THE PACE CHRONICLE

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


Filed under Feature, Showcase

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


Filed under Feature, Showcase

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


Filed under Feature, Showcase

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...

The Stigma You Carry: What You Don’t Know About the Transfer Experience

The Stigma You Carry: What You Don’t Know About the Transfer Experience

Brittany Pisoni, Contributing Writer

December 2, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

She was Aragon High School's valedictorian, president of the student body, captain of the cheerleading squad, president of the robotics team, and beloved by all. She could do anything and everything and she knew it. She only associated herself with those who could talk her speed, rolling her eyes t...

Field Hockey Looking to Continue its Historic Run at the NCAA Tournament

Field Hockey Looking to Continue its Historic Run at the NCAA Tournament

Justis Nieves, Contributing Writer

November 29, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Though the team fell to Assumption College two weeks ago, Field Hockey's season is far from over. The team earned a berth into the NCAA Division II Field Hockey Championship Tournament as the third seed last week, and kicked off the tournament with a dominating 6-1 victory over No. 6 Saint Anselm on...

A Blast from the Past: Pace Athletics’ All-Time Greats and Record-Holders

A Blast from the Past: Pace Athletics’ All-Time Greats and Record-Holders

Kwadar Ray, Managing Editor

November 26, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Thus far this semester, seven Pace athletic teams have taken the field, court, track or pool, all with hopes of winning their game or meet.  With players all dedicated to the common goal of a victory, there is no room for individuality of selfishness, as no single athlete can place a W in the win...

An Ode to North Hall: The Red-Headed Step Child of Pace’s Residence Halls

An Ode to North Hall: The Red-Headed Step Child of Pace’s Residence Halls

Kwadar Ray, Managing Editor

November 16, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Since fall 2016, it has become an annual tradition for a sizable number of second-year students to transition from Alumni Hall to North Hall. As a friend of mine described it our sophomore year, “It's like getting a cheeseburger with everything on it, but then going to a place where all you get is...

Pace Field Hockey faces Déjà vu in Another Playoff Loss to Assumption, but their Season May not be Over Yet

Pace Field Hockey faces Déjà vu in Another Playoff Loss to Assumption, but their Season May not be Over Yet

Sequoia Cumming, Contributing Writer

November 15, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Pace Field Hockey faced the end of its 14-game winning streak after the team was defeated by Assumption College during the Tuesday night NE-10 Quarterfinals. The top-seeded Setters let in a single goal in the second half of the contest for the final 1-0 outcome which dropped the team to 17-2.  This h...

Death of A Superhero: Pace Mourns Stan Lee’s Passing

Death of A Superhero: Pace Mourns Stan Lee’s Passing

Infiniti Styles Bowie, Feature Writer

November 14, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

A superhero hung up his cape for the last time. Stan Lee, the man who created the original superhuman race, died on Monday morning. He was 95. Lee was born Stanley Martin Leiber on December 28, 1922, in New York City. He started his comic book career in 1939 when he was working as an office assistant...

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