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Consensual Seduction or Cruel Intentions? An Investigation into a Sexual Assault Allegation on Pace’s Campus

Consensual Seduction or Cruel Intentions? An Investigation into a Sexual Assault Allegation on Pace’s Campus

Infiniti Styles Bowie, Features Writer

May 17, 2019

**Warning: this article contains detailed information about alleged sexual assaults and domestic violence** A sharp scream pierced through the dark room. Other than the soft click-clacking of my laptop, the room had been deathly still, plagued with un-buried secrets and a lonely trip down mem...

Producing a Documentary Course Releases ‘Hawaii: Living on the Edge in Paradise?’

Producing a Documentary Course Releases ‘Hawaii: Living on the Edge in Paradise?’

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

May 11, 2019

For the past 16 years, Pace’s Media Communications and Visual Arts (MCVA) Department offered the Producing a Documentary course, open to all MCVA students to apply to. Through a selective process, 15-20 students are selected to participate in this faculty-led study abroad course and travel to an ever-changing...

Course Evaluations: Who Are They Really Helping?

Course Evaluations: Who Are They Really Helping?

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

May 11, 2019

The final days of the semester brings many things with it. Sleepless nights, essays, exams, and of course, the dreaded course evaluations. Course evaluations are required by Pace to be completed by a certain date, or students' grades will be withheld from them for a longer period of time than usual--May ...

Emilee Coladarci: Spotlight on Student Teaching

Emilee Coladarci: Spotlight on Student Teaching

Katherine Walsh

May 10, 2019

It has been a semester filled with travel for senior Emilee Coladarci, as her alarm ticks off every morning at 6:15 a.m. and she heads off to Elmsford for her daily student teaching assignment. The childhood education major with an English concentration began student teaching in the first semester ...

Senior Traditions: Old and New  

Senior Traditions: Old and New  

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

May 10, 2019

As seniors prepare for graduation, Pace is hosting a slew of events to ease their nerves and celebrate their accomplishments. What used to be a string of parties, such as "Townhouse (TH) Day," has since evolved into events planned by student run organizations such as Student Government Association (SGA). Since...

From Italy to Pace: A Kessel Employee’s Journey

From Italy to Pace: A Kessel Employee’s Journey

Giselle Morales

May 6, 2019

The Kessel Student Center Fern Dining Hall has many different servers, however, one employee is routinely eager to make students one of the cafeteria’s highly coveted acai/fruit bowls. Mary Vecchio may be the longest-tenured worker at Kessel. She began working there in 1984, took a seven-year break,...

The Wacky Wildlife at Pace

The Wacky Wildlife at Pace

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

May 4, 2019

The Pace Pleasantville campus is home to not only thousands of college students, but many different types of wildlife as well. Whether it be gray squirrels running up and down the trees behind Elm Hall, or raccoons rummaging in the dumpsters behind Martin, creepy critters in Pleasantville can be seen if...

Tackling a Common Question: Is Pace Safe?

Tackling a Common Question: Is Pace Safe?

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

May 2, 2019

Pace’s annual Security and Fire Safety Report boasts about the safety precautions on the Pleasantville campus. It rationalizes that although all three entrances are open and unguarded during business hours, entrance three is secure after hours. This security measure only guarantees the safety of o...

Swapping Campuses: When it’s Worth the Commute

Swapping Campuses: When it’s Worth the Commute

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

April 26, 2019

A unique quality and selling point of Pace is that its two campuses may be just 50 minutes apart, but there's vastly different environments. No matter which campus students live on, or commute to, it is possible and even encouraged, to take classes on the both campuses at some point. There are many...

Tokyo to NYC: Jason Hui Takes his Studies on the Road   

Tokyo to NYC: Jason Hui Takes his Studies on the Road   

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

April 26, 2019

Seeking more than the rural village of Pleasantville, hidden away in the crevice of Westchester County, junior Jason Hui made a habit of packing his studies and bringing them with him through his travels. Hui chose Pace, not only for the digital cinema and filmmaking major, but for their study abroad...

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