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Students Are Exhausted And In Need of A Spring Break

Students Are Exhausted And In Need of A Spring Break

Amber Brouwer April 16, 2021

As Pace University planned for the 2020-2021 school-year, some decisions were made. We started the Fall semester several weeks earlier to end the semester the first week of December. The Spring semester...

International students face hardships during COVID-19

International students face hardships during COVID-19

Amber Brouwer January 31, 2021

About a year ago I got the letter in the mail. The letter told me that I was accepted to Pace University. As a girl from this tiny country in Europe I couldn’t believe it. I got all my forms ready and...

Last year COVID-19 forced students to evacuate campus prior to the bloom of Spring.

Sophomores’ look to experience the beauty of Spring

We've been here before, but we left early. Now that we're back, things are still new to us.
Emily Teixeira January 30, 2021

An interesting thought occurred to me over the break: this is my sophomore year. Usually, this would mean that this is my second spring semester. Usually, this would mean that I am familiar with the springtime...

Letter from the Editor: Fall 2020

Letter from the Editor: Fall 2020

Sequoia Cumming, Editor In Chief December 7, 2020

Hello to all members of the Pace Community, As this unusual semester comes to a close, The Pace Chronicle wants to thank every one of our contributors, staff members, subscribers, and supporters for...

DJ Henry’s 10th anniversary from the perspective of a Black freshman at Pace

Krissy Scott, Contributing Writer October 18, 2020

I remember the night I learned of DJ Henry’s death.  My high school career had officially ended, and I looked to the future with nothing but restlessness and expectation. I was anticipating an experience...

2020 Orientation Leaders after their final Orientation.

Zooming Through Orientation 2020

Jj Perdido, Contributing Writer September 8, 2020

This year has been all but normal and the same goes for this past summer’s Orientation. For both Orientation Leaders and incoming students, many things had to change for both welcoming and being welcomed...

Keys to staying productive during virtual learning

Keys to staying productive during virtual learning

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor March 29, 2020

Remote learning, along with the stay-at-home order, is changing the way students learn, study and complete their school work. Distractions are easily attained and motivation may have spiraled downwards....

Sometimes I get pulled off the front end to help stock shelves.

Working at Target during COVID-19: No, we don’t have toilet paper

Sequoia Cumming, Editor In Chief March 26, 2020

As I enter the parking lot before my morning shifts, I can already see the crowd gathering 10 minutes before my Target location even opens... and I already know that my day is going to be chaotic. New...

Many students across the U.S. who have travelled during spring break are now stranded in another country due to the Coronavirus pandemic

What it’s like to be stuck in a foreign country during the Coronavirus pandemic

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor March 25, 2020

Whether students choose to travel to the sun-kissed coasts of southern Florida or the Caribbean, go back to their hometown to visit family and friends or just stay on campus to work, spring break gives...

For now, the PLV campus will remain primarily quiet as students and non-essential faculty will be working from home.

Patience for all during this transition time

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor March 22, 2020

The past few weeks have been a whirlwind of a mid-wark of the semester. From the uncertainty of the impact COVID-19 would have on spring break, to the movement of remote learning prior to break, and extended...

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