THE PACE CHRONICLE

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...

The Struggle for Winter Intersession Registration

Sofia Torio, Contributing Writer

November 25, 2018


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Sleepless nights in the library, multiple papers to write and tests to study for is nearing its end as the final month of the fall semester approaches. Late December and most of January provides a break for students from their busy fall semester, but the break also provides an intersession in which students...

Death of A Superhero: Pace Mourns Stan Lee’s Passing

Death of A Superhero: Pace Mourns Stan Lee’s Passing

Infiniti Styles Bowie, Features Writer

November 14, 2018


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A superhero hung up his cape for the last time. Stan Lee, the man who created the original superhuman race, died on Monday morning. He was 95. Lee was born Stanley Martin Leiber on December 28, 1922, in New York City. He started his comic book career in 1939 when he was working as an office assistant...

Midterm Elections: What Pace Students Care About

Midterm Elections: What Pace Students Care About

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

November 10, 2018


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Every year, elections provide an opportunity for the average individual to choose who represents them and their values in the government.  On Nov. 6, the midterm election where voters across the country voted to fill various positions including state legislators, governors, senators, and representatives ...

America Runs on Guns? How Mass Shootings Affect Pace

America Runs on Guns? How Mass Shootings Affect Pace

Infiniti Styles Bowie, Features Writer

November 10, 2018


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Three hundred and seven. There have been 307 mass shootings in America this year. The last shooting happened just this past Wednesday at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California. What was supposed to be a night filled with beer and fun turned into a nightmare of blood and terror at the Borderline Bar ...

Despite Efforts; Female Enrollment in Seidenberg Remains Low

Despite Efforts; Female Enrollment in Seidenberg Remains Low

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

November 10, 2018


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77 percent of Seidenberg students are males on Pace’s Pleasantville campus, despite the fact the campus is 59.4 percent female, according to Pace’s 2017 census report. This number is reflected in the female to male ratio in classes, as well as major related activities.  Erika Manica, a junior transfer student, sai...

NYC Setters Leadership Cohort Program to Kick Off in the Spring Semester

NYC Setters Leadership Cohort Program to Kick Off in the Spring Semester

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

November 9, 2018


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Pace’s NYC Student Development and Campus Activities (SDACA) is introducing a new leadership program that will take place in the Spring 2019 semester. The program will focus on various leadership development theories, social change model, and strengths finders. This is the first year that Pace is...

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