Pace’s Greek Community Reflects on Fall ’20 New Member Education and Recruitment

November 27, 2020

With the semester coming to a close, many of Pace Pleasantville’s Fraternities and Sororities are finishing up the initiations of their new members and preparing them for their newfound position within...

As the Fall 2020 semester comes to a close, students and professors reflect on their experiences

As the Fall 2020 semester- the first on-campus semester to feel the effects of COVID-19- winds down, students and professors reflect on how it altered their experiences.
November 22, 2020

Years from now, the Fall 2020 semester will be one for the history books. It was the first full, on-campus semester impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Pace had to implement numerous changes to the way...

Students head home excited for winter break

As the holidays approach, Setter are leaving campus for break earlier than normal withe unknown future still ahead.
November 20, 2020

As we come to a close on what has been a strange first semester, students are beginning to make plans for winter break. Though, the strange times will not end upon returning home, for many the stress that...

NYC English Professors Hold an Event to Discuss Language Bias in the Classroom

English professors from Pace's NYC campus hosted an event to discuss the impact of language bias and how professors can address these biases in their teachings.
November 1, 2020

A group of English professors from Pace’s New York City campus- Kristen di Gennaro, Phil Choong, Tran Tran, and Meaghan Brewer- hosted an event on Oct. 30 to discuss how linguistic biases can promote...

To turn tragedy into triumph: How DJ Henry Dream Fund supports young talent

October 29, 2020

Ten years ago, the Pace community was shocked by the death of their junior football player. DJ Henry, a 20-year-old student-athlete, was shot dead by a police officer outside of a bar. After Henry’s...

DJ Henry’s friends and former assistant coach share the impact he had on them

DJ Henry's friends and former assistant coach shared their experiences with Henry and the impact he had on their lives.
October 28, 2020

By this year, most Pace students have become familiar with this name, if they were not already. They have heard his story. How he was a football player here at Pace. How he went to Finnegan’s Bar with...

Diversity plays key role at Pace

October 27, 2020

Diversity plays a main role within universities and other institutions. Pace is striving to implement diversity in as many aspects as possible in its tightly knit community. Brandon Joachim and Tianna...

How the media covered DJ Henry’s death

How the media covered DJ Henry's death
October 18, 2020

On the fateful night of Oct. 17, 2010, there were no media members to be found on 1006 Broadway street when DJ Henry and his friends were leaving the Finnegan's grill restaurant. Nor should there have...

Danroy ‘DJ’ Henry candlelight vigil: A walk to remember why we can never forget

The base of the clocktower filled with candles as students remember DJ Henry's life.
October 18, 2020

“We walk today in honor of a life that shouldn't have been lost, DJ Henry,” said student and SGA Vice President Stephanie Nazario, to the dozens of faculty, students, and alumni who gathered to begin...

Setter Spotlight: Sister Susan

Setter Spotlight: Sister Susan
October 9, 2020

During these unprecedented times, it is important to have someone on campus that provides a beacon of hope. Sister Susan Becker, the campus Chaplin at Pace, has decided to use her faith to do just that....

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