THE PACE CHRONICLE

Remembering Professor James Castagna

Pace students, staff and faculty have taken the past few weeks to remember Professor James Castagna

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

June 23, 2020

Professor James Castagna was a professor at Pace University for 25 years. In addition, he spent 15 years as a faculty advisor for the law society/mock trial team. In addition to his work at Pace, he worked as a labor law consultant in a private practice. Castagna was beloved by faculty, staff a...

Mini Language Sessions with Pace International Continues

The third mini-language session was held on May 5th. Students had the opportunity learn Mandarin.

Ibrahim Aksoy, Contributing Writer

May 13, 2020

Pace University International Students and Scholars (ISS) held its third online mini-language sessions through Zoom. In the third meeting of the newly-developed event, students had the opportunity to learn select letters from the Mandarin alphabet, phrases and idioms.  The one-hour event took place from 3:25-4:...

Producing the Documentary class continues despite previous setbacks

This year's PaceDocs team poses before remote learning.

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

May 12, 2020

The highly-coveted class, Producing the Documentary (PaceDocs), had to adapt considerably during the current global pandemic. Their original plan of going to France to document beekeeping on urban rooftops for their documentary, Bee Aware, was no longer doable by March, and so the class had to switch to P...

And the award goes to…

And the award goes to...

Miaira Raiford, Contributing Writer

May 12, 2020

On Friday, May 8, The Blue and Golds: Campus Community Award Ceremony took to Zoom to celebrate, honor and highlight previous recognition on the Pace campus. Hosted by the Setters Leadership Initiatives (SLI) and Student Development & Campus Activities (SDCA), around 85 to 100 attendees gathered on the...

Incoming President of SGA: Kadija Shaw

SGA's incoming president, Kadija Shaw

Miaira Raiford, Contributing Writer

May 3, 2020

There were many candidates in the Student Government Association (SGA) elections this year, but by 192 votes, third year business manager major Kadija Shaw won the position for president. Shaw ran against Evan Marino with a goal to improve life on the Pace campus and search for ways students could...

Life on campus during remote learning

Pat Ortiz poses by the pond on Pace's Pleasantville campus on a spring day after most students moved out.

Christina Bubba, Editor-in-Chief

April 28, 2020

Although students were encouraged to move back home in mid-March as a COVID-19 preventative, campus remains open for registered students and essential employees. One student who registered to stay on campus, Pat Ortiz, ultimately decided to continue to live on campus for the purpose of her academics. “Not...

One student’s self-isolation experience

One student's self-isolation experience

Ibrahim Aksoy, Contributing Writer

April 27, 2020

To many students, self-quarantine and isolation mean being away from friends. Since the COVID-19's appearance in the United States, many universities evacuated their campuses-- leaving a once hot spot for gatherings, concerts and parties empty in the middle of March. Sophomore digital cinema and filmmaking...

New hobbies students picked up in quarantine

Each week, the Pace Chronicle Instagram posts a Vox Pop question for the Pace community.

Christina Bubba and Alexis Nieman

April 23, 2020

Each week, The Pace Chronicle posts a question on their Instagram story asking students popular questions. Last week, we learned about new hobbies that Pace students picked up throughout the quarantine. In case you missed it, here are some of the answers we received:     &n...

Decker’s Disney Dream

Decker took this picture after she successfully completed the Disney College Program training and received her official badge.

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

April 18, 2020

Dreams came true for upper sophomore Tiffany Decker on September 3rd, 2019. It was that day, the digital cinema and film major discovered that she had been accepted into the Disney College Program for spring 2020.  She remembers that moment vividly, sitting in a dorm room and sipping Starbucks with...

Expressive Writing Workshops with Professor Jane Collins: Social Distancing Edition

Professor Jane Collins will be hosting expressive writing workshops via Zoom at 3:00 p.m. on Fridays. This workshop aims to help students use free writing exercises as a method of stress relief and to help maintain a sense of community at a time when people must be physically distant from one another.

Emily Teixeira, Contributing Writer

April 5, 2020

Professor Jane Collins will be hosting expressive writing workshops on Fridays at 3:00 p.m. via Zoom to help students release and relieve their stress. Collins defines expressive writing as “using a pen or pencil and paper to get out whatever you have on your mind or in your heart… it’s writing...

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