THE PACE CHRONICLE

Pi Lambda Phi raised $365 in their annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event

Pi Lambda Phi raised $365 in their annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event

Emily Teixeira

November 11, 2019

This past Wednesday, Pi Lambda Phi hosted their annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event, in which the fraternity’s members did laps around the perimeter of Alumni Hall to raise money and awareness for domestic abuse victims. The event was part of a worldwide effort that started in 2001, when...

Society19 has a new chapter at Pace

Society19 has a new chapter at Pace

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

November 10, 2019

A popular online college publication, Society19, now has its own place at Pace. Kaylyn Fountain, a Digital Cinema and Filmmaking major, was scrolling through internships on Handshake when she came across an editorial position at Society19.  Society19 is a nationwide published magazine that contains segme...

Dean Braun’s Pivot from Pace

Dean Braun’s Pivot from Pace

Caitlyn G. Cashman

November 10, 2019

The Lubin Business school’s influential Dean Braun is stepping down and moving on from Pace. Braun is unique from the Lubin deans that came before him as he did not go to business school, but is indeed a businessman. “With a background in business rather than academics, I am market-driven and...

Pace Community sponsors families for those in-need

Pace Community sponsors families for those in-need

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

November 9, 2019

Since 2015, Pace University has partnered with Hope’s Door during the holiday season to give back to the local community. Hope's Door is a local non-profit women’s shelter for single women; women with children and women who have suffered from domestic abuse. During the holiday season, Hope's Door...

English Department to Introduce ‘Writing and Rhetoric’ Major by 2020

English Department to Introduce ‘Writing and Rhetoric’ Major by 2020

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

November 8, 2019

The English and Communications major that many people study at Pleasantville is getting a whole new look. If approved by the appropriate parties, by fall 2020 the major will change from English and Communications to Writing and Rhetoric and will focus more on writing and less on literature.  The En...

Senate Approves New Financial Committee

Senate Approves New Financial Committee

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

November 8, 2019

At an SGA senate meeting last month, students approved the creation and implementation of a new student organization finance committee. Even though it was approved less than a month ago, the idea for this committee was first proposed to senate about a year ago, by current SGA president Madia Bestman,...

Christian Club: Pensa at Pace

Christian Club: Pensa at Pace

Riley Sosnowski

November 4, 2019

Pensa is a Christian Ministry on Pace’s Pleasantville campus that focuses on teaching Christian doctrine, discipleship, as well as peer-to peer mentoring. The idea for Pensa was formed in the fall of 2018 and they became a recognized organization in fall 2019. This community helps to strengthen...

Voter Van Drives Pace Students to the Local Election Polls

Voter Van Drives Pace Students to the Local Election Polls

Callie Anderson, News Editor

November 2, 2019

Once again, Pace will provide voter vans on Tuesday, November 5, to drive students who are registered to vote in Pleasantville to their polling place. This year, there will be a variety of local and regional positions up for election. While the federal and state governments have the majority of power over many hot button issues like immigration, climate change, and gun control, local...

Redefining Pace: The rebranding process underway   

Redefining Pace: The rebranding process underway   

Christina Bubba, Editor-in-Chief

November 2, 2019

Pace partnered with Mindpower, a strategy and branding execution agency, and is currently in the first and most crucial phase of it’s rebranding process. Over the summer, University Relations carefully selected Mindpower after sending out requests to three different branding agencies. Once Mindpower...

Lubin Business Association puts on a Politics and Public Service event

Lubin Business Association puts on a Politics and Public Service event

Caitlyn Cashman

November 2, 2019

On Wednesday October 30, The Lubin Business Association (LBA) conducted their weekly meeting, hosting the event “Politics and Public Service” in Miller 27. Rachanna Shah, Director of Government and Community Relations for Pace was the guest speaker. Aside from the business student attendees, Jim...

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