The Award Winning Newspaper Of Pace University

THE PACE CHRONICLE

The Award Winning Newspaper Of Pace University

THE PACE CHRONICLE

The Award Winning Newspaper Of Pace University

THE PACE CHRONICLE

Go Further Sign on Pace Pleasantville Campus. Photo/Leanna Ward

Pace Pleasantville Vs New York City: Which Do Students Prefer?

Leanna Ward, Managing Editor January 4, 2023

Pace University is a New York private university that has three campuses between which it’s students are distributed. The university has a Manhattan campus that is by far the largest, with 9,125 enrolled...

An emergency blue phone overlooks Alumni Hall.

What is the Annual Fire Safety and Security Report?

Nicole Manning January 3, 2023

In 1986, a freshman at Lehigh University, Jeanne Clery, was raped and murdered in her dorm room by another student. Her parents claimed the university had not done enough to provide students and the...

Kassaoui holding student auditions in Kessel MPR for Our Lady of 121st Street 
Photo: Amine Kassaoui

Reason Unknown: Lack of Performing Arts Spaces At Pace Pleasantville

Sofia Filipe January 3, 2023

Lubin graduate student Amine Kassaoui is a long-time thespian and lover of the theater who minored in theater at SUNY Purchase for his undergraduate degree in journalism. As he prepares to graduate in...

(The Office of Student Engagement houses multiple other offices like Greek life and student  leadership activities, which are all essential to the college experience at Pace. Photo credit: Krissy Scott)

Uncovering the reason behind Pace’s Student Engagement inconsistency

Krissy Scott December 19, 2022

Each semester, students pay hundreds in activity fees, all of which are funneled through student government to organizations to host campus wide events. Even though students are paying for these events,...

Meet Paces new Dean for Students- Jeffrey Barnett!

Meet the New Dean for Students

Emily Teixeira December 8, 2022

Earlier this semester. Pace University welcomed Dr. Jeffrey Barnett as its new Dean for Students and Vice President of Student Affairs. Barnett came to Pace after a long career at Stony Brook, which...

Voter Registration Ballot sits ready to be filled out (Courtesy, Google Photos)

Be Busy For Election Day 2022

Dylan Brown, Sports Editor November 3, 2022

The time to vote has come, from Pleasantville to Palm Beach and from Kansas to California, the polls will open once again.   It might be well-known why we vote, to voice your opinion, reaffirm your...

The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze features nearly 7,000 lit pumpkins (hudsonvalley.org)

A Setter’s Guide to Halloweekend

Kat Plescia October 24, 2022

There are a handful of events that truly encapsulate the typical college experience. Collegiate Traditions such as Homecoming week, spring break, and the senior bar crawl are common familiar affairs...

Pace is bringing back its faculty-led study abroad programs this spring for the first time since COVID struck. Heres a photo from one of Paces previous trips to Costa Rica.

Faculty-Led Study Abroad is Back

Emily Teixeira October 20, 2022

Next semester, faculty-led study abroad programs will run for the first time since the onset of the pandemic. Ten different courses are offered and the priority application deadline is November 15. In...

Who is ADA and why is she floating in Choate Pond?

Who is ADA and why is she floating in Choate Pond?

Lilah McCormack October 16, 2022

Have you ever wondered what that orange thing is floating on Choate Pond? The Blue Colab can explain. Blue Colab is a program of students, interns, and faculty that work to advance the systems that...

Destigmatizing Wellness at Pace and Beyond

Destigmatizing Wellness at Pace and Beyond

Molly Feldman October 11, 2022

I recently had the opportunity to talk to Dr. Harriet Feldman, Pace University's Chief Wellness Officer. You may know that a Chief Financial Officer's job is to keep track of the finances of a company,...

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