THE PACE CHRONICLE

MCVA Introduces a New Sports Broadcasting and Media Minor

MCVA Introduces a New Sports Broadcasting and Media Minor

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

March 9, 2019


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A concept that has been developing for 5 to 10 years has become a reality for the Media, Communication and Visual Arts department (MCVA), as a brand new Sports Media and Broadcasting minor was officially introduced to students last Monday. The minor consists of 15 credits in total, with three required c...

Krislov emphasizes One Strong Pace through a three-part Success plan

Krislov emphasizes One Strong Pace through a three-part Success plan

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

February 26, 2019


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In a packed Gottesman room, where faculty and staff members were in a standing-room only, Pace President Marvin Krislov delivered his first State of the University address. Krislov made an appearance at all three campuses last Monday to deliver his message face-to-face and allow time for questions at...

Full Text of President Krislov’s State of the University speech

Full Text of President Krislov’s State of the University speech

February 25, 2019


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Good afternoon, and thank you, David. Welcome to my first State of the University address. I have now been at Pace for three semesters. I have had time to get to know this University. To meet so many of our students, faculty, and staff. To learn about our history and our legacy. I have talked with an...

Pace Athletics Receives $1 Million Gift in Honor of Peter X. Finnerty

Pace Athletics Receives $1 Million Gift in Honor of Peter X. Finnerty

Sequoia Cumming, Sports Editor

February 23, 2019


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Pace Athletics was gifted $1 million from B.J. Finnerty, the wife of the influential Peter X. Finnerty, to create more financial stability for the program and to honor her husband. Peter X. Finnerty founded the Pace athletics department in 1947 and served as the athletic director from 1947-1988. His...

Moved In, Forced Out: Pace’s Housing Dilemma

Moved In, Forced Out: Pace’s Housing Dilemma

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

February 15, 2019


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Several students living in North Hall have to adjust to living in new rooms and new roommates at the start of this Spring semester--whether they want to or not. Students who missed the deadline to apply for housing for the 2019 school year were placed on a waitlist and placed into different rooms on...

Programming’s Failed Trampoline Park Trips

Programming’s Failed Trampoline Park Trips

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

February 6, 2019


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Programming Board cancelled both of their planned trampoline park trips this academic year; once with apparent inadequate measures to inform students of the cancellation. As part of ‘PB’s Giving,’ the week after Thanksgiving, the board had planned a trip to a trampoline park. It was advertised...

Democratic Presidential Candidates on College Loans and Tuition

Democratic Presidential Candidates on College Loans and Tuition

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

February 2, 2019


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Even though the 2020 presidential election is still well over a year away, candidates for the Democratic nomination have been announcing their campaigns since July 2017. The primary elections officially start in February 2020, but candidates are already working on appealing to various demographics, including...

New Faculty-Led Study Abroad Trip Open to All Students, Freshmen Alike

New Faculty-Led Study Abroad Trip Open to All Students, Freshmen Alike

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

January 31, 2019


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A new faculty-led study abroad course is set to launch in the 2020 academic year. Math 102, or Mathematics for Life, taught by Professor Daniel Buffone, will not only study practical math methods but travel to Greece to apply them. This is an entry-level math course that can be taken after Math 100...

Nursing Student’s Failing Grades Accidentally Exposed by Professor

Nursing Student’s Failing Grades Accidentally Exposed by Professor

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

January 31, 2019


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The third year for nursing students involves vigorous exams, including a math clinical test. Pace students are allowed two attempts to pass this exam with a 90 percent or above. If not, they are not permitted to continue in the program. Junior Stephanie Simoes received the unfortunate news of her failing...

AIME-ing to End the Education Gap

AIME-ing to End the Education Gap

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

November 30, 2018


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Returning from their studies at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Connor Wills and CJ Muth brought a program back with them that is breaking boundaries to end the education gap. The Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) is an Australian-based program with a goal of ending the education...

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