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Nature Center’s Earth Month Banner Allegedly Stolen

Nature Center’s Earth Month Banner Allegedly Stolen

Joseph Tucci, Managing Editor
April 19, 2017 • 286 views
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One of the Pace University Nature Center's Earth Month banners was allegedly stolen, according to the center's Director Angelo Spillo. The banner—a yellow sign with a picture of the sun wearing sunglasses and text saying, “April is Earth Month,”—was located on an adjacent patch of grass on...

David Rahni Announced as One of the Provost Candidates

David Rahni Announced as One of the Provost Candidates

Sean Browne, News Editor
April 18, 2017 • 179 views
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With Pace Unviersity Provost Uday Sukhatme stepping down on June 30, Chemistry Professor and Chair of the Faculty Council David Rahni has been named as one-of-three final candidates to succeed the Sukhatme, according to a faculty email from President Stephen Friedman. The provost position was something...

New York City Campus Fire Causes Pace to Cancel Class

New York City Campus Fire Causes Pace to Cancel Class

Elise Adams, Feature Editor
April 11, 2017 • 178 views
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Pace's New York City campus was billowing smoke from its windows as a result of an electrical fire from the Con Edison electrical vault which was experiencing malfunctioning equipment on April 9. The fire started on the west side of 1 Pace Plaza in the basement level and was contained by the Fire...

What Trump’s New Gun Bill Really Means for Veterans

Michelle Ricciardi, Editor in Chief
April 5, 2017 • 306 views
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The House of Representatives approved the Veterans 2nd Amendment Protection Act last month, which would prohibit any person under the administration or benefits of the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) who “is mentally incapacitated, deemed mentally incompetent, or experiencing an extended loss of consciou...

New Course Offers Parenting, Prison And Pups

New Course Offers Parenting, Prison And Pups

Joseph Tucci, Manging Editor
April 4, 2017 • 787 views
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Pace's Criminal Justice Department will be introducing a new criminal justice course with a focus on corrections facilities management this upcoming fall semester on both the Pleasantville and City campuses. The course—CRJ 331: Strategies in Corrections Management—will be taught by Criminal Justice...

UPDATE: Live Hitting Suspended on New Pace Softball Field Due To Foul Ball Hitting Car

UPDATE: Live Hitting Suspended on New Pace Softball Field Due To Foul Ball Hitting Car

Joseph Tucci, Manging Editor
March 27, 2017 • 394 views
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Pace’s New Pace Softball Field has been suspended for live hitting indefinitely by the Athletic Department after a foul ball went over its fence and hit a car on the Taconic State Parkway during a practice on Feb. 28. “[The ball] did go over the fence, it did a one-hop onto the road, it hit a...

The Populism Movement and Where it’s Heading

Sean Browne, News Editor
March 26, 2017 • 87 views
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One of the biggest trends in politics recently has been populism and this political ideology has fueled the United Kingdom to leave the European Union and has put President Donald Trump into the White House. Populism, by definition, is an idea that the working class majority should control the government...

UPDATE: Connecticut-based Nature Center Looking At Museum Animals

UPDATE: Connecticut-based Nature Center Looking At Museum Animals

James Miranda, Copy Editor
March 24, 2017 • 202 views
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A nature center visited Pace’s Marty McGuire Environmental Museum Wed., Mar. 22 expressing interest in taking some of the animals as the relocation process has begun. A Connecticut-based nature center visited for approximately 15 minutes to look at some of the animals in the museum, according to...

Breaking: Athletics Suspends Use of New Pace Softball Field

Breaking: Athletics Suspends Use of New Pace Softball Field

Joseph Tucci, Managing Editor
March 21, 2017 • 419 views
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Pace’s New Pace Softball Field has been "suspended" indefinitely due to a possible need to adjust the field's back-netting to ensure the safety of individuals, according to Associate Athletics Director Drew Brown. Brown says an adjustment to the netting was recommended to ensure that all balls are...

Former Student Arrested for Recording Other Student Claims He is Innocent

Former Student Arrested for Recording Other Student Claims He is Innocent

Sean Browne, News Editor
March 14, 2017 • 1,202 views
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The former Pace student claims he's innocent and the situation surrounding his arrest for unlawful surveillance is "a very big misunderstanding." Anthony Abraham, the former Pace student, was identified as the individual arrested for unlawful surveillance, according to the Mount Pleasant Police Department...

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