THE PACE CHRONICLE

Day Care On Campus

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

November 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Enrollment in college comes at no age limit. You can enroll whenever you feel financially and mentally fit. With that, you have the students who come into college either right after high school or a couple of years after high school. Then you have students who have already decided to start their lives...

Bring Back Kessel After Dark

Bring Back Kessel After Dark

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

November 10, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

For years, Kessel After Dark has been a place where students went to grab a late night snack after Kessel itself was closed for the day. It would set up shop where The Meltdown, the grilled cheese station, is usually during the day. There they served fried oreos, quesadillas, mozzarella sticks, and other...

The Struggle of the Working College Student: Is It Worth It?

The Struggle of the Working College Student: Is It Worth It?

Abby Stucker, Feature Writer

November 8, 2017


Filed under Opinion

There is a whole host of reasons why Pace students or any other student would want to take on a job while in studying in college. Some of the most common reasons include paying tuition, having additional income for day to day expenses, gaining work experience, and wanting to build up their resumes. Many...

Addressing Pace Community’s Lack of Support for Women’s Field Hockey

Addressing Pace Community’s Lack of Support for Women’s Field Hockey

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

November 4, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Envision this scenario: The Football team has an 80 percent winning percentage and has just hosted a home playoff game. Could you picture how excited the campus would be for that, considering how ecstatic the campus was when the team began its season 3-2? However, the football team did not achieve...

TVs in North Hall Lounges

TVs in North Hall Lounges

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

November 3, 2017


Filed under Opinion

The presence of Elm and Alumni Hall have altered the housing options for all students. Freshmen can’t wait to dorm in Alumni Hall and upperclassmen either want to reside in the Townhouses or Elm Hall. The other buildings, Martin Hall and North Hall, went from being the only residence halls on the Pleasantville...

Pace Mart and Dawg Dollars

Pace Mart and Dawg Dollars

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

October 27, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

We all know our meal plan is probably the number one thing we need to survive in college. No meal plan means no food and that could put any student in a tough situation. Along with the regular meal plan money there is flex dollars or dawg dollars that are given to us. Depending on what meal plan you...

Printers in Dorms

Printers in Dorms

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

October 21, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Printers are a basic necessity of college life. Every college student, at some point, will need to use a printer. For those who don’t plan to put a printer in their budget, Pace has supplied us with printers so that we may use it as needed, with a small fee of course. Almost all of the printers at...

Laundry Day

Laundry Day

Josiah Darnell, Opinion editor

October 12, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Laundry day is that dreadful day out of the week when you have absolutely no clothes to wear and you need to get them wash so you won’t look like a bum in public. So you get all your clothes together, you throw them in the hamper grab your detergent and head for the laundry room. You’re all set and...

Is the Library a Good Source for Student Success?

Abby Stucker, Feature Writer

October 7, 2017


Filed under Opinion

This week’s question probes the idea whether or not the library is a good source for student success. The Pace library states on the university’s website that it “provides an impressive array of material and digital resources in support of classroom teaching, collaborative and interactive learning,...

No Columbus Day Off!

No Columbus Day Off!

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

October 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Anytime we can get an excuse off from school, classes, or any type of work school related, we’ll take it. That includes cancelled classes, school being shut down, but most importantly holidays. Every student looks forward to Holidays, no matter which one it is, just because we feel it should be an...

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