THE PACE CHRONICLE

No More Snow Days: New Policy For Weather Emergencies

No More Snow Days: New Policy For Weather Emergencies

Anna Giacalone, Contributing Writer

February 24, 2019


Filed under Opinion

While classes have only been in session for a few weeks, Pace has already been forced to close twice due to impending snowstorms. For many students, these snow days are a dream come true; they’re typically days to sleep in and not worry about classes or assignments. However, policy changes at Pace mea...

In Appreciation of Winter: The Beauty of a Snow-covered Campus

In Appreciation of Winter: The Beauty of a Snow-covered Campus

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

February 23, 2019


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As the end of February nears and the start of March sprouts, many are hoping for any sight of spring that they see coming this way. However, the beauty of winter should not be underestimated, as it bring along warmth and comfort to the Pace campus and the rest of the northeast. I, for one, love the winter because there’...

Good Gourmet Eats

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

February 21, 2019


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The Kessel Student Center is usually not the first place that pops into students’ minds when it comes to a good selection of meals. In fact, it may be the last place to pop in our minds. The only time Kessel will come up in the conversation of upscale meals is when it is gourmet meal time. I am...

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...

Why is North Hall left out of the Shuttle Loop?

Why is North Hall left out of the Shuttle Loop?

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

February 16, 2019


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North Hall has been looked down upon and considered one of the worst dorms, if not the worst, on campus. Martin Hall, even with its similar structure, is not considered nearly as bad, particularly due to the presence of Pace Perk. North Hall is also the furthest dorm on campus from other buildings. The...

Double Majoring and Minoring: Is the Extra Effort Worth it?

Double Majoring and Minoring: Is the Extra Effort Worth it?

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

February 16, 2019


Filed under Opinion

A typical question a college student hears when they interact with anyone is, “What's your major?” More often than not, after revealing one’s major, remarks follows of how difficult that field is and the unlikelihood of finding a high-paying position in it. These comments have resulted in a culture of...

Sleepless At Pace

Sleepless At Pace

Infiniti Styles Bowie, Features Writer

February 15, 2019


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It's 11:30 p.m. The moonlight shines brightly in the night sky, illuminating the black sea above. The wind whistles a tune, the tree branches rapping a light percussion on your window pane. The crickets in the distance sing you a small lullaby, their soft chirps luring you into a deep slumber. You...

The Need for Lower Meal Plan Options

The Need for Lower Meal Plan Options

Anna Giacalone, Contributing Writer

February 9, 2019


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For many students, the end of a semester can be a very stressful time. There are finals to study for, final essays to finish writing, and, for some students, the threat of running a meal plan dry. While there are certainly many students that will find that last fear far too relatable, there are also plenty of students...

It’s Your Grades and You Need Them Now!

It’s Your Grades and You Need Them Now!

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

February 7, 2019


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Before the semester can officially end and become a thing of the past, grades have to be released and available for students. Otherwise they will still reminisce and be on edge on how they performed that semester. That anxious feeling can really disrupt the peace of mind because you desperately want...

Pace’s Inconvenient Move-in Day Should Be Reformed

Pace’s Inconvenient Move-in Day Should Be Reformed

Josiah Darnell, Opinion Editor

February 1, 2019


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The start of a new semester is the start of a new beginning for most, if not all, students. It is when the previous semester's classes, grades, and mistakes are put out of sight rather than out of mind. In order to do so, a new mindset has to be in the head of students and sometimes that means coming...

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