THE PACE CHRONICLE

Community College Credits at Pace

Community College Credits at Pace

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

October 12, 2019

It is not uncommon for students to enter their freshman year of college with credits from dual enrollment, Advanced Placement (AP) exams or a summer course. It is also not uncommon for students to continue taking a class or two during breaks like winter intersession or summer. Many students take s...

Advice from One International Student to Another

Advice from One International Student to Another

Akanksha Kashyap

October 5, 2019

Globalization is not restricted to companies moving abroad or investing in other countries. The 'Open Doors' study on international students states that the US economy has a $42.7 million contribution from international students. The numbers have been increasing rapidly every year. 2018 hit the skies,...

Lack of College Discounts for Pace Students on Metro-North Tickets

Lack of College Discounts for Pace Students on Metro-North Tickets

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

September 27, 2019

The Metro-North currently offers several discounted tickets for their passengers, including seniors, children, handicapped passengers, veterans and active military personnel, and for families traveling with up to four children other the age of 11. In addition to these discounts, as of July 2013, the...

Advice for Students Considering Studying Abroad

Advice for Students Considering Studying Abroad

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

September 27, 2019

The stunning tranquility and resilience of ancient Rome, the still overwhelming power of the Catholic church, and centuries-old walls surrounding entire towns and cities, making them appear totally detached from the modern world. I experienced these things and countless others, all within five days of...

Avoiding the ‘Freshman 15’: Snacks that Love You Back

Avoiding the ‘Freshman 15’: Snacks that Love You Back

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

September 21, 2019

         It's only week 3 of the fall semester and students are already sick of eating the same things from Kessel, but they want to avoid spending their entire September budget on going out to eat or ordering take-out. Fortunately, Pace allows micro-fridges in dorm spaces, and there's also the op...

The American Student Debt Epidemic

The American Student Debt Epidemic

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

September 21, 2019

According to a recent report, back in 1971, the average yearly tuition at a private nonprofit university in the United States cost just over $2800. $2800 back in 1971, adjusted for inflation, is equivalent to approximately $18,100 in 2019. Pace students, can you imagine if tuition here only cost you...

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...

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