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Olivia Wint Wins Election, Becomes News SGA President

Olivia Wint Wins Election, Becomes News SGA President

Sean Browne, Editor-in-Chief

April 8, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

On April 4 Olivia Wint woke up at 9:50 a.m. to check the poll results on her computer. However, Wint isn’t a morning person, so instead of checking the results she changed her mind and went back to sleep. An hour later her phone blew up with text messages, and she suddenly knew what happened. Wint...

Candidates for the Pace University Student Government Election for the 2018-2019 Academic Year

March 22, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

Listed below are all the candidates for Pace University Student  Government Election. Voting takes place March 26- March 30 on PaceVotes.Check your email for a link and access! President: Jamie Deltoro - If you know one thing about me it should be that I care about Pace. Pace has given me the ...

President Krislov and Pace Community Speak Out on Guns on Campus

President Krislov and Pace Community Speak Out on Guns on Campus

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

March 3, 2018


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The mass shooting that took 17 lives at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL has the United States searching for solutions to prevent another school shooting. Some, such as New York Assemblyman Tom Abinanti, have proposed stricter gun control laws and background checks. "It is a problem...

George Latimer Discusses His Plans for 2018

George Latimer Discusses His Plans for 2018

Sean Browne, Editor-in-Chief

February 28, 2018


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Speaking at Westchester County Office Building this past Thursday, newly elected County Executive George Latimer discussed his plans moving forward for the county. The first issue that brought up was the county budget for the upcoming year, Latimer acknowledged the difficulties that are faced with...

First Generation Social Brings Pace Students and Faculty Together

First Generation Social Brings Pace Students and Faculty Together

Christina Bubba, Feature Writer

February 24, 2018


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A first generation college student is when a student is from a family in which neither parent went to or graduated from college. The percentage of Pace University Pleasantville  students who fit this criteria is an astounding 40 percent. Last Wednesday, the Kessel Multi-purpose room was filled with...

New Academic Integrity Code Discussed in Gottesman

New Academic Integrity Code Discussed in Gottesman

Sean Browne, Editor-in-Chief

February 18, 2018


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Maryellen Martirano is on a mission, to discuss the new academic integrity code at Pace University. Martirano spoke to an audience on Feb.16, 2018, in Gottesman, giving details about the new code that was put into place last September as well as answering any questions that faculty and students had. “The...

Pace Security Sends Alert This Past Wednesday

Pace Security Sends Alert This Past Wednesday

Adiba Sikder, Feature Editor

February 17, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Students received a security alert last Wednesday regarding a restricted former graduate student, Daniel Banyai. Students were not given any more information because Banyai is still under investigation. However, students are encouraged to call the security office if Banyai is seen on campus. “We...

Study Abroad Fair Takes Place Despite Inclement Weather

Study Abroad Fair Takes Place Despite Inclement Weather

Christina Bubba, Feature Writer

February 10, 2018


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World-wide representatives were set up in Pace University’s Kessel Student Center on Wednesday, eager to discuss the school’s study abroad program with students. While the fair was cut short due to inclement weather, it did little to dampen the enthusiasm displayed by the representatives of the...

Kessel Dining Services Delayed Due to Pipe Issue in Building

Kessel Dining Services Delayed Due to Pipe Issue in Building

Carmen Ballon, Feature Writer

January 27, 2018


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This past Thursday, Kessel had an unexpected delayed opening due to technical issues that caused a minor setback for students, faculty, and staff. Students were quickly informed about the issue by several Pace services. At approximately 9:09 a.m., Westchester Housing e-mailed the student body. “There...

With President Krislov’s Backing, Pace’s “Making the Documentary” Class is Set To Film In Puerto Rico

With President Krislov’s Backing, Pace’s “Making the Documentary” Class is Set To Film In Puerto Rico

Jakub Lewandowski, Feature Writer

January 27, 2018


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After fifteen trips to make documentaries, Dr. Maria Luskay’s “Making the Documentary” classes have made films on a variety of subjects in many places. And although Luskay looks for stories before choosing a location, deciding on this year’s destination took many turns. Originally, the...

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