THE PACE CHRONICLE

How big reality TV shows like American Idol and The Voice alter society’s perception

The Voice judges to not look at the contestants while they perform. This image was taken in July 2016.

Kaitlyn Talenti, Guest Writer

December 1, 2019

What it takes to be a “star” in the modern music world From tabloids and talk shows, all the way to television, we constantly dwell on this underlining factor of stardom and what it really takes. What does it really boil down to? Is it the way you dress? Are you a certain age? Do you fall wit...

Starbucks on campus not open during finals week

The campus Starbucks is located in Alummi Hall and is typically open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

November 30, 2019

It is no secret one of the hottest spots on campus before class times is the Alumni Hall kiosk Starbucks. During common hour and prior to popular class times, it is not unusual for the line to come out to the Alumni Hall lobby.  The last few weeks of a college students semester is filled with projects,...

How the Class Registration Process Could be Improved for Students

Schedule explorer, one of the two ways that Pace students can look for classes to register for

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor

November 30, 2019

Whether you are a freshmen who registered for the first time or a seasoned senior trying to squeeze in your last few credits to graduate, it is no secret that the class registration period is one of the most stressful times of the entire semester. And this semester was no different. This semester,...

The Rewards of Being a Journalism Major

Even though it may not guarantee steady employment directly after graduation, journalism can be one of the most rewarding majors for college students.

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor

November 30, 2019

The department of Media, Communications and Visual Arts at Pace University’s Pleasantville campus offers four majors for undergraduate students: communications, digital cinema and filmmaking, digital journalism and public relations. Digital journalism is one of the least popular majors offered by...

Experience at the National Model United Nations Conference

Students from Pace's Pleasantville campus at the Fall 2019 National Model U.N. Conference in Washington, DC.

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor

November 16, 2019

From November 8 through the 10, just over twenty students from Pace’s Pleasantville campus joined over 900 other people from across the country and around the world, at the Fall 2019 National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference in Washington, DC. The conference is run almost exactly like how...

Pace’s dirt pathways make for peaceful campus walks

The  beginning of the unpaved wooded path that leads up behind the library and Parking Lot T.

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor

November 2, 2019

“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, and I took the one less traveled.” This quote, from one of Robert Frost’s most famous poems, could be applicable to one of Pace’s walking paths. The yellow wood is the walkway directly across from Elm Hall’s mail room that goes up behind the library....

Despite Negative Press, Audiences Acclaim “Joker”

Todd Phillip's new film,

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor

October 26, 2019

The latest film by comedy writer and director Todd Phillips is definitely a far stretch from his previous material. "Joker," which won the Golden Lion at the Venice International Film Festival over the summer, tells the story of the mentally unstable Arthur Fleck, who is abused and kicked around by...

Institute for Sustainability and the Environment’s Debut Event Informs Student on the Issue of Poaching

Poster for the

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor

October 19, 2019

When thinking about the biggest environmental issues facing the globe today, what’s usually the first thing that comes to mind? Some people might say it’s the polar ice caps melting and the global temperature rising at an unparalleled rate. Others might say it’s the enormous deforestation that...

Breakfast Buffet Lasts Until 2 p.m. on the Weekends

Some of what's offered at Kessel's breakfast buffet. This buffet lasts until 11 during the week, but until 2 p.m. on the weekends

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor

October 19, 2019

It’s 12 noon on a Wednesday at Pace University’s Pleasantville campus, and tons of students are entering and leaving Kessel cafeteria. Some jet off immediately after getting lunch to return to their dorms or the library, while others stay to converse and joke around with their friends or teammates. Students...

Community College Credits at Pace

Westchester Community College President Belinda Miles communicates with Pace President Marvin Krislov at the signing of the transfer credit agreement.

Katie Walsh, Managing 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...

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