Department of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Hosts “Social Justice and You”

The Department of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is hosting an online social justice workshop this July.

Emily Teixeira, Contributing Writer

July 1, 2020

Starting July 6, Pace University’s Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) will be offering a free, online program called “Social Justice and You.” This four-week workshop will take place Mondays through Thursdays from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. The program’s goal, according to Chief Diversity...

COVID-19 task force explains social distancing on campus in Staff/Faculty community briefing

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

June 25, 2020

Fall Enrollment and Budget update Currently, Fall enrollment is better than expected. Undergraduate deposits are down 2% and have actually increased on the Pleasantville campus. Graduate students enrollment is significantly down. The main reason for this is the lack of international students. ...

The results are in: The Chronicle Fall 2020 Student Survey results indicate how Setters truly feel

With the COVID-19 regulations, classes in the fall will likely be a mix of all three of these options.

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

June 24, 2020

While universities are trying to figure out how to hold campus classes while also following CDC and state guidelines, Pace announced the adjustment of the academic calendar to maximize dorm use, minimize semester length and minimize travel away from campus. The official statement regarding the calendar changes was published on the Pace w...

Faculty Council explores COVID-19 impacts

The Faculty Handbook is a guiding document that faculty looks upon to ensure they are being granted fairness amongst all aspects of the university.

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

June 13, 2020

COVID-19 has served as a stem for unforeseen circumstances. This was no exception as the Faculty Council Meeting for both the NYC and PLV campus held their first ever joint faculty council meeting during the summer. The meeting addressed areas of impact taking place on the university due to COVID-19....

Pace hosts Zoom meeting with Students and Parents

Pace hosted the first zoom informational session regarding how the university will be handling COVID-19 in the fall.

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

June 11, 2020

Pace hosted the first Zoom Meeting regarding plans for the fall with Parents and Students on Thursday June 10th. Although, definitive answers were not available as the university is still waiting for guidelines and approval from New York State; Here are some key takeaways:  Pace plans to resume ...

Pace considering early start to the semester

Pace may be turning on the lights for campus start earlier than expected.

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

May 27, 2020

The dynamic of the fall semester still remains in question, but the university is planning for various scenarios.  In a recent email sent from the President and the Provost's office, they mentioned a possible change in the fall semester dates.  The email stated “we may start the semester earlier than planned.”  Pace did not...

Virtual words of wisdom for Dyson’s graduating class

New York Senator Chuck Schumer addresses Pace's class of 2020 during the virtual commencement ceremonies on Wednesday, May 20.

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor

May 21, 2020

“Commencement is the culmination of our hopes, our plans and our work; from the first day that you came to campus until today.” “Knowledge is never wasted. When you least expect it . . . suddenly an idea will come to you, and you can trace it back to the intense effort you put into one of your...

Ithaca College first of NY schools to announce delayed start for Fall

Aerial view of Ithaca College.

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

May 18, 2020

Ithaca College announced earlier today that they plan on delaying the start of the fall semester until Oct. 5th, 2020. The President of the College, Shirley Collado, stated "in coming to the decision to open the fall semester on October 5, the senior leadership team and I listened to and collabora...

Spring move out scheduled to continue today

Students will be permitted four hour time slots to complete spring move out. Other options are available for students who cannot make it to campus.

Christina Bubba, Editor-in-Chief

May 15, 2020

Spring move out was postponed as a result of the NY state PAUSE, but resumes again today, May 15, as the executive order was lifted. Students who vacated campus as a COVID-19 precaution and left personal items in their resident hall have the option to sign up for a four hour time slot to retrieve...

Mini Language Sessions with Pace International Continues

The third mini-language session was held on May 5th. Students had the opportunity learn Mandarin.

Ibrahim Aksoy, Contributing Writer

May 13, 2020

Pace University International Students and Scholars (ISS) held its third online mini-language sessions through Zoom. In the third meeting of the newly-developed event, students had the opportunity to learn select letters from the Mandarin alphabet, phrases and idioms.  The one-hour event took place from 3:25-4:...

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