THE PACE CHRONICLE

Assortment of Family Weekend Events makes for Successful Turnout

Assortment of Family Weekend Events makes for Successful Turnout

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

October 7, 2018


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From this past Friday to Sunday, Pace’s campus was filled with a wide range of family-oriented events, starting with a mentalist and illusionist and ending with a community service event. Members of the Student Development and Campus Activities Office (SDCA), Rachel Carpenter and Syed Hasan, were responsible...

Prominent Alumni: K-pop Singer Ailee

Prominent Alumni: K-pop Singer Ailee

Jake Maddia, Arts & Entertainment Writer

October 7, 2018


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Even if you think you're an avid lover of music, there is a genre of music that is a little different than what you know. K-pop, as it is commonly referred to, is pop-style music from South Korea that is characterized by a variety of different audiovisual elements. Although it compromises all genres...

Hannah Katinsky: The Girl Behind The Lens

Hannah Katinsky: The Girl Behind The Lens

Nigeria Belizario, Contributing Writer

October 6, 2018


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From the West Coast to the East, Hannah Katinsky, a sophomore at Pace, is pursuing a degree in film and entertainment management. Originally from San Jose, California, Katinsky made her way to New York for a fresh start and a chance to fully dive into her field without having the eyes of judgmental people...

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Get Informed

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Get Informed

Alexandra Bellusci, Contributing Writer

October 6, 2018


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On average, more than three women a day are murdered by their intimate partners in the U.S. 25-31% of American women report being physically or sexually abused by a husband or boyfriend at some point in their lives and 3 million - 10 million children witness that abuse each year. The statistics are s...

Freshmen Take Control of the Internship Fair

Freshmen Take Control of the Internship Fair

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

October 4, 2018


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The Job and Internship Fair comes to Pace once a semester, giving students the chance to jump-start a career in their field or find local work. It is encouraged to be prepared for this event before attending, but this year, freshmen have the chance to prepare by observing. The 2018 Fall Job and Internship...

Cristian Martinez: A Model Who Expresses Feelings Through Fashion

Cristian Martinez: A Model Who Expresses Feelings Through Fashion

Adiba Sikder, Editor-in-Chief

September 29, 2018


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The first time Cristian Martinez posed in front of a camera, he felt exhilaration and complete freedom of self expression. Over time, the 19-year-old has built an extensive social media following and modeling portfolio that many early models do not have at the start of their career. “It's al...

Nature Center: History, Animals, and its Caretaker

Nature Center: History, Animals, and its Caretaker

Carmen Ballon, Social Media Manager

September 29, 2018


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Before Elm and Alumni, there was the Environmental/Nature Center, a paradise in the middle of campus built in the 1760s, which allowed farm animals to roam the streets freely. When the center was threatened in the 70’s, student Vietnam veterans filled the streets protesting and battling to save...

Student Film Review: The ‘LILA’ is a Chilling Four Minutes

Student Film Review: The ‘LILA’ is a Chilling Four Minutes

Jake Maddia, Arts & Entertainment Writer

September 29, 2018


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If you love traditional horror movies or movies that are flat out eerie, then you are in luck. A short film called LILA was filmed on this campus and is on YouTube right now. It may be one of the eeriest short films out there. The film's premise is simple but the acting, the score, and incredible cinemato...

New SDCA Coordinator Adapts to Pace with his Personable Attitude

New SDCA Coordinator Adapts to Pace with his Personable Attitude

Katherine Walsh, Contributing Writer

September 29, 2018


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From an orientation lip sync battle to the choreography of Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies” posted on his office wall, it's clear that Suede Graham, the new coordinator for Student Development and Campus Activities, is ready to leave his mark at Pace with his authentic energy. Graham first interned...

Hispanic Heritage Month Holds Significance for Students of Latino Descent

Hispanic Heritage Month Holds Significance for Students of Latino Descent

Justis Nieves, Contributing Writer

September 29, 2018


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From Sept. 15 - Oct. 15, the U.S. celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month. This is a month where every Hispanic and Latino descendant from Puerto Ricans to Chileans celebrate their culture, heritage, and impact on American society. Greg Rivera, a political science major at Pace, described the meaning of Hi...

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