On May 16, Pace will be hosting its first in person commencement ceremony since the start of the pandemic.

Pace Soon to Have First In-Person Commencement Since COVID

Emily Teixeira April 23, 2022

On May 16, Pace will be having its first formal in person commencement ceremony since 2019. The ceremony will take place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, New York. Current...

A Whole New World: Transfer students reflect on their adjustment to Pace

Leanna Ward, Contributing Writer April 11, 2022

Pace University’s transfer student community comes from a variety of previous institutions and experiences. Melanie Torres, a freshman digital journalism major, previously attended the University...

Paces MCVA department partnered with Music to Life, a nonprofit that supports musicians who work for social change, to film the  pilot of what they hope will become a limited series.

Pace students and alumni come together for a professional film shoot

Emily Teixeira March 8, 2022

On Saturday, February 12, Pace students and alumni came together to shoot a film on behalf of Music to Life, a nonprofit organization that provides resources for musicians interested in using their art...

New Age Athletics

March 7, 2022

Technology has left no stone unturned in this day and age. The Esport program is the latest and greatest addition to Pace University's athletic division. But what exactly are Esports? Esports...

MCVA adjunct professor David Freeman has accepted a position working for the Metropolitan Museum of Art as part of their school and educator programs team.

Professor David Freeman Accepts a Position at the Met

Emily Teixeira February 24, 2022

Starting in March, MCVA adjunct professor David Freeman will be taking on a position as the assistant for school and educator programs in music at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He will be a part of the...

Photos taken from oyster farm in Cape Cod.

Adventure isn’t always far away: How The Producing The Documentary course keeps the camera rolling for the spring semester

Krissy Scott December 14, 2021

(Photo Credits: Dr. Maria Luskay) Pace University’s Producing the Documentary course is one of the university’s most highly anticipated spring production courses. The course is led by Dr. Luskay...

With the approval of COVID-19 vaccines, more Americans are expected to travel in the following weeks.

Travel season is around the corner. Here’s what to know

Ibrahim Aksoy November 22, 2021

Millions of Americans are preparing for a vaccinated holiday season after a 20-month pause caused by the initial effects of the coronavirus pandemic. With the approval of the coronavirus vaccines and booster...

Andrew Tallon, graduate from the class of 2021, shows his awards on the day of Commencement.

Shaking Things up for Spring Commencement

Sydney McKay, Contributing Writer November 19, 2021

Big changes are coming to this year’s spring commencement. On Wednesday, November 10 President Martin Krislov officially announced the new venue. The Billie Jean King National Tennis Center will be home...

Brothers of Alpha Chi Rho, sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon, and “Deepher Dude” winner, Erik Nelson.

Welcome Back Deepher Dude

Sydney Mckay November 10, 2021

After a two year hiatus, Delta Phi Epsilon's philanthropic event Deepher Dude has finally made it's triumphant return. The event is held every fall to raise awareness and funds to support their national...

Mark Scalia, Senior DCF major.

Mark Scalia: an Intersection of Business and the Arts

Wesley Brown November 7, 2021

Mark Scalia, a Senior MCVA student, has always held a keen passion for all things related to the visual arts. He said that he had this interest all while he was growing up. “But, I would say that...

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