THE PACE CHRONICLE

Letter to the Editor

Dr. Rhonda Maneval, Executive Associate Dean for Academic Nursing & Professor

February 17, 2019


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Dear Editor,   The School of Nursing would like to clarify certain inaccuracies that appeared in both the Print and On-Line versions of The Chronicle article Nursing Student’s Failing Grades Accidentally Exposed by Professor. (Volume IX, Issue 9).    In an effort to cooperate and provide a full...

Letter to the Editor: Real Scoop on Hoop House

Tracy Basile

March 28, 2017


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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 ...

A Letter to the Editor: September 7, 2016

Vanessa J. Herman

September 13, 2016


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News: Pace University is discouraging its professors from engaging in political conversations within their classrooms during the upcoming elections. Assistant Vice President of Government and Community Relations at Pace, Vanessa J. Herman sent an email to the deans and department chairs on July...

CORRECTIONS for October 15

November 2, 2015


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  NEWS In our October 15 issue, the article titled “Attorney for DJ Henry’s Family Speaks Out” read that Lieutenant Brian Fanelli and Officer Aaron Hess both had to fire at Danroy Henry Jr.’s car out of fear for their lives. Fanelli was not present the night of the shooting. The author...

A Letter From the Editor: Living Up to a Legacy

A Letter From the Editor: Living Up to a Legacy

EMILY WOLFRUM, Editor-in-Chief

October 30, 2014


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As a third year student, I never had the opportunity to go to school with DJ Henry, but his story was made known to me within my first week at Pace. Entering the Pace Chronicle office as a freshman, a single issue hung on the back wall. It featured a man wearing a football jersey with the number 1...

In Response to ‘Let’s Talk About John Wrench for President’

Michael Oleaga, Alumnus

April 9, 2014


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As the first editor-in-chief of The Pace Chronicle, I learned plenty about objectivity in news articles but something seemed out of place during the latest Student Government Association (SGA) Election Special. For the upcoming SGA executive board, the Pace community has the option of electing one of...

In Response to ‘Drug Test Failures Reveal More’

In Response to ‘Drug Test Failures Reveal More’

Kevin Czerwinski

April 9, 2014


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When I first took over as the faculty advisor for The Pace Chronicle I knew that the newspaper had problems. There hadn’t been any real news in the paper for years and the stories that were appearing were poorly written fluff. If you have picked up an issue of The Chronicle during the last six ...

In Response to ‘Drug Test Failures Reveal More’

In Response to ‘Drug Test Failures Reveal More’

Mark Brown, Director of Athletics

April 9, 2014


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In response to a recent report in The Pace Chronicle pertaining to drug usage on campus, I’d like to take this opportunity to clarify our department position on this topic. As an NCAA Division II member, Pace University student-athletes are subjected to year round drug testing. To supplement the...

A Letter From The Editor – Cecilia Levine

A Letter From The Editor – Cecilia Levine

Cecilia Levine, Managing Editor

April 3, 2014


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Often times I find that my job and my personal life are intricately intertwined. As I maintain a position of authority as the managing editor at The Pace Chronicle, I am confronted with decisions and trusted with secrets that other students may never encounter. I know too much and have the power to pub...

Dr. Terence Hines

October 16, 2013


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    In reference to the article  “Artificial Sweetners May Pack Sweet and Sour Punch” from our Oct. 9 issue     In her column “Artificial sweeteners May Pack a Sweet and Sour Punch” Health Editor Katie Szilagyi makes several statements about artificial sweeteners that are not only sim...

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