THE PACE CHRONICLE

New Hall Council Committees are Elected for the 2018-2019 academic year

New Hall Council Committees are Elected for the 2018-2019 academic year

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

September 21, 2018


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The start of a new academic year brings new student leadership, such as the election of new Hall Councils. Each residence hall has a Hall Council, comprised of members and officers who plan and promote events for their fellow residents. Within their job description, as stated on the Pace University...

Celebrating Constitution Day: Assemblyman Tom Abinanti Discusses Immigration and Naturalization with Students

Celebrating Constitution Day: Assemblyman Tom Abinanti Discusses Immigration and Naturalization with Students

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

September 18, 2018


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On Sept. 17, 1787, 39 delegates gathered in Philadelphia to sign the Constitution. On Constitution Day 231 years later, 27 Pace students gathered in the Kessel Multipurpose room at an event hosted by the Student Government Association (SGA) to discuss the Constitution and its influence on foreign policy...

Former Pace Student Arrested After Harassing Residents in North Hall

Former Pace Student Arrested After Harassing Residents in North Hall

Adiba Sikder, Editor-in-Chief

September 16, 2018


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Ariel Caro, a former Pace student, was arrested by Mt. Pleasant Police last Tuesday after harassing students in North Hall. At around 9 p.m., Caro entered North Hall by going in behind a group of students that had appropriate identification. Upon entering the building, Caro went to the third floor...

Pace Announces its Implementation of the WiFi Network Eduroam

Pace Announces its Implementation of the WiFi Network Eduroam

Carmen Ballon, Social Media Manager

September 16, 2018


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Pace’s Information Technology Center announced its implementation of eduroam, a non-profit global Internet service that allows students to access WiFi at any other participating institutions across the globe using their university login credentials. The announcement, made via email to faculty, staff...

Increase of Campus Residents Results in Housing Changes

Increase of Campus Residents Results in Housing Changes

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

September 15, 2018


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The Fall semester brought more students living on campus than years past. Due to this influx of the on-campus population, certain housing sacrifices had to be made. All lounges in North and Martin Halls have been eliminated this year and turned into bedrooms. “Four lounges in Martin and North...

In the Holiday Spirit: SGA to host Assemblyman Tom Abinanti on Constitution Day

In the Holiday Spirit: SGA to host Assemblyman Tom Abinanti on Constitution Day

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

September 14, 2018


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When individuals think of their favorite holiday, they probably think of Halloween, Christmas, or Thanksgiving. Constitution Day is not likely what comes to minds. This little-known holiday is celebrated on Sept. 17, the day that the Constitution was signed at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia...

NY Primary Results: Surprising Upsets and High-Turnout

NY Primary Results: Surprising Upsets and High-Turnout

Kwadar Ray, Managing Editor

September 14, 2018


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New York held its primary Thursday to determine the Republican and Democratic nominees for the midterm elections in November. Cynthia Nixon's campaign garnered national attention after she obtained enough petition signatures to force a primary against Governor Andrew Cuomo. The actress-turned-politician...

State Senate Candidate Pete Harckham Visits Pace Ahead of NY Primary

State Senate Candidate Pete Harckham Visits Pace Ahead of NY Primary

Kwadar Ray and Victor Diaz

September 12, 2018


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Pete Harckham, a Democratic candidate for the 40th New York State Senate District, already has endorsements from Assemblyman Tom Abinanti, former Congressman John Hall, County Executive George Latimer, and most prominently, Governor Andrew Cuomo. Despite the support from prominent politicians in the state/district, the former Westchester County legislator prefers ...

President Krislov Helps Strengthen ‘Opportunitas’

President Krislov Helps Strengthen ‘Opportunitas’

Adiba Sikder, Editor-in-Chief

September 9, 2018


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President Krislov has helped strengthen “Opportunitas,” Pace’s mission statement, and Pace move in a positive direction since the start of his presidency a year ago. According to the university's mission statement, Pace is built on providing real-world experience, along with a strong academic...

Pace’s Green Initiative

Pace’s Green Initiative

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

September 7, 2018


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Pace University is putting their academic teachings to practice by joining America’s nationwide effort to eliminate un-recycled plastic. An estimated 5.3-14 million tons of plastic ends up in the ocean every year according to National Geographic. It is statistics such as this that sparked the nati...

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