THE PACE CHRONICLE

Krislov marks success and looks to one strong future for Pace

Krislov marks success and looks to one strong future for Pace

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

February 3, 2020

President Marvin Krislov addressed students, staff and faculty amongst the three different campuses in his second annual state of the university address on Feb. 3rd. During his first address, a year ago, he emphasized the importance of improving finances, academic programs and working on student success...

Former Pace Chief Marketing Officer Accused of Sexual Harassment

Former Pace Chief Marketing Officer Accused of Sexual Harassment

Sequoia Cumming, Managing Editor

February 3, 2020

Only a few days into the new year, both the New York Post and the New York Daily News reported on allegations of sexual harassment against former Pace University Chief Marketing Officer, Frederica Wald. According to the Daily News, former Director of Pace's Media Department Scott Trent is "suing ...

Shelving health with FarmShelf

Shelving health with FarmShelf

Miaira Raiford

February 2, 2020

Similar to Pace University, Kessel’s goal is to remain on the cutting-edge of advancements and make sure that the student body thrives. In wanting to give back to what the Setters have granted to them, the dining center has recently provided a FarmShelf to store and grow fresher ingredients so that...

A look at the recent Coronavirus outbreak

Emily Teixeira

February 2, 2020

As of February 1, 2020, there have been 14,559 confirmed cases of 2019-nCoV, a newly identified strain of coronavirus previously not seen in humans. The outbreak of the virus, which causes respiratory illness, began on December 31, 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China and has since spread to twenty-seven...

Pace Psychology Club receives SGA’s Philanthropy Fund to help host Suicide Awareness Walk

Pace Psychology Club receives SGA’s Philanthropy Fund to help host Suicide Awareness Walk

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

February 2, 2020

Since losing his friend in high, Pace junior, Thomas Rello, had a deep personal connection to suicide. This connection is what motivated him and the Pace Psychology Club, which he helped form his freshman year, to work with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. “[My connection to suicide]...

Start of spring semester: popular courses this term

Start of spring semester: popular courses this term

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

February 1, 2020

Each semester comes with various new and interesting classes that students are eager to take. Departments such as the College of Health Professions, Criminal Justice, Health Science, Media and Communication Arts and more have classes that quickly fill up each semester with excited students.  The...

Experience of a lifetime in ten days: Faculty-Led Abroad in Costa Rica

Experience of a lifetime in ten days: Faculty-Led Abroad in Costa Rica

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

February 1, 2020

Gaining the experience of going on a study abroad trip without having to actually leave the country for several months, is one of the major appeals of Pace’s faculty-led study abroad program. The program, which takes students to places like India, China, France, Finland, England, Ireland, Spain and one...

Vendor changes for Chartwells campus dining

Vendor changes for Chartwells campus dining

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

January 31, 2020

Once a new semester begins and the dining on campus reopens, students are eager to see the changes that were enabled on campus over the winter break. The Kessel cafeteria officially reopened for the spring 2020 semester on Sunday, January 26.   Senior Director of Dining, Alfred Casella, alluded the changes m...

A look into Pace’s Combined Degree Program

A look into Pace’s Combined Degree Program

Emily Teixeira  

December 15, 2019

A great appeal of Pace to its future and current students is the option to pursue a combined degree program. Students who wish to earn a more advanced degree after earning their bachelor’s, whether it be to boost their resume, refine their skills, or increase their job options, can save time and money...

Dominican Student Association is formed on campus

Dominican Student Association is formed on campus

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

December 13, 2019

Towards the end of the spring 2019 semester, mathematics professor and faculty advisor Emilio Fernandez, approached Pace senior Adonis Milano to ask him if he was interested in starting a new club on campus. “[Professor Fernandez] was approached by some of the Dominican students that he had in...

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