THE PACE CHRONICLE

Local coffee spot in Pleasantville: Black Cow

Local coffee spot in Pleasantville: Black Cow

Caitlyn G. Cashman

December 8, 2019

As a college town, Pleasantville often caters to the needs of its students, one of those being coffee. In town, Pleasantville has many places to get coffee, one place that stands out from the chains is The Black Cow Cafe. Located on Wheeler Avenue, The Black Cow is surrounded by many other private...

New Peer Strengths Coaching Program launches next semester

New Peer Strengths Coaching Program launches next semester

Callie Anderson, News Editor

December 7, 2019

Over the course of next semester, select students will train to be peer strengths coaches while the option to sign up for individual coaching with strengths will be open to all students. At orientation, all incoming students take the CliftonStrengths assessment where they are then provided with their...

What Happened to the Technical Desk in the Library

What Happened to the Technical Desk in the Library

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

December 7, 2019

For a few years, there used to be three separate desks near the entrance to the library at Pace’s Pleasantville campus: the Circulation desk, where students could check-out and return books, the Reference desk, where students could receive research help for their essays and other assignments, and the...

AIME to be fully established by Fall 2020

AIME to be fully established by Fall 2020

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

December 7, 2019

Connor Willis and CJ Muth came back from their study abroad experience at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia with a goal in mind. During their study abroad experience, Willis and Muth had the opportunity to work with The Australian Indigenous Mentoring Program (AIME).  AIME is a mentorsh...

New English course works in conjunction with Writing Center

New English course works in conjunction with Writing Center

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

December 7, 2019

The English department recently announced that the English and Communication Major that is located on the Pleasantville campus will be undergoing changes to become the Writing and Rhetoric major. The change will focus more on the writing component of English, rather than the literature.  The major change will b...

Save your quarters: Holiday parking took effect in Pleasantville

Save your quarters: Holiday parking took effect in Pleasantville

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

December 6, 2019

No need to scrounge for quarters and loose dollars while parking in town anymore, or at least until the end of December. The Village of Pleasantville’s Board of Trustees agreed in late November to continue the tradition of suspending parking meter fee’s throughout the town.  The tradition, w...

Paw-some Opportunity to Learn Canine Consideration

Paw-some Opportunity to Learn Canine Consideration

Callie Anderson, News Editor

November 30, 2019

Pawfessor Spirit is Pace's first canine professor and is even receiving student evaluations this year. In 2016, Dr. Joanne Singleton, along with Lu Picard, co-founder of the Connecticut organization Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities (ECAD), developed Canines Assisting in Health. This is...

Pace Alum David Pecker Interviewed by Prosecutors in Trump Organization Investigation

Pace Alum David Pecker Interviewed by Prosecutors in Trump Organization Investigation

Callie Anderson, News Editor

November 30, 2019

David Pecker, Pace alum and namesake of Pecker Hall in Willcox Hall and the David J. Pecker Distinguished Professorship, has been interviewed by prosecutors in the New York district attorney’s office regarding their investigations into the Trump Organization’s payments to women who said that they h...

Here’s what’s new in Kessel

Here’s what’s new in Kessel

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

November 29, 2019

Each semester, Chartwells Dining Services relies on student feedback and suggestions in order to make improvements for upcoming semesters. Students may have received phone calls regarding a dining hall survey. This semester alone, there have been several new additions on the Pleasantville campus.  ...

Pace’s adaptation of International Education Week

Pace’s adaptation of International Education Week

Emily Teixeira

November 23, 2019

November 18-22, 2019 is International Education Week, which celebrates the benefits of international education, studying abroad and exchange programs. It is a chance to embrace other cultures and deepen our appreciation of our place in the global community, both as a university and as students. In...

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