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Wpaw Open Mic Night

Josiah Darnell, Featured Writer
May 3, 2017 • 213 views
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WPAW, hosted their annual open mic night event as a means to celebrate another year in the books for their organization in Kessel Student Center last Thursday. “The radio station has been hosting these open mic night events since the late 90’s,” says WPAW’s Vice president Joseph Gonzalez....

2017 Spring Carnival

2017 Spring Carnival

Adiba Sikder, Featured Writter
May 3, 2017 • 209 views
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Pace students and Pleasantville residents screamed and danced during the Grease themed annual Spring Carnival hosted by SGA and programming board in Parking Lot D on March 29. The typically empty parking lot was filled with fun rides and activities free of charge for Pace students and a small fee of f...

Colleges Against Cancer Hosts Hundreds in Relay for Life

Colleges Against Cancer Hosts Hundreds in Relay for Life

Alexander Coma and Alex Meister
April 25, 2017 • 203 views
Filed under Feature, Showcase

Pace University’s chapter of Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) held its ninth annual Relay for Life charity event to attract support for cancer research and treatment in the Goldstein Fitness Center on Fri., April 21. Relay for Life is CAC’s annual 12-hour event used to fundraise money, which goes...

Griselle Castillo’s Self Sufficient Ambition

Griselle Castillo’s Self Sufficient Ambition

Alyssa Madonna, Featured Writer
April 25, 2017 • 851 views
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Griselle Castillo, 21-year-old Connecticut native and student at Pace University, knows how to hustle. As a daughter of two Dominican immigrant parents, who worked hard to sustain a comfortable lifestyle for their family, it hasn’t been easy. Thus, Castillo has been working since the age of fourteen....

Edward Mortola’s Centennial Celebrated

Edward Mortola’s Centennial Celebrated

James Miranda, Copy Editor
April 18, 2017 • 353 views
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The Pace University community congregated and celebrated Dr. Edward Mortola’s (1917-2002) centennial by reminiscing and honoring his life and service to the institution in Mortola Library on Fri., Apr. 14. A series of speakers who were either close to or knew Mortola—the third president of Pace...

James Eyring’s Food for Thought

James Eyring’s Food for Thought

James Miranda, Copy Editor
April 13, 2017 • 377 views
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James Eyring’s dyslexia made academics difficult growing up, but the bird feeder that hung outside his kitchen window made him the naturalist he is today. Eyring, Pace’s Nature Center’s assistant director, would watch a plethora of birds that flew into a black bird feeder, which hung a foot...

Pace Hosts Fear Factor

Pace Hosts Fear Factor

David Paulstich, Featured Writer
April 4, 2017 • 347 views
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Pace’s Programming Board hosted Fear Factor to test people’s fears and see how far people will go when their limits are pushed in Kessel’s Boudreau Lounge on Thurs., Mar. 30. Vice President of the Programming Board Amber Borrero and her staff wanted to do something different, thus inspiring...

Daniel Giardullo Bakes Pizza for Pace

Daniel Giardullo Bakes Pizza for Pace

Alyssa Madonna, Featured Writer
April 4, 2017 • 1,802 views
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Daniel Giardullo has spent the last seven years behind an oven for roughly 72 hours per week. As the owner of Sal’s Pizza in Pleasantville, NY, Giardullo is constantly making pizza pies for his main clientele, who are families that live in town. However, Sal’s Pizza has made a name for itself...

Study Abroad Series: Featuring Dillon Sawyer

Study Abroad Series: Featuring Dillon Sawyer

Elise Adams, Features Editor
April 4, 2017 • 245 views
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A passion for traveling and a love for experiencing new cultures and traditions is one way to describe Pace junior Dillon Sawyer. Sawyer studied abroad in the fall of 2015 in Bilbao, Spain and already has plans to study abroad next fall in Florence, Italy. The hospitality and tourism management...

Not Your Typical Fraternity Brother

Not Your Typical Fraternity Brother

Sean Browne, News Editor
April 2, 2017 • 588 views
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When Pace senior Kirk Pineda sits in Mortola Library’s first floor, he knows why people are staring at him It's because, on this Tuesday, Pineda decided to wear high socks going up to his knees leading to his gym shorts, Tiger Schulmann’s t-shirt, and a beanie to top it off; not to mention the...

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