THE PACE CHRONICLE

Meal plan balances to rollover amid campus closure

Pace announced that meal plan balances automatically rollover to the next academic year.

Ibrahim Aksoy, Contributing Writer

May 6, 2020

As Pace's campuses remain closed, students continuously inquire of university plans to issue refunds for unused services such as mandatory-to-purchase meal plans. However, in an email sent by the provost clarified that all unused meal plans will be rolled over to the fall semester except graduating seni...

Incoming President of SGA: Kadija Shaw

SGA's incoming president, Kadija Shaw

Miaira Raiford, Contributing Writer

May 3, 2020

There were many candidates in the Student Government Association (SGA) elections this year, but by 192 votes, third year business manager major Kadija Shaw won the position for president. Shaw ran against Evan Marino with a goal to improve life on the Pace campus and search for ways students could...

Faculty-led study abroad deadline to be May 1

An airplane set for take off back in 2005.

Miaira Raiford, Contributing Writer

April 25, 2020

Faculty-led study abroad applications are due on May 1, 2020 despite COVID-19. “The ‘priority application date’ for faculty-led courses coincides with Pace’s course registration for the semester,” Rebecca Slotkin, Assistant Director of Study Abroad said. “While Fall faculty-led courses...

Dyson Scholars in Residence Program continues work with Successful Learning Center despite going virtual

The Dyson Scholars in Residence Program works with students from the Successful Learning Center, a program that gives disabled adult learners a chance at the college experience. In an effort to keep the program alive during the shutdown, they now hold classes over Zoom

Emily Teixeira, Contributing Writer

April 25, 2020

Before Pace went virtual, the Dyson Scholars in Residence Program ran a service initiative with students from the Successful Learning Center (SLC), an organization operating in Westchester, Rockland, and Orange counties that offers adult learners with disabilities a chance at a college experience that...

Uncertainty provides challenges for fall 2020 registration

The Schedule Explorer on the Pace Portal is where students can find all the course offerings for the following semester.

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

April 24, 2020

Registration season typically piles on extra stress for students right before finals. Perhaps this registration season might have a slight edge above the rest with the unknown situation of the fall.  President Marvin Krislov ensures the hope of the university is to be back with in-person classes in...

Decker’s Disney Dream

Decker took this picture after she successfully completed the Disney College Program training and received her official badge.

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

April 18, 2020

Dreams came true for upper sophomore Tiffany Decker on September 3rd, 2019. It was that day, the digital cinema and film major discovered that she had been accepted into the Disney College Program for spring 2020.  She remembers that moment vividly, sitting in a dorm room and sipping Starbucks with...

SGA unties ties in election

SGA unties ties in election

Miaira Raiford, Contributing Writer

April 17, 2020

Wednesday’s Student Government Association (SGA) Elections saw many winners and many ties for those running. Mostly due to the newest sections added to the ballot this year − the Finance Committee, Judicial Board and Senior Planning Committee − there were plenty of students who campaigned and...

President Krislov’s second virtual town hall

Questions pondering about whether campus will be back to normal in the fall was one of the many spotlights.

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

April 16, 2020

Pace president Marvin Krislov hosted his second town hall on Zoom with Provost Vanya Quiñones. He was accompanied by the dean of students from all three campus'  as well as, members from career services and student success. Editor's note:  Due to connection issues, The Pace Chronicle representat...

SGA Elections go on amidst COVID-19

Korbin Kepner's campaign flyer for Vice President of Finance

Miaira Raiford, Contributing Writer

April 11, 2020

Student Government Association (SGA) Elections closed on Friday. They have been struggling to find ways for candidates to have their debates and fully market themselves. Normally, two debate sessions with an audience are held in early April, which SGA would then live stream, and all of the candidates...

Pace Bound Goes Virtual

Since Pace's annual accepted student event, Pace Bound, could not take place in person this year, the university decided to hold it online via Zoom.

Emily Teixeira, Contributing Writer

April 11, 2020

With COVID-19 forcing Pace to operate entirely online, the university had to get creative in order to host its annual Pace Bound event for accepted students. On Saturday March 28, Pace Bound took place through a Zoom call, with over 100 prospective students in attendance. There were welcome addresses...

Next Page »