School Year as a Community

Katherine Walsh, Contributing Writer

September 22, 2018


Filed under Feature, Showcase

The incentive of free food and the chance to meet prominent members of the Pace community, drew a large crowd of faculty, staff and students to the Gottesman room in the Kessel Student Center for President Marvin Krislov and first-year Provost Vanya Quiñones' "Welcome Back Party" on Thursday. Special...

Pace Students get Wiped Out in Latest Programming Board Event

Pace Students get Wiped Out in Latest Programming Board Event

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

September 22, 2018


Filed under Feature, Showcase

Pace students tried to stay on their feet during the Programming Board’s most recent event: "Wipeout." The event, which took place this past Thursday on Alumni Quad, was themed after a popular ABC game show of the same name. In the show, contestants race to complete a challenging obstacle cours...

Study Abroad Fair Garners its Highest Attendance Ever

Study Abroad Fair Garners its Highest Attendance Ever

Kwadar Ray and Sofia Torio

September 16, 2018


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It was a spur of the moment decision, but then-sophomore Connor Wills headed to Australia to study abroad for the Fall 2017 semester. He was admittedly anxious, with numerous existential questions running through his mind such as "Am I doing the right thing? Why am I doing this? Why am I leaving everybod...

The Film Appreciation Program Brings the Movie Theater to Pace

The Film Appreciation Program Brings the Movie Theater to Pace

Jake Maddia, Contributing Writer

September 15, 2018


Filed under Feature, Featured Entertainment

This past Friday, Pace students were lucky enough to get together and watch the iconic Marilyn Monroe movie Some Like it Hot on the Alumni Hall lawn at an event hosted by the Film Appreciation Program. The club welcomed students to the lawn with a variety of different appetizers to choose from. No...

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