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Pace Celebrates its 16th Earth Month through Multiple Activities

Pace Celebrates its 16th Earth Month through Multiple Activities

Jessica Iannace, Contributing Writer

March 31, 2019


Filed under Feature, Showcase

Although Earth Day is celebrated on April 22, Pace is one of the many institutions that dedicates an entire month to appreciating and improving the planet. Earth Month has been recognized on campus for 16 years, and each year students come out to meet the farm animals, plant trees, and walk the ...

Three Years, Three Schools: Pace is Third Time’s the Charm for Junior Kaitlyn Talenti

Three Years, Three Schools: Pace is Third Time’s the Charm for Junior Kaitlyn Talenti

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

March 29, 2019


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Junior Kaitlyn Talenti finally settled on being a Pace Setter after three years of school hopping. As a communications major, Talenti quickly found her place at Pace and enrolled in the strenuous and selective Producing a Documentary course in her second semester. Talenti transferred to Pace in fall...

Underdog Men’s Basketball Ready to Take next Step after Turnaround Season

Underdog Men’s Basketball Ready to Take next Step after Turnaround Season

Tyaire Joseph, Contributing/Sports Writer

March 10, 2019


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Following an 86-66 loss to Le Moyne College in the NE-10 championships quarterfinals last week, men’s basketball had something to be proud of, even in defeat. Coming into the 2018-2019 season ranked last in the NE-10 Southwest division, expectations were low for the Setters. Considering they had a ...

Goldstein Fitness Center Welcomes New On-Campus Dining Option, Pace Fit

Goldstein Fitness Center Welcomes New On-Campus Dining Option, Pace Fit

Sequoia Cumming, Sports Editor

March 9, 2019


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Sophomore accounting student Matthew Lasala found himself craving coffee and healthy snacks early in the morning. His search was to no avail, but he decided to turn the idea of an early morning eatery into a new on-campus business venture called Pace Fit. “I like to wake up early in the morning,...

Pace’s Disgraceful Alumnus: Why the University Must Cut All Ties with David J. Pecker

Pace’s Disgraceful Alumnus: Why the University Must Cut All Ties with David J. Pecker
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Kwadar Ray, Managing Editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

To the right of the side entrance of Willcox Hall lies a large lecture hall. Though it's one of the few lecture halls on Pace Pleasantville's campus, there's nothing necessarily extravagant about it. The unassuming room is mainly home to Nursing courses and different events held by the Media, Communications...

This Week in Sports: 2/26-3/3

This Week in Sports: 2/26-3/3

Sequoia Cumming, Sports Editor

March 3, 2019


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With the exception of its softball team, each spring Pace athletic team competed this past week. From walk-off wins to a playoff upsets, here's how each squad fared this week. Tuesday, February 26 Pace women’s basketball team finished its season with a 73-67 win against the College of Saint Rose af...

From Scarlet Knight to Setter: Pace Men’s Lacrosse Welcomes Connor Vercruysse

From Scarlet Knight to Setter: Pace Men’s Lacrosse Welcomes Connor Vercruysse

Sequoia Cumming, Sports Editor

March 2, 2019


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Pace men’s lacrosse has opened their season with a 2-0 start after defeating Dominican College and LIU Post, with much help from newcomer Connor Vercruysse, who scored six goals against Dominican and one goal in the Setters' upset over LIU. Vercruysse graduated from Rutgers University this past...

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


Filed under News, Showcase

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...

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