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Shahab Gharib poses with Pace University merchandise after acceptance.

Setter Spotlight: Shahab Gharib, the 13-year-old freshman attending Pace University

Brianne Gonzalez April 24, 2021

With a passion for reading and museums, Shahab Gharib may seem like an average 13-year-old. However, Shahab Gharib is far from average as he attends Pace  as a history major on the New York City campus.  Shahab...

Churchgoers gather at the St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Church in Palisades Park, N.J. Many house of worships have either been closed or served to limited amount of audience since the beginning of Covid-19 pandemic.

‘A Blessing from the Skies,’ How Digital World Expands One Organization’s Audience

Ibrahim Aksoy, News Editor April 18, 2021

After a week filled with school work, it was time to hold the traditional weekly prayer. It was usually the group leaders that lead the prayer, but this time a recently-admitted member was willing to open...

An Emily Dickinson poem posted onto the solar tree on Pace's Pleasantville campus.

To write, or not to write: How poetry has secretly taken over Pace for National Poetry Month

Brianne Gonzalez April 18, 2021

Pace Book Club, Chroma Arts and Literary Journal are partnering for the first time throughout the month of April.  April is National Poetry Month and the student organizations have collaborated to bring...

Seidenberg launches “The Berg,” a student-run podcast

Seidenberg launches “The Berg,” a student-run podcast

Sofia Torio, Contributing Writer April 13, 2021

Seidenberg students launched a video-enhanced tech podcast called “The Berg,” where students talk about all things tech and the future of technology.  According to the Dean of the Seidenberg School...

Bryan Abunaw with his family in Douala, Cameroon, January 2020.

Three Continents, Fours Languages, One Passion: a Life Shaped By Soccer

Ibrahim Aksoy, Contributing Writer April 3, 2021

Stands in the Anfield Road were filled with thousands of fans for the upcoming Merseyside Derby. Life in the city of Liverpool stopped and you could only hear the pouring rain along with fans in the Kop....

COVID-19 and Its Major Role Involving Collegiate Athletic Scholarships

COVID-19 and Its Major Role Involving Collegiate Athletic Scholarships

Jillian Lewandoswski March 19, 2021

The year 2020 took the world by storm when the coronavirus outbreak began, hitting the United States hard in March. While millions were advised to wear face masks, asked not to see loved ones, and even...

Marta Hasny poses in Manhattan. Hasny traveled to explore the streets of the city every week. (Courtesy of Marta Hasny)

Polish International Student swims her way into the big city

Brianne Gonzalez March 8, 2021

As graduation approaches, Pace senior Marta Hasny reflects on her self-made community within the swim team while she continues to feed into her passion for the city lifestyle.  At the age of 10 years...

Kadija Shaw

Setter Spotlight: Kadija Shaw executes her campus vision virtually

Pasquale Noce, Contributing Writer March 6, 2021

Kadija Shaw has been completing her duties as Student Government Association President virtually. While being a remote president encounters challenges, Shaw describes it as a phenomenal experience. “You...

Out of Darkness Walk to Take Place in April

Out of Darkness Walk to Take Place in April

Miaira Raiford, Contributing Writer March 4, 2021

The Psychology Club of the Pleasantville Campus along with the Honors College is partnering up with the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention (AFSP) to spread awareness and collect donations for suicide...

Springing into Spring Fashion: what’s trending, what’s to come, and how to stay in the fashion game

Sofia Torio, Contributing Writer March 2, 2021

As winter comes to a close, we can all begin packing the heavy winter coats and snow boots and say  bring out the colors, tank tops and say hello to spring. With fashion trends constantly evolving...

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