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Pace’s Alternative Spring Break provides Students with top-notch Civic Engagement opportunity

Pace’s Alternative Spring Break provides Students with top-notch Civic Engagement opportunity

Jessica Iannace, Contributing Writer

February 17, 2019


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Spring break for college students is often seen as a time to relax, be with friends, and if the weather's right, head to the beach. For some Pace students this spring, however, they will be spending their time rebuilding homes for Hurricane Sandy survivors with the Center for Community Action and Resear...

Mental Health Management and On Campus Resources

Mental Health Management and On Campus Resources

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

February 15, 2019


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According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 80% of college students feel overwhelmed by their responsibilities, but 40% do not seek help. Today, a vast majority of college students are millennials, which is arguably the generation under the most stress. Pace offers free counseling session...

Moved In, Forced Out: Pace’s Housing Dilemma

Moved In, Forced Out: Pace’s Housing Dilemma

Alexis Nieman, Contributing Writer

February 15, 2019


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Several students living in North Hall have to adjust to living in new rooms and new roommates at the start of this Spring semester--whether they want to or not. Students who missed the deadline to apply for housing for the 2019 school year were placed on a waitlist and placed into different rooms on...

Democratic Presidential Candidates on College Loans and Tuition

Democratic Presidential Candidates on College Loans and Tuition

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

February 2, 2019


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Even though the 2020 presidential election is still well over a year away, candidates for the Democratic nomination have been announcing their campaigns since July 2017. The primary elections officially start in February 2020, but candidates are already working on appealing to various demographics, including...

New RD Kendall Rousseau and her Infectious Smile looks to Make an Impact at Pace

New RD Kendall Rousseau and her Infectious Smile looks to Make an Impact at Pace

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

February 2, 2019


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Residence Director Kendall Rousseau’s bubbly personality is bright enough to melt the icy, frigid temperatures of the polar vortex. Her infectious smile and positive energy will likely be one students look forward to seeing after a gloomy day. Rousseau, who works in Elm Hall, is one of two new residence dir...

New Faculty-Led Study Abroad Trip Open to All Students, Freshmen Alike

New Faculty-Led Study Abroad Trip Open to All Students, Freshmen Alike

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

January 31, 2019


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A new faculty-led study abroad course is set to launch in the 2020 academic year. Math 102, or Mathematics for Life, taught by Professor Daniel Buffone, will not only study practical math methods but travel to Greece to apply them. This is an entry-level math course that can be taken after Math 100...

Education Without an Age Limit: Older Students Returning to College

Education Without an Age Limit: Older Students Returning to College

Sofia Torio, Contributing Writer

December 8, 2018


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Obtaining a college education and a degree is an accomplishment that many students value. Whether the individual is expected to go to college or made the independent decision to enroll, every Pace student has a reason to be where they are. For many students, the time to go to college was straight afte...

Allison Phillips: Pace’s World-Class Figure Skater

Allison Phillips: Pace’s World-Class Figure Skater

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

December 8, 2018


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Most students at Pace look forward to the weekend as a much-needed break from their usual commitments. But for Allison Phillips, the weekend serves as a shift from school responsibilities to extracurricular tasks.  ​Phillips is a sophomore digital cinema and filmmaking major, as well as a member of the ...

From D-II to the Pros: The Chances of a Pace Player Making it to the NFL

From D-II to the Pros: The Chances of a Pace Player Making it to the NFL

Sequoia Cumming, Contributing Writer

December 8, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Following a 7-3 record, the most wins in the program's Division II history, exposure for the Pace football team is now more prevalent than ever before. With that exposure comes great opportunities for some of the Setters' top players looking to continue their football careers.  Pace football play...

Dr. Durahn Taylor Launches New Superhero Class

Dr. Durahn Taylor Launches New Superhero Class

Jake Maddia, Arts & Entertainment Writer

December 2, 2018


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Superhero fans in the Pace community are in luck for the spring semester when Dr. Durahn Taylor officially begins his new history course, Supermen and Superwomen: U.S. History Through Popular Fantasy (HIS 224). Taylor is passionate about understanding how comic books and pop culture reflects the anxieties...

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