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Manhattan District Attorney Opens Discussion on Cyber Warfare At Pace

Manhattan District Attorney Opens Discussion on Cyber Warfare At Pace

Jack Fozard, Feature Writer

October 7, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Speaking to a crowd replete with suits and distinction, Cyrus Vance Jr., District Attorney for Manhattan, delivered a message in Willcox Hall grave in implication but hopeful in outlook: Globally, we are unprepared to defend against cyber warfare, but have tools to stem the bleeding until we find a lasting...

Some Students Find New Homes in Alumni Hall

Some Students Find New Homes in Alumni Hall

Sean Browne, Editor-in-Chief

October 7, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

In September, students moved into their new rooms in Alumni Hall. Now a month later, some students will be moving again. Over the summer, some students who were assigned  "doubles" which means two people to a room, were forced to be "tripled", which is three people to a room. This past week Alumni...

No More New York Times

No More New York Times

Emily Bresnahan, Feature Writer

October 6, 2017


Filed under News

You may have noticed empty shelves throughout campus where the New York Times used to be, but there is a reason for that. Administration had noticed a lack of readership for the otherwise popular newspaper, with stacks left unread at the shelves every day. It was unclear why the papers were still...

False Alarm On City Campus Sparks Change For Administration

Sean Browne, Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2017


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Pace security misidentified a student as a potential gunman at the Manhattan campus on September 14th. Campus security was initially misinformed that the student was wearing a belt of gun ammunition. However, it was only a belt. As a result, Nicole Thompson, associate Vice President for Administration...

Pace Responds to DeVos Ruling

Pace Responds to DeVos Ruling

Emily Bresnahan, Feature Writer

September 30, 2017


Filed under News

Pace University wants to ensure one thing: student’s health and safety come first. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos recently revoked Obama-era rules for sexual assault investigations on campus with the belief that they were unfair to all involved parties. This left many students unsure how it...

Professors Voice Their Displeasure Towards Starfish

Professors Voice Their Displeasure Towards Starfish

Sean Browne, Editor-in-Chief

September 30, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Pace University has implemented Starfish, a software were students have direct communication with the faculty so that they can see their success and weaknesses in the classroom since fall 2016. However, Starfish is anything but a success, according to some professors. "I refuse to use Starfish,"...

Pace’s New SGA President Has Big Plans

Pace’s New SGA President Has Big Plans

Emily Bresnahan, Feature Writer

September 23, 2017


Filed under News

Julian Alston, a driven business management senior, is now taking on the role as President of Pace University’s Student Government Association (SGA). Only a few weeks into the school year, Alston already has big plans for the upcoming school year, which include placing a solar panel tree on campus. This...

Charlottesville, Race, and Pace

Charlottesville, Race, and Pace

Adiba Sikder and Jack Fozard

September 23, 2017


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Students and professors alike gathered in the Kessel multipurpose room on Thursday night for a discussion on Charlottesville, organized by Malcolm Reynolds, the Vice President of Unity and Social Justice. The presentation opened with a brief explanation of why confederate statues are significant and...

Dining Room in Choate Relocated, Faculty and Staff Express Disappointment

Dining Room in Choate Relocated, Faculty and Staff Express Disappointment

Sean Browne, Editor-in-Chief

September 16, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

For years, many Pace University's faculty and staff members gathered in the Choate House's dining room to eat and socialize amongst one another. However, all good things must come to an end. Over the summer, the dining room was converted into offices for academic advisers. The decision has left...

Pace Talks DACA

Pace Talks DACA

Brian Velez, Feature Writer

September 15, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

On September 11th, members of the Pace community gathered together in the Kessel Multipurpose room to discuss the newest information regarding The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). President Donald Trump announced on September 5th that he wants to put an end to the policy. Therefore,...

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