The Award Winning Newspaper Of Pace University


The Award Winning Newspaper Of Pace University


The Award Winning Newspaper Of Pace University


An old family photo of The Sharkey Family. Clockwise from top right: Charles, Jenna 22, Jake, and Nancy. (Jake Sharkey)

A Year As a Transfer Student

Jake Sharkey May 10, 2023

Before I tell you about my year at Pace, I want to go back to the beginning of why I came in the first place. During my sophomore year in college, after taking a yearlong break because of COVID, I became...

How To Power A City official poster, designed by Pace Alumnus Sydney Krantz.

Pace Professor to Release “How To Power A City” a Renewable Energy Documentary

Leanna Ward and James Steigerwald May 8, 2023

It’s not every day that a Pace professor has a documentary they directed and created for release, but Professor Melanie LaRosa of the Media Communications and Visual Arts (MCVA) Department is currently...

For the Love of Food will premiere May 8th at 7PM at the Jacob Burns Film Center 
(photo source: @pacedocs on Instagram)

Pace Student Documentary to Premiere on May 8th

Emily Teixeira May 5, 2023

This year’s Producing the Documentary class will premiere its film For the Love of Food on Monday, May 8 at 7 PM at the Jacob Burns Film Center. The class is taught by Professor Maria Luskay, who described...

Shant Mardirossian, from the Armenian National Committee of America.

Pace Alum Pledges a Scholarship Fund for Future Filmmakers

Kat Plescia April 6, 2023

When Pace University alumnus Shant Mardirossian walked into Willcox Hall – the editing hub of the PaceDocs crew – he saw firsthand some of the raw clips fresh from their recent trip to France.  Mardirossian...

Rip Van Winkle Rod and Gun Club ’s Crow Killing Competition. Palenville, NY, 2014.

Pace Students Lobbying To End Wildlife Killing Contests In New York

Leanna Ward, Editor-In-Chief February 23, 2023

This semester, nine students are making a stand for animal welfare. They are doing this by opposing the inhumane killing of wildlife in hunting contests within New York. They are supporting a bill that...

Pet Photo Contest – February Winners

Jessica Barr February 23, 2023

This year the Pace Chronicle held its first pet photo competition, and the results are in! Three winners were selected for the two categories: cats and dogs. It was a close call with how many adorable...

Pace University Pleasantville’s Wellbeing Fair, Credit: College of Health Professions, Pace University

Pace University takes on new initiatives to promote wellbeing

Anthony Guerrero February 22, 2023

Pace has signed the Okanagan Charter, an international charter of health promoting universities, as a testament to their commitment to the health and wellness of their community. The signing took place...

Pace Students Explore the Importance of Civic Engagement In Washington, D.C.

Pace Students Explore the Importance of Civic Engagement In Washington, D.C.

Hannah Mills February 22, 2023

WASHINGTON D.C. - On Friday, February 17th, a selected group of twenty-eight students from both the New York City and Pleasantville campuses boarded a bus headed to Washington, District of Columbia...

Why Students Do (Or Don’t) Get Involved on Campus

Emily Teixeira February 21, 2023

Pace’s Pleasantville campus offers its students a wide array of clubs, organizations, and activities to get involved in. Students have a variety of reasons for gravitating toward their chosen activities...


What You Should Know About ChatGPT

James Steigerwald, Feature Editor February 20, 2023

ChatGPT was released in November of 2022. It has since had a significant impact on the technology, communication, and education of the world. But is it as trustworthy and ethical as it is made out to be? Developed...

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