THE PACE CHRONICLE

The Provost’s Plan for Pleasantville

The Provost’s Plan for Pleasantville

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

May 11, 2019


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A first-year leader at Pace is looking to shake up Pleasantville to capitalize on its strengths and market opportunities. Provost Vanya Quiñones is heading into into her second year with a Pleasantville Plan that she proposed at a Faculty Council meeting this past Friday. Provost Quiñones came to...

Federal Sanctions Skyrocket Gas Prices: How it Impacts Students

Federal Sanctions Skyrocket Gas Prices: How it Impacts Students

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

May 11, 2019


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Pulling up to a gas pump to fill up a gas tank may always induce some stress, but recently, gas prices have been rapidly increasing and could, as a result, be inducing more stress than normal. Gas prices began steadily rising in New York ever since the Trump Administration announced that they would...

Pleasantville Disposes of Plastic Bags to Help the Environment

Pleasantville Disposes of Plastic Bags to Help the Environment

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

May 4, 2019


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Starting next semester, when Pace students go grocery shopping at Key Food, they will not be able to bring their groceries back to campus using plastic bags. Currently, shoppers can buy plastic bags when checking out, but starting on August 1, only recyclable paper bags will be available for purchase. Starting...

IGNITEing the Pace Community: Senator Harckham’s Town Hall

IGNITEing the Pace Community: Senator Harckham’s Town Hall

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

April 22, 2019


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One of Pace’s newest student organizations is already engaging the Pace community in thinking about activism, women’s empowerment, and leadership. At its first big campus event, IGNITE hosted a tea and coffee town hall with New York State Senator Pete Harckham this past Thursday. The event was...

Pace Looks to Increase its Online Presence

Pace Looks to Increase its Online Presence

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

April 20, 2019


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The evolution of technology has affected the way society lives and works in their daily lives. The internet has strongly impacted the variety of ways people choose to learn and enhance their education. As many students look for online course options and are taking their graduate degree programs comple...

SGA Election Results Delayed over Student Complaint

SGA Election Results Delayed over Student Complaint

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

April 13, 2019


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Student Government Association (SGA) elections were open to student voting from April 1-5. Students received reminders to vote and updated live results in their email all week. However, the official election results, which were expected to arrive by April 9, have been delayed due to a “student com...

Fake News Workshop Held on International Fact Checking Day

Fake News Workshop Held on International Fact Checking Day

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

April 4, 2019


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Fake news has become a prevalent term with the rise of social media platforms and citizen journalists. It is simple enough for anyone to write and publish something online, which can make it difficult for consumers to distinguish between facts and falsified information. This juxtaposition has led to...

Lack of Students in Attendance for SGA Debate

Lack of Students in Attendance for SGA Debate

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

March 27, 2019


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Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a “Debate About It” event in Kessel last Monday afternoon. The debate served as an opportunity for Pace students to get to know and understand the positions of the students running for SGA office next year. Pace students will have the ability to vote ...

More Triples: The New Housing Policy for Fall 2019

More Triples: The New Housing Policy for Fall 2019

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

March 16, 2019


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It is that stressful time of year again: Housing season--when students pick roommates and try to plot their way into their preferred residence hall. This year, rumors have been circulating that all rooms in Alumni and Elm Hall are being tripled in order to accommodate the influx of students who wish...

MCVA Introduces a New Sports Broadcasting and Media Minor

MCVA Introduces a New Sports Broadcasting and Media Minor

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

March 9, 2019


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A concept that has been developing for 5 to 10 years has become a reality for the Media, Communication and Visual Arts department (MCVA), as a brand new Sports Media and Broadcasting minor was officially introduced to students last Monday. The minor consists of 15 credits in total, with three required c...

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