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Former Student Arrested for Recording Other Student Claims He is Innocent

Former Student Arrested for Recording Other Student Claims He is Innocent

Sean Browne, News Editor
March 14, 2017 • 1,202 views
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The former Pace student claims he's innocent and the situation surrounding his arrest for unlawful surveillance is "a very big misunderstanding." Anthony Abraham, the former Pace student, was identified as the individual arrested for unlawful surveillance, according to the Mount Pleasant Police Department...

Dyson Administrators Respond to Museum Criticisms; SGA Resolution in the Works

Dyson Administrators Respond to Museum Criticisms; SGA Resolution in the Works

James Miranda, Copy Editor
March 8, 2017 • 474 views
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Pace’s Dyson School of Arts and Sciences administrators responded to many of the emphatic criticisms from the community regarding the museum conversion, while Student Government Association (SGA) met with students to get a unified student resolution put together. Dyson Dean Nira Herrmann and Associate...

Former Student Arrested in Miller Hall Bathroom For Recording A Student

Former Student Arrested in Miller Hall Bathroom For Recording A Student

Sean Browne, News Editor
March 7, 2017 • 2,360 views
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A former Pace student was arrested for taking pictures of a current Pace student while he was using a urinal in Miller Hall's first-floor bathroom on Monday afternoon. The suspect was hiding in one of the bathroom stalls, he took his phone, and started to record a student while he was using the urinal,...

Pace Hosts Conversation Partners

Pace Hosts Conversation Partners

Sean Browne, News Editor
March 5, 2017 • 84 views
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Pace University held its Conversation Partners with students from Toyo University in Japan on Mar. 2 in Kessel. Pace welcomes Japanese students into the university for two weeks so they can become more familiar with American culture every year. "This is the first time they really get to use the...

Cars Catch Fire in North Parking Lot

Cars Catch Fire in North Parking Lot

Joseph Tucci, Managing Editor
March 2, 2017 • 1,582 views
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Two cars caught on fire for unknown reasons in North Hall parking lot Wednesday night. The cars that caught on fire were a 2003 white Mercedes-Benz CLK55 and a 2009 silver Jeep Liberty according to the police report The owner of the Mercedes-Benz Gaviel Spears stated that the fire occurred when...

Gas Leak Causes Dyson Evacuation

Gas Leak Causes Dyson Evacuation

Joseph Tucci, Managing Editor
February 27, 2017 • 409 views
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Pace's Dyson Hall of Science was evacuated Monday afternoon due to a gas leak before it was fixed by Con Edison. The leak occurred in Lab 110, or the microbiology lab, and was caused by a gas ball valve breaking inside the lab, which spread gas across the building, according to Director of Safety...

Unanimous Vote Names Marvin Krislov Eighth University President

Unanimous Vote Names Marvin Krislov Eighth University President

Michelle Ricciardi, Editor in Chief
February 21, 2017 • 353 views
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Pace’s Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Mark Besca, announced Marvin Krislov as the president-elect of Pace University by unanimous vote on Feb. 14. “On behalf of the entire Board of Trustees, I am pleased to welcome Marvin Krislov as the next president of Pace,” said Besca in a press release....

Environmental Policy Clinic Resurrects Bill to Save the Elephants

Environmental Policy Clinic Resurrects Bill to Save the Elephants

Joseph Tucci, Managing Editor
February 21, 2017 • 455 views
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Pace’s Environmental Policy Clinic along with Assemblywoman Amy Paulin and Senator Terence Murphy held a press conference to once again bring awareness to their “Elephant Protection Act” legislation that if passed would prohibit the use of elephants in entertainment acts in New York in the Environmental...

Pace Reacts to the New Secretary of Education

Pace Reacts to the New Secretary of Education

Sean Browne, News Editor
February 19, 2017 • 382 views
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Pace University School of Education students and faculty members have voiced their displeasure in response to Betsy DeVos being confirmed as Secretary of Education. Assistant Clinical Professor and Program Coordinator for Special Education at Pace, Dr. Jennifer Pankowski has taught in both public...

Environmental Museum Donor Concerns Answered; Community Livid in Response to Conversion

Environmental Museum Donor Concerns Answered; Community Livid in Response to Conversion

James Miranda, Sean Browne, and Joseph Tucci
February 19, 2017 • 481 views
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While a notable donor to Pace University’s Marty McGuire Museum confirmed that her concerns and questions regarding the conversion to a lab were answered during a conversation with school officials, many students, faculty, and staff continue to voice their objection. Lucy Waletzky, the daughter...

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