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Alumni Hall Elevator Fixed After Button Allegedly Stolen

Alumni Hall Elevator Fixed After Button Allegedly Stolen

Abby Stucker, Featured Writer
April 25, 2017 • 35 views
Filed under News, Showcase

Residents in Pace’s Alumni Hall were surprised to find that they couldn’t access the fourth floor in one of the two elevators because the button was allegedly stolen, according to an email from Residence Hall Association. Alumni Hall Resident Director Alyssa Caffarelli sent an email to residents...

Colleges Against Cancer Hosts Hundreds in Relay for Life

Colleges Against Cancer Hosts Hundreds in Relay for Life

Alexander Coma, Senator
April 25, 2017 • 29 views
Filed under Feature, Showcase

Pace University’s chapter of Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) hosted the community in their Relay for Life event to fundraise for cancer research in the Goldstein Fitness Center on Fri., April 21. CAC had raised over $43,000, according to CAC Co-Chair Jalyn Robinson, which is most money the organization...

Griselle Castillo’s Self Sufficient Ambition

Griselle Castillo’s Self Sufficient Ambition

Alyssa Madonna, Featured Writer
April 25, 2017 • 319 views
Filed under Feature, Showcase

Griselle Castillo, 21-year-old Connecticut native and student at Pace University, knows how to hustle. As a daughter of two Dominican immigrant parents, who worked hard to sustain a comfortable lifestyle for their family, it hasn’t been easy. Thus, Castillo has been working since the age of fourteen....

Dear Bob

Dear Bob

Kevin Czerwinski, Faculty Advisor
April 25, 2017 • 244 views
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

The spring semester is drawing to a close and, for me, there is always a bit of sadness as we close out a term. I like the familiarity of the classroom, the banter with my students and, generally, just being on campus. This semester will have an added tinge of sadness, though. Professor Robert Klaeger, the chairperson of the Media & Communications Department, will be retiring after spendi...

Nature Center’s Earth Month Banner Allegedly Stolen

Nature Center’s Earth Month Banner Allegedly Stolen

Joseph Tucci, Managing Editor
April 19, 2017 • 297 views
Filed under News, Showcase

One of the Pace University Nature Center's Earth Month banners was allegedly stolen, according to the center's Director Angelo Spillo. The banner—a yellow sign with a picture of the sun wearing sunglasses and text saying, “April is Earth Month,”—was located on an adjacent patch of grass on...

David Rahni Announced as One of the Provost Candidates

David Rahni Announced as One of the Provost Candidates

Sean Browne, News Editor
April 18, 2017 • 190 views
Filed under News, Showcase

With Pace Unviersity Provost Uday Sukhatme stepping down on June 30, Chemistry Professor and Chair of the Faculty Council David Rahni has been named as one-of-three final candidates to succeed the Sukhatme, according to a faculty email from President Stephen Friedman. The provost position was something...

Pace Drama Alliance Performs Club Conspiracy

Pace Drama Alliance Performs Club Conspiracy

Joseph Tucci, Managing Editor
April 18, 2017 • 297 views
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

The Pace Drama Alliance performed their newest original production "Club Conspiracy" on Apr. 10 and 11 in the Kessel's Gottesman room. "Club Conspiracy," is a comedy that tells the story of a college book club disguised as an alien conspiracy club, that ends up becoming an actual conspiracy club over...

Anastasia on Broadway

Anastasia on Broadway

Janine Jones, Copy Editor
April 18, 2017 • 244 views
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

Pace Drama Alliance sponsored a trip for students to see the new Broadway play Anastasia on Monday, April 3. Tickets were released to students on March 23 for $15 and quickly sold out the same day. The price included tickets to for the play and the train. For those who aren’t familiar, Anastasia i...

Edward Mortola’s Centennial Celebrated

Edward Mortola’s Centennial Celebrated

James Miranda, Copy Editor
April 18, 2017 • 226 views
Filed under Feature, Showcase

The Pace University community congregated and celebrated Dr. Edward Mortola’s (1917-2002) centennial by reminiscing and honoring his life and service to the institution in Mortola Library on Fri., Apr. 14. A series of speakers who were either close to or knew Mortola—the third president of Pace...

James Eyring’s Food for Thought

James Eyring’s Food for Thought

James Miranda, Copy Editor
April 13, 2017 • 262 views
Filed under Feature, Showcase

James Eyring’s dyslexia made academics difficult growing up, but the bird feeder that hung outside his kitchen window made him the naturalist he is today. Eyring, Pace’s Nature Center’s assistant director, would watch a plethora of birds that flew into a black bird feeder, which hung a foot...

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