THE PACE CHRONICLE

Students Enjoy Free Rides and Food at Pace Programming’s Spring Carnival

Students Enjoy Free Rides and Food at Pace Programming’s Spring Carnival

Stefano Ausenda, Feature Writer

April 29, 2018


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Even though finals week is close approaching, guests would never notice if they happened to visit Pace’s Pleasantville campus on Saturday afternoon. What was normally an ordinary Pace University parking lot was transformed into an oasis of fun, excitement and music. This was because Programing Board...

Melissa DiNucci Expresses Lack of Representation of Women in Horror

Melissa DiNucci Expresses Lack of Representation of Women in Horror

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

April 29, 2018


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As a child, Melissa DiNucci, junior at Pace, would keep her eyes glued to the screen when watching horror movies with her family in awe, wondering what would happen next and when she would watch her next horror movie. When first looking at DiNucci, one can tell that her personality is eccentric and...

WPAW hosts McDonald’s themed Open Mic Night

WPAW hosts McDonald’s themed Open Mic Night

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

April 28, 2018


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McDonald’s, clowns, and music created an animated combination at WPAW’s open mic night at Boudreau Lounge on Thursday. Over 500 burgers, fries, McNuggets, and sliders drew in a decent crowd of hungry students trying to de-stress from final exams and projects that needed to get done. Several...

VOX Hosts Melissa Febos, Author of Abandon Me

VOX Hosts Melissa Febos, Author of Abandon Me

Carmen Ballon, Feature Writer

April 22, 2018


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Critically acclaimed author Melissa Febos visited Thursday to be a guest speaker for the VOX Arts and Literacy Journal (VOX) reading series. Butcher Suite was filled with curious students listening to her memoir Abandon Me, an essay collection. Abandon Me, an in-depth memoir of Febos’s life, depicts a p...

Film Appreciation Program At Pace Hosts Jaws on the Lawn

Film Appreciation Program At Pace Hosts Jaws on the Lawn

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

April 21, 2018


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Students gathered on Miller Lawn on Friday with friends, blankets, and popcorn for Jaws on the Lawn, an event hosted by the Film Appreciation Program of Pace. The club members welcomed guests and offered popcorn and pizza for them to eat while the movie went on. Although the weather was against...

Life in Reverse: Rachel Carpenter

Life in Reverse: Rachel Carpenter

Jack Fozard, Feature Writer

April 21, 2018


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“I actually spent more time growing up not in the United States than I did in the US.” Rachel Carpenter is the Assistant Dean of Assessment and Planning at Pace, and might be hard to find if you’re looking for her. Tucked away in the SDCA office behind boxes and multiple glass-paned walls,...

“Hall Wars” Pins Halls Against Each Other for Title of Best Hall

“Hall Wars” Pins Halls Against Each Other for Title of Best Hall

Stefano Ausenda, Feature Writer

April 21, 2018


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On Friday afternoon, Pace University’s Elm Hall, North Hall, and Townhouses competed for the title of best hall at Elm’s final event of the semester: Hall Wars. Elm Hall, co-sponsoring with the Residence Hall Association, held three separate team events to see which hall would walk away with the...

Pace F.I.R.E. Informs Students on Sex-Based Misconduct Policies at Title IX and Dine

Pace F.I.R.E. Informs Students on Sex-Based Misconduct Policies at Title IX and Dine

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

April 21, 2018


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Pace F.I.R.E. (Fight Ignorance and Rape with Education), Title IX, and seven panelists Pace affiliated and non-affiliated came together in order to answer questions Pace students have about Title IX and their resources on and off campus on Thursday at Title IX and Dine in Butcher Suite. The forum...

RHA Promotes Diversity Through Cultural Showcase

RHA Promotes Diversity Through Cultural Showcase

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

April 15, 2018


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Resident’s Hall Association hosted their Cultural Showcase on Miller Lawn on Friday in order to promote cultural organizations on campus. Several students came out to the lawn with their friends and alone in order to dance and eat different kinds of foods that the different organizations had on...

Cheyenne Mascaro: A Resilient Face of Pace

Cheyenne Mascaro: A Resilient Face of Pace

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

April 15, 2018


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Cheyenne Mascaro, sophomore at Pace, believes that being self-aware and recognizing the humanity people display for one another is essential to overcoming some of the biggest obstacles one may face. Throughout her life and since coming to Pace, Mascaro has faced some tremendous obstacles that helped...

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