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Professor Spotlight: Michelle Land

Professor Spotlight: Michelle Land

Amanda Cummings, Featured Writer
March 28, 2017 • 223 views
Filed under Feature, Showcase

Michelle Land, one of the two Pace Environmental Clinic professors, began the clinic’s work in the fall of 2014. The clinic teaches students to research and lobby for the improvement of environmental issues. They are currently working on passing the Elephant Protection Act, which bans elephants...

Happy Hour: Jeff LeBlanc Rocks Kessel

Happy Hour: Jeff LeBlanc Rocks Kessel

David Paulstich, Featured Writer
March 28, 2017 • 212 views
Filed under Feature, Showcase

Pace’s Programming Board hosted folk rock/indie singer and songwriter Jeff LeBlanc for their weekly Happy Hour event in Kessel’s Boudreau Lounge on Fri., Mar. 24. LeBlanc, a Long Island native, followed an unexpected route towards becoming a folk/rock singer starting off his musical career singing...

Students Take a Trip to Sing Sing Correctional Facility

Students Take a Trip to Sing Sing Correctional Facility

Elise Adams, Features Editor
March 27, 2017 • 213 views
Filed under Feature, Showcase

Pace journalism students in the Digital Storytelling class taught by Dr. Katherine Fink took a trip to Sing Sing Correctional Facility on Mon., Mar. 20 to further investigate the prison system and prison reform. Sing Sing is a maximum security all male prison with a maximum capacity of 1,803 inmates...

Michael Ferraro: His Sister’s Keeper

Michael Ferraro: His Sister’s Keeper

James Miranda, Copy Editor
March 27, 2017 • 181 views
Filed under Feature, Showcase, Sports

It was 9 a.m. on a spring weekend in 2005 when Pace sophomore Michael Ferraro was awakened by his older sister, Aimee Ferraro, asking for a favor. She asked him if he could urinate in a pill bottle for her to use to fake a drug test. Utterly shocked and confused, he agreed and did what his sister...

Duston Spear’s Sentence: Art in Prison

Duston Spear’s Sentence: Art in Prison

James Miranda, Copy Editor
March 6, 2017 • 364 views
Filed under Feature

Duston Spear came to work one day during the fall 2016 semester and her director told her she couldn’t bring the color blue to her art class anymore. “I’m thinking [to myself], ‘How am I going to teach the Impressionists if I can’t have [students] paint with the color blue?’” Spear said....

Amateur Astronomers Club Sets Scoops On Mars

Alyssa Madonna, Featured Writer
March 6, 2017 • 161 views
Filed under Feature

The Westchester Amateur Astronomers Club held their monthly membership meeting in the Lienhard Hall lecture room at Pace Fri., Mar. 3. This week's guest speaker Alan P. Witzgall, a long-time member, and officer of the New Jersey Astronomical Association, traveled from New Jersey to speak about Mars...

You Can Now Eat Cookie Dough By The Scoop

You Can Now Eat Cookie Dough By The Scoop

Elise Adams, Features Editor
March 5, 2017 • 146 views
Filed under Feature

DO Cookie Dough Confections is a new ice cream like parlor nestled in the streets of Greenwich Village in New York City where you can buy cookie dough to eat by the scoop. People wait in line anywhere from one to four hours to try the highly acclaimed cookie dough. The shop opens at 10 AM and people...

Heard on Shirley Beth’s Way: Film Appreciation Program of Pace

Heard on Shirley Beth’s Way: Film Appreciation Program of Pace

James Miranda, Copy Editor
March 5, 2017 • 197 views
Filed under Columns, Feature, Heard on Shirley Beth's Way

The room was lit only by the 60-inch screen, the tables were lined with the vernacular of movie snacks like popcorn and Doritos, and rows of people were piled next to one another battling for arm room like a movie theater. It wasn’t a movie theater; however, it was Pace’s Alumni Hall Classroom...

Hillel Seeks to Foster an Understanding in Avi Schaefer’s Name

Stephen Badinelli, Featured Writer
February 28, 2017 • 183 views
Filed under Feature

Pace University’s Hillel club gathered for a special Shabbat dinner to interact with students and remember the life of Avi Schaefer on Friday night in Kessel Conference Room A/B. The club informed non-Jewish students about the Jewish customs of Shabbat and showed a video detailing the life of Schaefer,...

Emily Bresnahan Fights for Women’s Rights

Emily Bresnahan Fights for Women’s Rights

Alyssa Madonna, Featured Writter
February 28, 2017 • 314 views
Filed under Feature

Emily Bresnahan, a freshman at Pace University, takes one issue very seriously: women’s rights. “Our political climate is extremely tricky right now,” Bresnahan said. “It’s important for young women to have a voice.” Bresnahan believes these issues deserve more focus being that her...

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