THE PACE CHRONICLE

Pace Fit Holds Grand Opening; Has Plans to Improve in the Future

Pace Fit Holds Grand Opening; Has Plans to Improve in the Future

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

April 24, 2019


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Pace's new student-run business, Pace Fit, officially cut the ribbon at Monday’s grand opening, making it the fifth student-run business on campus through The Center for Student Enterprises (CSE).      Grand opening of PaceFit https://t.co/IbLUnS0OCc — The Pace Chronicle (@pacechro...

The World’s Most Magical Internship

The World’s Most Magical Internship

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

April 20, 2019


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Disney--the multi-billion dollar mass media conglomerate that one either loves or hates. Either way, no one can deny the impact this major company has on the world. The Disney College Program at Walt Disney World, located in central Florida, brings in college students from different backgrounds and fie...

511NY Rideshare Encourages Commuter Students to Look at Sustainable Transportation Options

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

April 19, 2019


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The benefits of having a green commute with sustainable transportation options go beyond environmental benefits. 511NY Rideshare was at Pace last Monday to discuss both environmental and health benefits of utilizing sustainable transportation options. People who take the bus or train to work or school...

Teaching and Practicing: Professor Vicky Youngman’s Outlet through Art

Teaching and Practicing: Professor Vicky Youngman’s Outlet through Art

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

April 19, 2019


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Last Wednesday, over 100 students, faculty, and staff members made their way into the pink Choate House, crowded into one small room. While there, they admired faculty-made artwork. Among artists present at the Media, Communications and Visual Arts (MCVA) Faculty Art Show was Professor Vicky Youngman. At...

Pace Events: NYC VS Pleasantville

Pace Events: NYC VS Pleasantville

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

April 12, 2019


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Pace’s e-newsletter, the Pulse, is sent out to all students, faculty, and staff each Monday. This includes the New York City and Pleasantville campus. The newsletter provides a list and brief description of what will be going on around the campuses for the given week. Here is a list, broken down...

Lisdy Contreras: More Than a DREAMer

Lisdy Contreras: More Than a DREAMer

Nigeria Belizario, Contributing Writer

April 11, 2019


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Power, passion and love; three key elements Pace senior, Lisdy Contreras embodies in her everyday life as an advocate for the defenseless. Contreras is a natural born leader. Being the voice for the helpless has been a reoccurring duty of hers as she believes everyone deserves a chance, and more impo...

Pace Bound Takes Over

Pace Bound Takes Over

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

April 8, 2019


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For the past two Sundays, Pace’s campus has been filled with accepted students and their families, along with faculty, staff, and current students in yellow ASPIRE sweatshirts. All of these factors came together for another year of Pace Bound events aimed at showing off everything Pace has to offer...

Pace Students and the Political Climate: How the 2016 Presidential Election Still Impacts Young Voters

Pace Students and the Political Climate: How the 2016 Presidential Election Still Impacts Young Voters

Sarah Maymi

April 8, 2019


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The post-2016 presidential election was a divisive moment in American history that young people were able to witness with their own eyes. Discussions and hot debates regarding universal and topical issues such as gender inequality, racism, immigration policies, economic inequality, and so forth took...

National Humor Month: Are We All Walking on Egg Shells?

National Humor Month: Are We All Walking on Egg Shells?

Sarah Maymi

April 7, 2019


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In 1976, April was declared National Humor Month by comedian and author Larry Wilde, who is also director of The Carmel Institute of Humor. Wilde believed humor and laughter could be therapeutic tools that helped people manage the difficulties of life. When fellow comedian George Burns once answered...

Let’s Talk About Sex, Pace

Let’s Talk About Sex, Pace

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

April 4, 2019


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Condoms, lube, dildos, and furry handcuffs filled the Kessel Student Center's Gottesman room last Wednesday. No, this was not for an adult film shoot, but rather for Pride at Pace’s annual Sexology event. Every year, this event is held to give students access to information about safe sex, resources they ca...

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