Pace promotes flexibility in spring preparation

COVID-19 precautions has led to new campus layouts and flexibility for transitioning modalities.
November 27, 2020

A semester and a half of Zoom may be behind us, but another semester of the hybrid format is to come. The COVID-19 pandemic has adjusted the college experience to social distancing, zoom courses, face...

What Students Didn’t Know About Virtual Registration

The Schedule Explorer on the Pace Portal is where students can find all the course offerings for the following semester.
November 23, 2020

As the beginning of the spring 2021 registration period comes to a close, many Pace students are left feeling overwhelmed with the registration process and express concern for their ability to enroll in...

Pace to go fully remote as of Thursday November 19

With the announcement of fully moving to remote learning, only Grubhub and grab-and-go options will be available in Kessel.
November 18, 2020

In an email sent to students, staff and faculty on Wednesday evening, the university stated that all campus; New York City, White Plains and Pleasantville will be moved to remote learning. Initially, the...

Pace to give students option to accept pass/fail

Pace is running on a mix of hybrid, in-person and remote courses. Many students are completing the semester through remote learning exclusively. The different learning environment  and COVID-19 challenges has led to students demanding for pass/fail options for the Fall 2020.
November 18, 2020

Pace is allowing students to choose a pass/fail option for their Fall 2020 courses. The decision was proposed by the New York Faculty Council and was approved by both the New York and Pleasantville council....

“It Is Hard to Keep Up” How One Student Demands Pass or Fail

Sophomore education major Ilda Radoncic started pass/fail petition with her friends to demand flexibility as students try to adjust hybrid model
November 1, 2020

When students headed back to campus last January to start the spring 2020 semester, they were unaware of what was to come.  A mysterious virus, originated in Wuhan, China,  spread across the world...

Women’s power needed in Lubin School of Business

This graphic showcases the differences for Lubin students gender's on the PLV campus.
October 30, 2020

Pace’s female students, attending the Lubin School of Business at the Pleasantville campus, demand for more female representation as male students continue to dominate the department throughout the years. Since...

Krislov takes part in mental health task force

President Marvin Krislov was apart of The Steve Fund task force this summer which focused upon the mental health and well-being of students of color.
October 29, 2020

2020 has been a year unmatched with unprecedented times, racial injustice and adjusting to the “new normal.” In addition to the physical component of the current health crisis worldwide, has been an...

Pace University To Retire DJ Henry’s Number

Henry’s family honors him at his memorial service. #12 was his football  number and now will be retired from use in his honor.
October 29, 2020

As social injustice grows more prominent in our world today, Pace University plans to retire DJ Henry’s number to honor the 10th anniversary of his death. Andy Rondeau, head coach for the Pace University...

Pace community advocates for an increase of awareness of DJ Henry

The clocktower has stood outside of GCF for 8 years, but is it enough?
October 18, 2020

One decade ago, a 20-year-old Pace University football player was shot and killed by a police officer outside of a bar in Pleasantville, not far from the university’s campus. DJ Henry was a victim of...

RHA Works to Commission Mural in DJ Henry’s Honor

In honor of the tenth anniversary of DJ Henry's death, RHA is working to commission a mural in his honor on the side of Ianinello Field House. Once completed, this is what it would look like.
October 17, 2020

In honor of the tenth anniversary of Danroy “DJ” Henry’s death, the Residence Hall Association (RHA) is working to commission a mural in Henry’s honor on the side of Ianniello Field House. According...

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