THE PACE CHRONICLE

NRHH looks to make an impact this holiday season 

NRHH looks to make an impact this holiday season 

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

November 23, 2019

The National Residence Hall Honor Society (NRHH)  will be making rounds to the residence halls this holiday season, but instead of singing holiday carols, the group will be looking to collect non-perishable items for their second annual food drive. The food drive will benefit the Pleasantville Interfaith Pantry,...

P4K increases amount raised from last year

P4K increases amount raised from last year

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

November 17, 2019

145 student participants, five miracle families, faculty and staff members gathered in Gottesman Saturday night for the 7th annual Pace 4 Kids (P4K) dance marathon.  The amount raised was revealed at the end of the night by executive board members and faculty advisor Suede Graham. $11,327 was rais...

New Asian Restaurant in Pleasantville: Fatt Root

New Asian Restaurant in Pleasantville: Fatt Root

Riley Sosnowski

November 17, 2019

The town of Pleasantville has many new restaurants popping up as it is a popular place to own a business. The new restaurant Fatt Root is an Asian cuisine, with many different options to pick from. They have dishes that are friendly to vegans, vegetarians, nut allergies, gluten-free and dairy-free...

United Cultural Council’s “Life After the Yard”

United Cultural Council’s “Life After the Yard”

Emily Teixeira

November 17, 2019

On Wednesday, November 12, 2019, United Cultural Council hosted “Life After the Yard,” an event in which students interested in joining Greek life could gather more information about how joining fraternities and sororities can impact them, both here at Pace and after they graduate. The event was...

Lack of Membership with Pace Students in ROTC

Lack of Membership with Pace Students in ROTC

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

November 16, 2019

It’s 4:30 a.m. on a Wednesday morning. Everyone on campus will be fast asleep for at least a few more hours, but junior Jared Maldonado is up and getting ready for a long day of Reserve Officer Training Corps, otherwise known as ROTC.   Maldonado is the only person at Pace Pleasantville who partici...

Another Fabulous Year of “Fabulosity”

Another Fabulous Year of “Fabulosity”

Alexis Nieman and Callie Anderson

November 16, 2019

What do six student drag performers and one fabulous Drag Queen equal? Pride at Pace’s “Fabulosity,” of course! This past Thursday, Gottesman was transformed into a high-energy showcase of drag, complete with a cat-walk, judges and all the colorful candy you could eat.  The annual event showca...

Christian Club: Pensa at Pace

Christian Club: Pensa at Pace

Riley Sosnowski

November 4, 2019

Pensa is a Christian Ministry on Pace’s Pleasantville campus that focuses on teaching Christian doctrine, discipleship, as well as peer-to peer mentoring. The idea for Pensa was formed in the fall of 2018 and they became a recognized organization in fall 2019. This community helps to strengthen...

Kaitlyn Houlihan: An Upcoming Pace Graduate Who Made the Most of Her Opportunities

Kaitlyn Houlihan: An Upcoming Pace Graduate Who Made the Most of Her Opportunities

Emily Teixeira

November 2, 2019

Kaitlyn Houlihan, a senior here at Pace University set to graduate at the end of the semester has already made a legacy for herself both on and off-campus. She is the president of Pace’s Model UN; the former secretary of the now inactive Poly-Sci Association; a participant in the Dyson Scholars and...

Lubin Business Association puts on a Politics and Public Service event

Lubin Business Association puts on a Politics and Public Service event

Caitlyn Cashman

November 2, 2019

On Wednesday October 30, The Lubin Business Association (LBA) conducted their weekly meeting, hosting the event “Politics and Public Service” in Miller 27. Rachanna Shah, Director of Government and Community Relations for Pace was the guest speaker. Aside from the business student attendees, Jim...

Professor Freeman’s guest speaker approach to teaching

Professor Freeman’s guest speaker approach to teaching

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

November 2, 2019

Every Wednesday, David Freeman begins his Jazz Music History class with a circle of students playing rhythms on their drum sticks. This is just one of the ways he is redefining higher education through increasing hands-on and experiential learning.  Freeman is a professor in the Media, Communications and...

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