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Senior Goodbye: Alex Coma

Senior Goodbye: Alex Coma

Alexander Coma, Senator
May 3, 2017 • 315 views
Filed under Opinion, Senior Reflections, Showcase

It is with much tribulation that I leave this campus. As my final days here are upon me, I can’t help but look back upon my time here and think of the many faces I have met over the years. Friends, relationships, moments of sadness, and joy all come to mind as I write this even now. I am looking...

Senior Goodbye: Janine Jones

Senior Goodbye: Janine Jones

Janine Jones, Copy Editor
May 2, 2017 • 468 views
Filed under Opinion, Senior Reflections, Showcase

I’m not typically a sentimental type of person, so forgive me in advance if this isn’t the cry your eyes out goodbye you were looking for. I came to Pace four years ago with little to no expectations about how things would turn out for me. I didn’t expect to be less than three weeks away from ...

Senior Goodbye: Jenna Febbo

Senior Goodbye: Jenna Febbo

Jenna Febbo, Health & Beauty Editor
May 2, 2017 • 282 views
Filed under Opinion, Senior Reflections, Showcase

Well, that went by quickly, didn’t it? Without being too cliché, the past four years have been quite the rollercoaster ride. Ups and downs, laughter and nervous breakdowns, inspiration and triumph, and everything in-between, the time has come to step into the adult world and I am most certainly...

Senior Goodbye: Joe Tucci

Senior Goodbye: Joe Tucci

Joseph Tucci, Managing Editor
May 2, 2017 • 742 views
Filed under Opinion, Senior Reflections, Showcase

Where the hell do I even begin. The journey through the past four years that has transformed me from a quiet kid addicted to video games who never left his room into the lovable lunatic you know today has unquestionably been the best time in my life. As much as I bitch about some of the bullshit...

Senior Reflection: Nihal Al Qawasmi

Senior Reflection: Nihal Al Qawasmi

Nihal Al Qawasmi, Opinion Editor
May 2, 2017 • 205 views
Filed under Opinion, Senior Reflections, Showcase

This is probably the hardest introduction I’ve ever had to write. And I know this because I’ve been staring at an empty page for a few days – trying to figure out how on earth I am expected to fit four eventful, stressful and incredible years at Pace into one teeny tiny piece? I guess we’re...

A Senior Goodbye from the Copy Editor

A Senior Goodbye from the Copy Editor

James Miranda, Copy Editor
May 2, 2017 • 540 views
Filed under Opinion, Senior Reflections, Showcase

Saying goodbye to my first newspaper experience is neither hard nor bittersweet. But it is weird to have to write about myself considering I spent all four years writing about others. My favorite things to write at the Pace Chronicle were profiles because I love sharing people’s stories. So, it only ...

A Senior Goodbye by Ceci Levine, Managing Editor

A Senior Goodbye by Ceci Levine, Managing Editor

Cecilia Levine, Managing Editor
May 7, 2014 • 1,145 views
Filed under Feature, Senior Reflections

I was told that it’s Pace Chronicle tradition for seniors to write an editorial about their experience at Pace, and that’s weird to me, considering I’ve spent all of this time writing about others. I’m not quite sure where to start, or how to make this a creative or an interesting read. So I’l...

Senior Reflection of Derek Kademian, Entertainment Editor

Senior Reflection of Derek Kademian, Entertainment Editor

Derek Kademian, Arts & Entertainment Editor
May 7, 2014 • 1,151 views
Filed under Feature, Senior Reflections

My freshman year, I wore black t-shirts with the names of obscure punk bands on them that no one at Pleasantville would ever know. Needless to say, I thought I was the coolest, most original person at Pace—turns out I was pretty far from the truth. I went all of my classes, getting accustomed to my...

Senior Reflection of Andrew Linthwaite

Senior Reflection of Andrew Linthwaite

Andrew Linthwaite, Web Editor
May 7, 2014 • 1,000 views
Filed under Feature, Senior Reflections

I find it difficult to recapture the thrilling essence of my college career without succumbing to a meaningless discharge of empty rhetoric or clichés. The value of each and every experience here is not something that transitions well into a narrative much alike the one you’re reading. From what I’ve...