THE PACE CHRONICLE

Study Abroad Fair Takes Place Despite Inclement Weather

Study Abroad Fair Takes Place Despite Inclement Weather

Christina Bubba, Feature Writer

February 10, 2018


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World-wide representatives were set up in Pace University’s Kessel Student Center on Wednesday, eager to discuss the school’s study abroad program with students. While the fair was cut short due to inclement weather, it did little to dampen the enthusiasm displayed by the representatives of the...

Kessel Dining Services Delayed Due to Pipe Issue in Building

Kessel Dining Services Delayed Due to Pipe Issue in Building

Carmen Ballon, Feature Writer

January 27, 2018


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This past Thursday, Kessel had an unexpected delayed opening due to technical issues that caused a minor setback for students, faculty, and staff. Students were quickly informed about the issue by several Pace services. At approximately 9:09 a.m., Westchester Housing e-mailed the student body. “There...

With President Krislov’s Backing, Pace’s “Making the Documentary” Class is Set To Film In Puerto Rico

With President Krislov’s Backing, Pace’s “Making the Documentary” Class is Set To Film In Puerto Rico

Jakub Lewandowski, Feature Writer

January 27, 2018


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After fifteen trips to make documentaries, Dr. Maria Luskay’s “Making the Documentary” classes have made films on a variety of subjects in many places. And although Luskay looks for stories before choosing a location, deciding on this year’s destination took many turns. Originally, the...

Pace’s Study Abroad Program Excelling

Pace’s Study Abroad Program Excelling

Christina Bubba, Feature Writer

January 27, 2018


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Pace’s study abroad program is at an all time high for sending students abroad. In the Fall 2017 semester, Pace students were studying in the following countries: England (London and Norwich), Spain (Barcelona), Italy (Florence), and Australia (Sunshine Coast and Sydney). “We are welcoming...

OLAS Hosts Minority Report

OLAS Hosts Minority Report

Jack Fozard, Feature Writer

November 18, 2017


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At the annual OLAS event, Minority Report, a strong, clear message took a back seat to the lively social event that occurred in its place. Amidst the beating music leading up to the event, hosted by  the Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS), men and women showed up in nearly equal numbers...

Career Services Moves to Paton House

Career Services Moves to Paton House

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

November 11, 2017


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Career services is expected to move to Paton House by January 2018 in order to make traveling to their office more convenient for students. Career services currently has two offices: one in the Kessel Student Center with one counselor Monday through Thursday from 12:30-2:00 and an office at the Gannett...

In Remembrance of Dr. Jean Coppola

In Remembrance of Dr. Jean Coppola

Jack Fozard, Feature Writer

November 11, 2017


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A professor and a pillar of the community for over 30 years, Dr. Jean Coppola, who passed away on October 29, is someone who will be deeply missed. “I admired Jean so much. The students always talked about her and appreciated all that she did for them,” says Mary Courtney, Professor of Computer...

Lack of Student Voting Turnout Disappoints “Voter Van”

Lack of Student Voting Turnout Disappoints “Voter Van”

Carmen Ballon, Feature Writer

November 11, 2017


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With the passing of election day, the university attempted to assist students with voting transportation. But, only one student used this service. Tyler J Kalahar, Program Coordinator at the Center of Community Action & Research, started the “Voter Van” about fifteen years ago. This service...

FIRE, a Student Group Strives to Fight Sexual Assault on Campus

FIRE, a Student Group Strives to Fight Sexual Assault on Campus

Gerald Olvera, Feature Writer

November 11, 2017


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You are not alone. That is the university’s pledge to all students. FIRE (Fighting Ignorance and Rape with Education), a student peer to peer group, was designed to provide students with the tools to address sexual assault. When New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s “Enough Is Enough” Legislation...

Lubin Staff Helps Students Reach Their Full Potential

Lubin Staff Helps Students Reach Their Full Potential

Carmen Ballon, Feature Writer

November 4, 2017


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Students, faculty, and staff came together in Gottesman Hall to help young business students reach for the stars and learn more about what Pace University's Lubin School of Business has to offer. Lubin advisor Jeanette Lewis believes that these meetings are crucial for student success. “It’s...

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