THE PACE CHRONICLE

Are Pace and Pleasantville Connected?

Are Pace and Pleasantville Connected?

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

September 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

When any university or college comes to mind, the town they are located in follows. For The University of Alabama, it’s Tuscaloosa, for Duke University, it’s Durham, and for Pace, its Pleasantville. Every college has a town but not every one of these towns is a college town. The relationship between...

Dear Pace: Please Stop Making Us Buy Books We Won’t Use

Dear Pace: Please Stop Making Us Buy Books We Won’t Use

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

September 16, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Textbooks are one of the most controversial topics that college students discuss. The main question asked in that debate is this: Should I buy the textbook or not? Most classes that students register for usually require some sort of reading material. Then you have classes that can require more than...

Yes, College Athletes Should Be Paid

Yes, College Athletes Should Be Paid

Justis Nieves, Sports Writer

September 16, 2018


Filed under Opinion

When you are working a job, you expect to be compensated for what you do for your employer. You expect to be shown some type of gratitude other than “You did a good job” or “Thanks for working 50 hours this week.” How many of us would honestly work a job for free? I know I wouldn’t. I would ne...

Two Campuses, One University: Which Would You Choose?

Two Campuses, One University: Which Would You Choose?

Alexandra Bellusci, Contributing Writer

September 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion

When one steps off the subway on Fulton Street in New York City, they are greeted with the fast paced movements of students rushing to class, famished and looking for a place to eat, or tiredly heading back to Maria’s Tower. 36 miles away, in Mount Pleasant, a campus lies quietly in the small village...

The NY Primary’s Lasting Impact on Local and National Politics

The NY Primary’s Lasting Impact on Local and National Politics

Victor Diaz, Political Writer

September 15, 2018


Filed under Elections, Op-ed, Opinion

The day has gone by so very quick, and not just because it was a school day, but of the significance of the day, Sept. 13. The day has, ironically, two meanings for me. It’s both my brother’s birthday and the day the Democratic Party took a tactical shift to the left. This day was one that will affect...

What Pace Students Must Know this Primary Season

What Pace Students Must Know this Primary Season

Victor Diaz, Political Writer

September 8, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Well, it’s that time again. Yes, it’s getting cold and winter is coming soon, but the freezing temperatures and fall breeze also bring in the one thing that gets people talking, and that is election season. Now, it isn’t the national election this time around, but the highly touted midterm elections....

Moving On In

Moving On In

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

September 8, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Move-in day is always a bittersweet moment for an individual who chooses to live on campus, whether it be for a parent or the student them self. It is the point in time where a student’s dependency on their home life becomes limited and a parent’s trust in their child is at an absolute high. In...

Get Involved!

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

August 27, 2018


Filed under Opinion

College is a huge level up from high school, and most of the stories told about college are true. Yes, it is harder; yes, the workload can be overwhelming; yes, there is a lot of freedom; and yes, it can be the best for years of your life. However, in order to enjoy college to its fullest, campus involvement...

Parking on Campus: New Year, Same Rule

Parking on Campus: New Year, Same Rule

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

August 27, 2018


Filed under Opinion

As the school year approaches and more new faces arrive on campus the question consistently asked by them is, can freshmen have their cars on campus? The answer still remains no, they cannot. This is a huge deal to freshman because as high school graduates, a good amount of them drove to school in...

The Best Off-Campus Eateries

The Best Off-Campus Eateries

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

August 27, 2018


Filed under Opinion

With the Fall semester beginning, and home cooked meals being replaced by late study nights in the library, there are still ways to get a good meal off campus. The Village of Pleasantville is a mere five-minute drive from campus and has many options for students who need a break from the Kessel Student...

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