THE PACE CHRONICLE

Athletics Updates Spectator Policy

Emily Teixeira April 12, 2021

On April 10, Pace Athletics updated their spectator policy. Student athletes and coaches will now be permitted to invite up to two guests to come and view outdoor home games. Athletes and coaches must...

Zoom machines are one of the many ways classes have been taught this semester. Due to the challenges students have faced with remote learning, Pace is adopting the pass/fail option for Spring 2021.

Pace gives students Pass/Fail option for Spring 2021

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor April 6, 2021

Pace is allowing students to choose a pass/fail option for their Spring 2021 courses. This option was implemented during Spring 2020 and has continued during the course of the pandemic. All students will...

As of March 5, all three Pace campuses are at

Pace Enters Green Zone as COVID-19 Rates Decline

Emily Teixeira March 5, 2021

University President Marvin Krislov informed Pace that its COVID-19 alert levels are at green status in an email sent out on March 5, 2021. Test positivity rates over the past two weeks are under one percent...

NE10 confirms regular-season and postseason spring sports

NE10 confirms regular-season and postseason spring sports

Sequoia Cumming, Editor In Chief February 16, 2021

The Northeast-10 Conference Council of Presidents met virtually Monday afternoon to approve policies and protocols to support spring competition this year. The Council acknowledged that it is up to individual...

Pace has released the 2021-2022 academic calendar on its website.

Pace to start after Labor Day for 2021-2022 academic year

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor February 9, 2021

Editors Note: This is a breaking news article that will be updated with more information as it is received.  After a unique situation due to COVID-19, Pace started two weeks earlier than normal in...

Despite guidelines in place to avoid the spread of COVID-19, it is ultimately up to the campus community to keep Pace safe.

25 residential students test positive

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor February 7, 2021

This semester Pace has introduced weekly mandatory PCR tests for all residential students on-campus. All residential students participated in mandatory testing prior to coming to Pace, as well as a rapid...

Pace reveals a new logo to kick-off the 2021 Spring semester.

Pace reveals new university branding

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor January 25, 2021

President Marvin Krislov started at Pace in summer of 2017. Throughout the past few years, Krislov has added pieces to his administration to aid in refurbishing Pace through messaging and design to enhance...

When students log onto the new learning management system, this is what their home page will appear as.

Spring Semester Brings a Full Transition to Classes

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor January 14, 2021

2020 has been a year filled with academic changes at the university due to the pandemic. Notably, SDCA switched the student organization platform from OrgSync to SetterSync in the fall. The changes at...

Last year COVID-19 forced students to evacuate campus prior to the bloom of Spring.

The Pace Chronicle: A Year in Review

Sequoia Cumming and Katie Walsh December 30, 2020

The Pace Chronicle has had the opportunity to continue to serve the Pace community with information throughout this crazy year. We welcomed many new members, graduated top writers, and made a smooth transition...

COVID-19 precautions has led to new campus layouts and flexibility for transitioning modalities.

Pace promotes flexibility in spring preparation

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor November 27, 2020

A semester and a half of Zoom may be behind us, but another semester of the hybrid format is to come. The COVID-19 pandemic has adjusted the college experience to social distancing, zoom courses, face...

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