THE PACE CHRONICLE

Pride Prom Brings Out the High School Senior in Pace Students

Pride Prom Brings Out the High School Senior in Pace Students

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

April 1, 2018


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Pride at Pace brought out the high school senior in everyone during their Pride Prom event at Willcox on Saturday in an effort to help students that weren’t able to fully express who they are at their own prom. When first entering Willcox Hall, several red carpets were put out for students to walk do...

Mama Takes Me to School

Mama Takes Me to School

Dr. Diane Cypkin, Professor, Media, Communication, and Visual Arts

April 1, 2018


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To my colleagues, students and friends: In April, many remember the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of April 1943, fought by the few Jews left in that ghetto, fighting not so much to live, but to die fighting!  At the same time, it reminds me of my brave, immigrant, Yiddish-speaking mama—who lost everything...

Delta Phi Epsilon Hosts Fundraising Event for Cystic Fibrosis

Delta Phi Epsilon Hosts Fundraising Event for Cystic Fibrosis

Stefano Ausenda, Feature Writer

March 30, 2018


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While the rest of Pace's Pleasantville Campus was seemingly empty on Friday, March 30, Kessel's Gottesman Room was very much vibrant and alive; thanks to Delta Phi Epsilon sorority hosting their annual fundraising Gala for Cystic Fibrosis, entitled "65 Roses.” Sisters sported very chic dresses for...

Opening The Conversation: Consent in College

Opening The Conversation: Consent in College

Christina Bubba, Feature Writer

March 30, 2018


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With recent cases of sexual abuse, there has been a rising awareness of sexual assault throughout the nation. However, something that may not be discussed enough is how to prevent it. One step in the right direction is educating young people on sexual consent. This is exactly what Pace University...

Jamie DelToro’s Goal is to See Pace Grow

Jamie DelToro’s Goal is to See Pace Grow

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

March 25, 2018


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Jamie DelToro, junior at Pace, believes that her persistence and her passion for making sure that people are heard makes her an excellent candidate for SGA president. DelToro has a deep-rooted appreciation for Pace and the sense of community that Pace has for one another and wants to create that sense...

First Generation Student Serves To Give Back

First Generation Student Serves To Give Back

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

March 25, 2018


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Lisdy Giron, junior at Pace, believes that her passion to serve and give back to her community makes her an excellent candidate for SGA president. Giron believes in Pace’s slogan “Opportunitas” and has taken advantage of several of the opportunities that Pace has brought in to her life. Giron...

OLAS Empowers Students to “Stop the Ignorance”

Carmen Ballon, Feature Writer

March 24, 2018


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The room went silent while students discussed being discriminated in daily life. Monday, The Organization of Latin American Studies (OLAS) hosted “Stop the Ignorance” to discuss pre-judgements and support each other under these circumstances. “We want to come together as a community, to talk...

The Road Less Traveled: George Pappas

The Road Less Traveled: George Pappas

Jack Fozard, Feature Writer

March 24, 2018


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“I applied for this position, and the professor here who was in charge, seeking someone, thought I was a student of his. They thought I was one of his students. So I got here and he said, ‘Oh, I don’t know who you are,’ and he said, ‘Well, let’s give him a shot anyway.’” Professor...

SLU’s “Stop the Stigma” Creates Safe Space for Discussion on Mental Disabilities

SLU’s “Stop the Stigma” Creates Safe Space for Discussion on Mental Disabilities

Stefano Ausenda, Feature Writer

March 24, 2018


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Pace University’s Pleasantville campus had the first event of its kind on Tuesday night in Kessel’s Butcher Suite; a student-led discussion on the stigmas surrounding the most common mental disabilities, entitled “Stop the Stigma.” The event was co-hosted by Greek organizations Sigma Lambda...

Vincent Simpson Strives to Become a ‘Face of Pace’

Vincent Simpson Strives to Become a ‘Face of Pace’

Christina Bubba, Feature Writer

March 22, 2018


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Pace University’s Goldstein Gymnasium is usually split down the middle on Tuesday night, with intramural basketball players filling one half and cheerleaders occupying the other. So it turned heads when a basketball player made his way over to the cheer mats and asked to learn how to “do flips.” Outgoing...

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