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Consensual Seduction or Cruel Intentions? An Investigation into a Sexual Assault Allegation on Pace’s Campus

Consensual Seduction or Cruel Intentions? An Investigation into a Sexual Assault Allegation on Pace’s Campus

Infinti Styles Bowie

May 17, 2019


Filed under Feature, Showcase

**Warning: this article contains detailed information about alleged sexual assaults and domestic violence** A sharp scream pierced through the dark room. Other than the soft click-clacking of my laptop, the room had been deathly still, plagued with un-buried secrets and a lonely trip down mem...

The Provost’s Plan for Pleasantville

The Provost’s Plan for Pleasantville

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

May 11, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

A first-year leader at Pace is looking to shake up Pleasantville to capitalize on its strengths and market opportunities. Provost Vanya Quiñones is heading into into her second year with a Pleasantville Plan that she proposed at a Faculty Council meeting this past Friday. Provost Quiñones came to...

Emilee Coladarci: Spotlight on Student Teaching

Emilee Coladarci: Spotlight on Student Teaching

Katherine Walsh

May 10, 2019


Filed under Feature, Showcase

It has been a semester filled with travel for senior Emilee Coladarci, as her alarm ticks off every morning at 6:15 a.m. and she heads off to Elmsford for her daily student teaching assignment. The childhood education major with an English concentration began student teaching in the first semester ...

Senior Traditions: Old and New  

Senior Traditions: Old and New  

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

May 10, 2019


Filed under Feature, Showcase

As seniors prepare for graduation, Pace is hosting a slew of events to ease their nerves and celebrate their accomplishments. What used to be a string of parties, such as "Townhouse (TH) Day," has since evolved into events planned by student run organizations such as Student Government Association (SGA). Since...

Pace Athletics Honors Hall of Fame Inductees at Award Ceremony

Pace Athletics Honors Hall of Fame Inductees at Award Ceremony

Sequoia Cumming, Sports Editor

April 29, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Pace Athletics held their annual Hall of Fame Dinner and Award Ceremony last Thursday evening to honor and support the alumni and coaches for all of their achievements. The evening began by recognizing the incredible work ethic that the current Setters have. 283 student-athletes made the NE-10 academic...

IGNITEing the Pace Community: Senator Harckham’s Town Hall

IGNITEing the Pace Community: Senator Harckham’s Town Hall

Callie Anderson, Contributing Writer

April 22, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

One of Pace’s newest student organizations is already engaging the Pace community in thinking about activism, women’s empowerment, and leadership. At its first big campus event, IGNITE hosted a tea and coffee town hall with New York State Senator Pete Harckham this past Thursday. The event was...

Pace Looks to Increase its Online Presence

Pace Looks to Increase its Online Presence

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

April 20, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

The evolution of technology has affected the way society lives and works in their daily lives. The internet has strongly impacted the variety of ways people choose to learn and enhance their education. As many students look for online course options and are taking their graduate degree programs comple...

College Admissions Scandal: Legacy Admissions Don’t Matter Until they Do

College Admissions Scandal: Legacy Admissions Don’t Matter Until they Do

Sequoia Cumming, Sports Editor

April 13, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Recent allegations of Hollywood personalities' involvement in potentially the largest college admissions scandal in the nation's history has brought the inner clockwork of college admissions to light. While the scandal is centralized around larger Ivy League institutions, that does not soften the worry...

SGA Election Results Delayed over Student Complaint

SGA Election Results Delayed over Student Complaint

Katie Walsh, Contributing Writer

April 13, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

Student Government Association (SGA) elections were open to student voting from April 1-5. Students received reminders to vote and updated live results in their email all week. However, the official election results, which were expected to arrive by April 9, have been delayed due to a “student com...

Lisdy Contreras: More Than a DREAMer

Lisdy Contreras: More Than a DREAMer

Nigeria Belizario, Contributing Writer

April 11, 2019


Filed under Feature, Showcase

Power, passion and love; three key elements Pace senior, Lisdy Contreras embodies in her everyday life as an advocate for the defenseless. Contreras is a natural born leader. Being the voice for the helpless has been a reoccurring duty of hers as she believes everyone deserves a chance, and more impo...

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