THE PACE CHRONICLE

Pace hires first Diversity Chief Officer 

Pace hires first Diversity Chief Officer 

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

September 28, 2019

Tiffany Hamilton is six weeks into being the first person to hold the position of chief diversity officer at Pace, a position that is in high demand for universities around the country. Hamilton has her eyes set on leaving an impact on the community at large through her passions of higher education and...

Feeding Westchester Hosted Third Annual Miles for Meals 5K Walk and Run on Campus

Feeding Westchester Hosted Third Annual Miles for Meals 5K Walk and Run on Campus

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

September 22, 2019

Three years ago, one of the biggest charities in Westchester County, Feeding Westchester, wanted to create another fundraising event in addition to their Spring Gala and their Evening in Good taste event. They wanted an event that would raise money in a unique way and could bring the entire Westchester...

The Transition from Suite-Style to Traditional-Style Dorms

The Transition from Suite-Style to Traditional-Style Dorms

Jessica Iannace, Contributing Writer

September 21, 2019

The relatively new, suite-style dorms in Alumni and Elm Hall at Pace seem like a luxury to incoming first-year students. What some don’t realize, however, is the fact that most upperclassmen find themselves living in Martin and North Hall -- the two older residence halls on campus. Some find the transi...

Future Nurses Can do it All

Future Nurses Can do it All

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

September 20, 2019

Many people on campus know the struggles of being a nursing major. Many people on this campus know the struggles of being an athlete. But, only a few people know what struggle lies in trying to do both.  Clinical’s, tests, games, lift- this is just a typical day for juniors Shelby Cherwek, Victoria ...

New ASL club brings more inclusiveness to campus

New ASL club brings more inclusiveness to campus

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

September 20, 2019

A group of Pace students silently took over a classroom in Miller during common hour. The silence spoke words as, for the first time, Pace has a newly launched American Sign Language (ASL) Club.     The club was initiated by President Kayleigh Geyer, who was a part of her high school’s sign l...

Pace Duck Trend “Quacks” People Up on Campus

Pace Duck Trend “Quacks” People Up on Campus

Lana McLoughlin

September 14, 2019

They are hidden everywhere on campus and have been for  a couple of weeks. From the Kessel Student Center to Alumni Hall, even on the clock outside of Goldstein Fitness Center, rubber ducks can be seen enjoying their time at Pace in a variety of places. Some examples are, but not limited to, next to...

Meet Pace’s New Student Government President

Meet Pace’s New Student Government President

Emily Teixeira

September 14, 2019

This semester, Pace University welcomes Madia Bestman as the new Student Government Association president. Bestman is a junior marketing major with a self-described “passion for fashion”. In her free time, she enjoys buying clothes from thrift stores to fix up with her own personal touches. After...

Pace Joins the Period Movement

Pace Joins the Period Movement

Kristin McInerney

September 14, 2019

Students at Pace Pleasantville can notice one notable addition to campus this fall semester, aside from the new trees and bushes in front of Kessel – sanitary pad and tampon dispensers located in many of the campus bathrooms. The dispensers, which distribute sanitary pads or tampons for free when...

P4K smashes a hit for Maria Ferrari Children’s Hospital

P4K smashes a hit for Maria Ferrari Children’s Hospital

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

September 10, 2019

       In the midst of the clouds and slight drizzle of rain, students were A white vehicle with baseball bats near Miller Lawn. Although it may seem like a fun activity to release those first week frustrations, it holds an important cause. P4K, an organization on campus which works for raising money Mar...

When in Rome

When in Rome

Jessica Iannace, Contributing Writer

August 25, 2019

Many Pace University students choose to study abroad within their four years at Pace, but what does a study abroad course truly look like? Sophomores Natasha Fallen and Meaghan Rodrigues, along with fifteen other students, traveled to Rome for three exciting weeks this summer with Philosophy professo...

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