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T. Murph Makes Pace Laugh

Paolo Ferreira, Feature Writer

November 11, 2017


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A Chicago native visited Pace University and his goal was to make everyone laugh. T. Murph, an international comedian, came to share his material and have some fun on Tuesday night. Murph has been a comedian for seven  years and plans to hopefully have his own hour special on Comedy Central. Currently...

Dinner Raises over $300 for Autism Society of America

Dinner Raises over $300 for Autism Society of America

Emily Bresnahan, Feature Writer

November 10, 2017


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This past week, Alpha Chi Rho, with the help of the Future Educators Association, held their annual Autism Awareness Dinner. The dinner benefits the Autism Society of America, and raised around $300. AXP Philanthropy chairs, Brian Delvecchio and Savion Jackson, planned the event with their fellow...

Nu Zeta Phi Hosts “Wings and Things”

Nu Zeta Phi Hosts “Wings and Things”

Gerald Olvera, Feature Writer

November 5, 2017


Filed under Feature, Showcase

The sounds of smooth trumpets and soul music filled the Butcher Suite on Thursday night as the first ever “Wings and Things” social event was hosted by Nu Zeta Phi. Dolby surround sound speakers converted the suite into smorgasbord of eclectic sounds. Soul switched to old school music of 90’s...

Exploring a Career in Student Affairs

Exploring a Career in Student Affairs

Emily Bresnahan, Feature Writer

November 4, 2017


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Can you imagine never leaving college? In a way, a career in student affairs is exactly that concept. On October 30th, students were able to hear from professionals from Pace University and other schools at a panel discussing careers in student affairs. Most of the speakers started their journey...

Pace Launches Pep Band

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

November 4, 2017


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Pace’s Pep band has helped students get filled with school pride during each game recently after its launch last year. The pep band was a project created by Lisa Bardill Moscaritollo, Dean for students at Pace and Drew Brown, the Associate Athletic Director for External Operations, in order to increase...

Fabulosity and Tess Tickles Redefine Fundraising with Annual Drag Show

Fabulosity and Tess Tickles Redefine Fundraising with Annual Drag Show

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

November 4, 2017


Filed under Feature, Showcase

Glitter, glam, and Tess Tickles created an animated night at Fabulosity for Pace students at Gottesman in Kessel Student Center on Thursday. Tess Tickles, a drag performer, hosted Fabulosity on Thursday night and drove the crowd wild with laughter with her inappropriate remarks, lewd connotations, and glam...

The Face of Pace: Keyshana Dupuy

The Face of Pace: Keyshana Dupuy

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

October 29, 2017


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When Keyshana Dupuy, a senior and leader at Pace won the title of homecoming queen, students and faculty alike were not surprised because from the moment that Dupuy set foot on this campus, she made it her mission to be a leader. This mission was inspired by her experience with the Setters Leadership...

Pace Picks Pumpkins

Pace Picks Pumpkins

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

October 29, 2017


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Pumpkin picking and paint made for the best fall recipe for Pace students to get in to the spirit of Fall and get their minds away from midterms at Alumni Lawn on Saturday. Programming Board transformed the typically plain lawn, and covered it with pumpkins and fall decorations for students to re-create...

DNCE Makes Pace Dance

DNCE Makes Pace Dance

Emily Bresnahan, Feature Writer

October 28, 2017


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Pleasantville students made their way to New York City for the annual homecoming concert, now called "Setter Jam!" 30 tickets were offered to the students on our campus, and they sold out in less than a day, and although transportation to the city was not provided this year, the headliner, DNCE was enough...

A “Lit” Start to Homecoming

A “Lit” Start to Homecoming

Emily Bresnahan, Feature Writer

October 22, 2017


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The annual "Celebrate!" event for homecoming is always a hit with Pace University students. Who doesn't love a large bonfire, free food, and a DJ? The parking lots behind Wilcox Hall were overtaken by students, filling the lot to enjoy the event. The bonfire has been a staple of homecoming for many...

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