THE PACE CHRONICLE

Note from the Editors: Article Retraction

Note from the Editors: Article Retraction

Christina Bubba & Sequoia Cumming

September 15, 2019

Recently, the Pace Chronicle editorial staff reviewed and decided to take down an article that was published May 17, 2019. The article, Consensual Seduction or Cruel Intentions? An Investigation into a Sexual Assault Allegation on Pace’s Campus told a true story of sexual assault and brought a very i...

The Steady Progress of Pace Delivers

The Steady Progress of Pace Delivers

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

September 14, 2019

When I came to this campus in 2017, the student-run business, Pace Delivers, was one of the businesses struggling the most. They had cancelled their lunchtime runs due to lack of student interest, they were doing business with only two to three restaurants, and food was often delivered to students over...

Convocation: 2016 vs 2019

Convocation: 2016 vs 2019

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

September 7, 2019

It was the day before the official start of the Fall 2016 semester at Pace’s New York City campus, and the RAs knocked on the doors of brand new freshmen as a reminder for them to prepare for the first time the entire class would meet together at the same event—and the last time until their commencement...

Pace Needs to Increase Amount of Outdoor Outlets

Pace Needs to Increase Amount of Outdoor Outlets

Katherine Walsh

May 4, 2019

With finals season upon us, students are sticking to their laptops and their textbooks to prepare for the year’s last assignments and exams. Although, the outdoor spaces and workplaces Pace offers are getting their use and many students can be seen taking their work outdoors, their time is limited...

Fresh Pastries: A Look at the New Additions to Kessel

Fresh Pastries: A Look at the New Additions to Kessel

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

April 15, 2019

The Kessel Student Center has been through many changes, food stations, and cooks. They have continued to build on those changes and have added even more additions to the supply of food they serve students. Those new additions include a newly renovated pastry section, a sushi bowl, and a new design...

College Admissions Scandal: Legacy Admissions Don’t Matter Until they Do

College Admissions Scandal: Legacy Admissions Don’t Matter Until they Do

Sequoia Cumming, Managing Editor

April 13, 2019

Recent allegations of Hollywood personalities' involvement in potentially the largest college admissions scandal in the nation's history has brought the inner clockwork of college admissions to light. While the scandal is centralized around larger Ivy League institutions, that does not soften the worry...

Show Me The Money: Pace Should Refund Graduating Students with Leftover Meal Plan Cash

Show Me The Money: Pace Should Refund Graduating Students with Leftover Meal Plan Cash

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

April 13, 2019

The end of the school year at Pace reveals two types of students: those who have swipe money, and those who do not. The ones who do are usually the students who have had enough of Kessel and refuse to eat there anymore. The ones who don’t are left to plan their meals accordingly, or dish out the do...

No Car No Problem: The Solution For A Student With No Wheels

No Car No Problem: The Solution For A Student With No Wheels

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

April 6, 2019

Students struggle with a lot of day-to-day actions but one of the most important of them all is transportation. Even though most campuses, if not all, supply a shuttle bus service, there is always a schedule that accompanies it. This means students have to plan their errands, outings, and movement around...

New Townhouse Selection and Housing Point System: Fair or Unfair?

New Townhouse Selection and Housing Point System: Fair or Unfair?

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

March 30, 2019

Housing is one of the most important aspects for a student’s college experience. It is so essential to how students prepare, socialize, and enjoy their school. With that in mind, it makes sense why students want to be able to pick and choose what dorm they stay in. This is why the housing selection...

Pecker and Pace: What are the Next Steps?

Kwadar Ray, Managing Editor

March 26, 2019

Three weeks ago, I penned an opinion piece in The Chronicle calling for Pace to cut ties with David J. Pecker, one of the school’s wealthiest donors, but most notorious alumnus. Pecker, the owner of the National Enquirer, is a tabloid tycoon and has become infamous for unethical practices. Among the mo...

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