THE PACE CHRONICLE

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...

Four Fire Alarms in North Hall within Five Days

Four Fire Alarms in North Hall within Five Days

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing writer

November 7, 2018


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Within the last couple of years, North Hall has become infamous on campus for the amount of times that the fire alarms have gone off in the building, and this semester is no exception. From the first day of classes, alarms in the building went off at least seven times. However, only one out of those...

Students of Jewish Faith Respond to the Deadliest Anti-Semitic Attack in U.S. History

Students of Jewish Faith Respond to the Deadliest Anti-Semitic Attack in U.S. History

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

November 4, 2018


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​In the aftermath of the anti-Semitic attack a week ago, the Jewish communities at Pace and nationally are looking toward processing their feelings to positively influence the future. ​On Oct. 27, a man opened fired at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, killing 11 people attending the ...

Honors Students Struggling with Registration

Honors Students Struggling with Registration

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

November 3, 2018


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With registration right around the corner, students are scrambling to put together their schedules for the upcoming semester.  For students in the Honors College, figuring out a way to make both honors classes and required classes for your major mold into one schedule may be a struggle.  Honors st...

Faster request, Faster response: Pace implements SABER, a new Work Order System

Faster request, Faster response: Pace implements SABER, a new Work Order System

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

November 2, 2018


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Tired of waiting weeks on end for maintenance to respond to your work order request? Pace’s new work order system, Systems Approach for Better Education Results (SABER), may be the solution to this nuisance. Effective this month, and beginning with Elm Hall, the University is implementing this new...

Pace Reacts to Mail Bombs Sent to Clinton Family and Other Top Democrats

Pace Reacts to Mail Bombs Sent to Clinton Family and Other Top Democrats

Kwadar Ray, Managing Editor

October 28, 2018


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Just four miles away from Pace, a package was sent to the Clinton estate in Chappaqua; it was a bomb. In what could have been one of the worst tragedies in U.S. history, the Clinton's, former President Barack Obama, former Attorney general Eric Holder, U.S. Senator Cory Booker, Robert De Niro and a host...

With America’s Shifting Views of Marijuana, Know the Laws Near You

With America’s Shifting Views of Marijuana, Know the Laws Near You

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

October 26, 2018


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The debate and negotiation over marijuana legalization in the U.S. had a monumental moment when California became the first state to legalize medical cannabis in 1996. 22 years later, 25 states allow medical marijuana usage, including New York, but recreational use has become hot-button issue nationally...

As the Trump Administration Aims for Transgender Erasure, Pace Students and Westchester County are Standing for LGBTQ Rights

As the Trump Administration Aims for Transgender Erasure, Pace Students and Westchester County are Standing for LGBTQ Rights

Kwadar Ray, Managing Editor

October 24, 2018


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The chasm between local and national politics was evident more than ever this past week when the news of the Trump Administration contemplating rolling back provisions that protects the trans community came just days after Westchester County Executive George Latimer, accompanied by members of the...

Civic Engagement through Elephant Advocacy

Civic Engagement through Elephant Advocacy

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

October 21, 2018


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This coming February, when the Hanneford Circus comes to the Westchester County Center in White Plains, a staple act will be missing from their roster. Because of the Elephant Protection Act, which goes into effect January 2019, elephants are no longer allowed to be used in entertainment acts like circuses. This...

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