THE PACE CHRONICLE

Desperation. Love. Ambition.

Desperation. Love. Ambition.

Gerald Olvera, Feature Writer

December 3, 2017


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And many more feelings from the heart and thoughts from the mind were shared Thursday afternoon in the Butcher Suite. Vox, the arts and literacy journal, celebrated their fall semester launch party for 2017. A collective group of literary and artistic students showcased a new book of photos, poetry,...

Alpha Lamba Sigma Auctions People Off to Raise Money for Pediatric AIDS

Alpha Lamba Sigma Auctions People Off to Raise Money for Pediatric AIDS

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

December 2, 2017


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Students were auctioned off with fun activities in order to raise awareness and money for pediatric AIDS at Alpha Lamba Sigma’s annual Red Gala in Gottesman on Friday. Although several students were dressed in formal attire, formal attire was not required for students to come in and participate...

Pace Hosts Joe Marson

Pace Hosts Joe Marson

Paolo Ferreira, Feature Writer

December 2, 2017


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Pace University’s Programming Board had a special guest singer come to visit and preform. Joe Mason is a contemporary soul-singing artist with guitar playing ability. Joe Marson has been playing and creating music for 15 years and continues to love what he does. He started singing when he was just...

Students overcome their fears on “Open Mic Night”

Students overcome their fears on “Open Mic Night”

Carmen Ballon, Feature Writer

December 2, 2017


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Students conquered the stage during WPAW’s open mic night this past week. Many performers of all kind, came out to show their talents. “We let people share their talent. Whatever that may be. Some people do songs, or they play instruments, or they do poetry. It’s very open,” said John Watson. Brian...

Alpha Phi Delta Seeks to Help Veterans

Alpha Phi Delta Seeks to Help Veterans

Jake Fozard, Feature Writer

December 2, 2017


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This past week, Alpha Phi Delta fraternity held a fundraising raffle, ‘Hope for the Homefront’, with the proceeds going to Operation Homefront, which is a non-for-profit organization that provides social and financial aid to families of U.S. military veterans. With prizes like watches and speakers,...

P4K Brings in $16,147 for Local Children’s Hospital

P4K Brings in $16,147 for Local Children’s Hospital

Emily Bresnahan, Feature Writer

November 19, 2017


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Over 200 Pace students came together for a great cause this past Saturday dancing for over six hours to raise money for Maria Fareri Children's Hospital. The fifth year of the dance marathon, started by Pace students, brought in a decent amount of students, but possibly not enough to push for a sixth...

Culturefest Brings Diversity to Pace

Culturefest Brings Diversity to Pace

November 18, 2017


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Pace students celebrated and learned about different cultures during Culturefest at the Kessel Student Center this past Thursday. Culturefest is a part of Pace’s annual International Education week, which was created in order to educate students about the study abroad opportunities, different cultures,...

Pace Anticipates Thanksgiving Break

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

November 18, 2017


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Registration and midterms may have students down but it hasn’t stopped them from being excited about Thanksgiving Break. Registration period is always a difficult time for some students because getting in to classes that they need in order to graduate or the electives that they really wanted can...

Phi Sigma Sigma Hosts Annual Talent Show

Phi Sigma Sigma Hosts Annual Talent Show

Gerald Olvera, Feature Writer

November 18, 2017


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Phi Sigma Sigma sorority celebrated their largest event of the Fall semester thus far. The Greek chapter hosted the annual Talent Show on November 14th, in the Gottesman Room. There were different acts that ranged from singing, dancing, and a comedy skit. A majority of the contestants were from other...

Chris Nocket, From the Army to Pace

Gerald Olvera, Feature Writer

November 18, 2017


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Answering the ‘call of duty’ following the attack of the World Trade Center in 2001 was the last thing Chris Nocket expected to do. However, the Poughkeepsie native learned that his cousin Mike had perished during the attacks. Like many others, he would join the ranks with other service men and...

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