THE PACE CHRONICLE

Keys to staying productive during virtual learning

Keys to staying productive during virtual learning

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

March 29, 2020

Remote learning, along with the stay-at-home order, is changing the way students learn, study and complete their school work. Distractions are easily attained and motivation may have spiraled downwards. However, there are some concepts that can be put in place to help attain a successful end to the semester...

Pace faculty residents remain on campus

Pace is described to have an empty feel after majority of residents moved off campus.

Emily Teixeira, Contributing Writer

March 29, 2020

While most of Pace’s students have vacated their dorms, Pace’s two resident faculty members, Jane Collins and Michael Finewood, remain in their respective apartments on campus. While their living situations have not changed, both professors had to make changes to their daily routines and class structures...

Working at Target during COVID-19: No, we don’t have toilet paper

Sometimes I get pulled off the front end to help stock shelves.

Sequoia Cumming, Editor In Chief

March 26, 2020

As I enter the parking lot before my morning shifts, I can already see the crowd gathering 10 minutes before my Target location even opens... and I already know that my day is going to be chaotic. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered all non-essential businesses to close in New York state beginnin...

Get to know the SGA Candidates

Christina Bubba, Editor-in-Chief

March 24, 2020

Applications for SGA will remain open until April 6. Check out the candidates before you cast your votes: Presidential Candidates Kadija Shaw My name is Kadija Shaw, I am a third year Business Management major with human resources concentration. I am originally from Germantown Maryland but moved t...

A hard decision the coronavirus put on one international student

Casilda De Las Heras leaving Pace to visit her family on Thursday.

Ibrahim Aksoy

March 22, 2020

Two days after Pace announced it will go online for the remainder of the semester, American Airlines flight 094 took off from John F. Kennedy Airport, heading toward Madrid Barajas International Airport. International student Casilda De Las Heras, made the tough decision to go home, risking her re-entr...

Pace’s Nature Club visits Wolf Conservation Center

These are two of the Wolf Conservation Center's resident Mexican gray wolves. The center raises and breeds wolves in an effort to preserve their species, and hopes to one day reintroduce these animals to their natural habitat.

Emily Teixeira, Contributing Writer

March 15, 2020

On Saturday, March 7, the Nature Club took a trip to the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) in South Salem. Nature Club president, junior Environmental Studies major Taylor Ganis, proposed the idea for the trip after she had the opportunity to volunteer there. Ganis thought it would be a unique experience...

Brandon Jacobs: A Record Setter and Leader

Brandon Jacobs passing a defender.

Jj Perdido and Brianne Gonzalez

March 8, 2020

Star guard and record holder for assists, Brandon Jacobs has a vision for Pace basketball much larger than himself. Throughout his last three seasons, Jacobs focused on improving one major thing about himself: growing to become a leader. “A big thing that I had to work on was my leadership skills,"...

No need to fear, Career Services is here

Paton House, which is home to Career Services, is located next to Alumni Hall.

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

March 6, 2020

As May graduation gets closer and closer, future graduates are starting to feel the pressure when it comes to making plans for their life after Pace. With classes, clubs and jobs, finding the perfect job to kickstart your career can seem like a daunting and almost impossible task. For any student at Pace, ...

5 simple ways to be eco-friendly in college

Buying bamboo utensils are a great way to reduce your everyday plastic use.

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

March 6, 2020

As the threat of global warming and climate change becomes more and more prevalent in our everyday lives, people are starting to take more effective measures in order to be more sustainable. College students who live on campus may not think that they can do much to be more eco-friendly, but there ar...

Pace’s Writing-Enhanced Courses at a glance

In order to graduate, every Pace student must take two Writing-Enhanced courses during their tenure.

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor

March 6, 2020

At first glance, college courses with names like “The Neurobiology of Alzheimer’s,” “Managerial Marketing” and “Modern Latin America” may not seem like they have anything in common with each other. However, there is one important thing that ties these three courses, as well as many others,...

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