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Coachella: The Opinion Editor’s Verdict

Nihal Al Qawasmi, Opinion Editor
April 18, 2017 • 119 views
Filed under Opinion

I’m sure many of you have heard the word “Coachella” splattered across your social media platforms this past weekend. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is a massive, weekend-long music festival that takes place in Indio, California – specifically, the Colorado Desert. The festival...

Here’s Your Senior Year Exit Strategy

Nihal Al Qawasmi, Opinion Editor
April 4, 2017 • 124 views
Filed under Opinion

Well would you look at that, it’s already April. That means graduation is about 6 weeks away. No, I am not exaggerating – check your calendars, seniors. I know anxiety and stress levels are at an all-time high right now. As the end nears, we’re all asking ourselves the same questions. “What’s goi...

Letter to the Editor: Real Scoop on Hoop House

Tracy Basile
March 28, 2017 • 179 views
Filed under Letter to the Editor, Opinion

The article in the Feb. 10, 2017, issue of The Pace Chronicle entitled “Environmental Club is Growing the Future,” sadly leaves out the most important information –- acknowledgment of those who actually built the hoop house. (For anyone who may not know, the hoop house is an inexpensive 12’ x ...

Here’s What You Should Do Before You Register For Next Semester

Here’s What You Should Do Before You Register For Next Semester

Nihal Al Qawasmi, Opinion Editor
March 28, 2017 • 162 views
Filed under Opinion

Hey, Setters! Can you believe how fast time is flying? It is already advising period! Undergraduate registration for the Fall 2017 semester begins on Apr. 17, so if you haven’t reached out to your academic advisor by now – make sure you do so because appointments fill up fast. The earlier you star...

Is Residential Life Staff Friend or Foe?

Is Residential Life Staff Friend or Foe?

Abby Stucker, Featured Writer
March 27, 2017 • 861 views
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

I wanted to know what students generally thought about Residential Life on campus, specifically how they feel about the quality of work of their Resident Assistants (RA) and Resident Directors (RD) on campus. While Residential Life wasn't available to be interviewed, multiple students said they loved...

Why We Should Never Wait to Prioritize Relationships

Why We Should Never Wait to Prioritize Relationships

Michelle Ricciardi, Editor in Chief
March 21, 2017 • 628 views
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

During my senior year of high school in 2011, my best friend lost her boyfriend. He was driving around with a friend and the car crashed. This 21-year-old man went through the window and suffered traumatic brain injury while in a coma. While he did eventually wake up, he was not the same person that...

Here’s What Happens When You Mix Male Tears with Societal Standards

Nihal Al Qawasmi, Opinion Editor
March 7, 2017 • 208 views
Filed under Opinion

 “18 Annoying Features All Men Hate About Women” “Here’s How Men Feel About Makeup.” “Beauty turnoffs – Beauty mistakes Guys Hate.” I’m sure you’ve seen those headlines casually lying around your timelines and feeds on social media Whether it was retweeted by an ins...

Why You Should Start Looking for Summer Internships Now

Nihal Al Qawasmi, Opinion Editor
March 7, 2017 • 268 views
Filed under Opinion

It’s winter, but we’re in the spring semester, which obviously means you’re looking for some summer internships now, right? It might seem bizarre and confusing, but it’s the truth: College is like fashion; you always need to be one season ahead of everything and everyone. Employers are...

Use Your Outdoor Voices, I Know You Want To

Use Your Outdoor Voices, I Know You Want To

Joseph Tucci, Managing Editor
February 27, 2017 • 558 views
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

In the four years, I’ve worked as a journalist for the Chronicle I’ve talked to a lot of people who were very pissed off about a lot of the issues happening on Pace’s campus. These issues ranged from Kessel's food quality to security issues. To injustices within the athletic department, resident...

Drivers at Pace-Pleasantville Take Heed

Joshua Schwartz and Brando Brandino, Contributing Professor and Featured Writer
February 21, 2017 • 252 views
Filed under Opinion

If you idle your vehicle on campus for more than a few minutes, you are breaking the law! You’re in luck, however. As part of the efforts of GreenPace (http://www.pace.edu/sustainability/) to reduce this practice as well as educate members of the Pace community, we have created a video masterpie...

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