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 Lewis’ first experience abroad was at Loyola University in Baltimore. She graduated from the university with her masters in Clinical Psychology in 2017.

Setter Stories: Lewis furthers her education through achieving multiple diplomas at different institutions

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor February 24, 2021

Victoria Lewis traveled over 3,817 miles when she determined she had a desire to pursue a higher level of education. For Lewis, her home country of Trinidad lacked opportunities to continue her education...

With the pandemic still going on and altering the on-campus experience, students have a decision to make: dorm and take what they can get despite the restrictions and changes, or stay home, save money, and minimize potential exposure to COVID-19.

To Dorm or not to Dorm?

A look at two students' housing decisions in light of the pandemic
Emily Teixeira February 23, 2021

To dorm or not to dorm? That is the question for college students during the pandemic. Do they want to stay home, save money, and minimize potential exposure to COVID-19, or do they want to live on campus...

An empty art class in the Willcox Hall. With number of students allowed in classrooms are limited, it has become challenging to get involved in art studios.

Away from a Studio: What Learning Art in a Pandemic Looks Like

Ibrahim Aksoy, Contributing Writer February 17, 2021

After a long winter break, spring semester has officially started at Pace. With COVID-19 maintaining to be a risk to public health and safety, Pace decided to go with another partially-open semester. Despite...

Heaven Swan and her partner, Neil, at Long Boat Key, FL.

RV Adventures: Heaven Swan continues her education while road tripping around the country

Sofia Torio, Contributing Writer February 16, 2021

With the change to online classes and the chance to attend her classes remotely, senior Heaven Swan decided to take advantage of the opportunity, packed her bags and hit the road with her partner for the...

Incongruence on Pace's COVID-19 Dashboard

Incongruence on Pace’s COVID-19 Dashboard

Amber Brouwer February 13, 2021

Since the beginning of COVID-19, Pace University has been transparent about the COVID-19 cases on campus. The COVID dashboard is updated daily with the latest information on the number of tests, new cases,...

Pleasantville is covered in a blanket of snow. By Reginald McKinnely Jr.

SDCA plans to host Pleasantville’s first Virtual Involvement Fair

Brianne Gonzalez , Contributing Writer February 13, 2021

With outside grouping limited due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Center for Student Development & Campus Activities  (SDCA) at Pleasantville plans to host its first Virtual Involvement Fair to allow...

Wrongfully Convicted: The story of Pace University graduate, Jeffrey Deskovic ’19 is told through award-winning short film, “Conviction”

Wrongfully Convicted: The story of Pace University graduate, Jeffrey Deskovic ’19 is told through award-winning short film, “Conviction”

Sofia Torio, Contributing Writer February 10, 2021

Upon graduating from the Elizabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University in the spring 2019, Jeffrey Deskovic left with a law degree and one goal: to continue working to exonerate falsely convicted and...

How do students feel about Classes

Students react to Pace’s transition to Classes

Miaira Raiford, Contributing Writer February 6, 2021

Learning Management Systems, (online learning software) have become a key tactic for higher educational institutions over the past decade. With the pandemic and fully remote classes; these platforms have...

Fabulosity 2021 goes virtual with Drag Bingo

Fabulosity 2021 goes virtual with Drag Bingo

Sofia Torio, Contributing Writer January 30, 2021

The Pride at Pace club held its annual Fabulosity event virtually with the addition of Drag Bingo to spice things up, while also keeping the same energy experienced at the event in past years. Fabulosity...

Professors adapt to new LMS: Classes

Professors adapt to new LMS: Classes

Miaira Raiford, Contributing Writer January 30, 2021

“Change happens and we all must adapt,” said Maria Luskay, undergraduate professor and graduate program director, in regards to the transition from Blackboard to Classes. In 2020, Pace students...

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