THE PACE CHRONICLE

Pace students demand more availability for Mr. Bing

Pace students demand more availability for Mr. Bing

Ibrahim Aksoy

February 17, 2020

Pace University Pleasantville students demand more availability for Mr. Bing, a New York City-based traditional Chinese food chain. Mr. Bing visits Pace Pleasantville campus every Monday. However, availability is limited to only one day and students want to see it more often on the campus. Mr. Bing...

Delta Phi Epsilon’s upcoming ANAD Week

Emily Teixeira

February 16, 2020

From February 24 through the 28, Pace University's chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority (D Phi E) will be hosting a series of events to raise money and awareness for their philanthropy, the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD). They will be tabling in Kessel during...

Be My Valentine?

Be My Valentine?

Miaira Raiford

February 16, 2020

On Valentines Day, there are stories of fancy dinners, sickly-sweet tweets of love and a plethora of Instagram posts showing off loving gifts and loved ones. So is February 14 just about celebrating love and eating sweets? Intentionally going broke for your significant other only once a year to see...

The mess of communal living facilities at Pace

The mess of communal living facilities at Pace

Emily Teixeira

February 9, 2020

There have been recent sightings of lackluster conditions in the residence hall communal facilities. The weekend of February 1, 2020, Martin bathrooms ran low on paper products and trash cans overflowed. An incident was reported last semester by senior, Paige Touse, in which someone vomited and it was...

Student businesses initiate changes for spring

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

February 9, 2020

The new year dragged in new promotions, hours and materials at the different student run businesses on campus.  Pace Mart Pace Mart cut all weekend hours and eliminated the morning hours. General Manager Sammi Li said that they receive the biggest traffic during common hour and when students are heading to ...

MCVA trifecta course is working with Indie bands from the Bronx

MCVA trifecta course is working with Indie bands from the Bronx

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

February 8, 2020

A new trifecta of classes at Pace University’s Media, Communications, and Visual Arts Department will be working together this semester to help promote four punk rock bands from the Bronx. The three classes that are working together are: Cinematography II with Professor Lou Guarneri, Writing for...

One hour and two worlds apart: the divide between Pace Pleasantville and Pace NYC

One hour and two worlds apart: the divide between Pace Pleasantville and Pace NYC

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

February 8, 2020

“One Strong Pace,” Pace President Marvin Krislov’s three-part success plan for the university brings up an interesting idea in the name. One Strong Pace sounds like a nice idea, but is the idea of being “one Pace” while having three different campuses, possible?  Pace Pleasantville, Pa...

Entrance One becomes the newest student-run Public Relations organization

Entrance One becomes the newest student-run Public Relations organization

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

February 8, 2020

Entrance One public relations agency is one of the newest student organizations on campus. They are a student-run public relations agency, whose goal is to help students gain real-world public relations experience before they graduate college.  Entrance One started as an idea last spring in Professor Jennife...

Experience of a lifetime in ten days: Faculty-Led Abroad in Costa Rica

Experience of a lifetime in ten days: Faculty-Led Abroad in Costa Rica

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

February 1, 2020

Gaining the experience of going on a study abroad trip without having to actually leave the country for several months, is one of the major appeals of Pace’s faculty-led study abroad program. The program, which takes students to places like India, China, France, Finland, England, Ireland, Spain and one...

Heckel showcases her vision through art

Heckel showcases her vision through art

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

January 31, 2020

Art is a powerful measure of storytelling and is often known to speak louder than words. For adjunct art professor Heather Heckel, this holds true, as she allows viewers to see the world through her eyes in her artwork.  Heckel’s artwork appears on the walls in the Choate House on campus. There was ...

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