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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...

Recent power outages followed by Wi-Fi interruptions affected campus life and remote learners.

Power Outages Cause Constant Wi-Fi Interruptions, Arising Concerns in Digital Learning

Ibrahim Aksoy October 22, 2021

Pace University Pleasantville campus experienced power outages and Wi-Fi disruptions on Friday, Oct. 8, resulting in the Pace community to run out of internet connection caused by a power loss from ConEd,...

This past Saturday, while Paces football team played against Franklin Pierce, Paces pep band played music to hype up the crowd and had fun doing it!

The Pep Band Experience

Emily Teixeira October 20, 2021

Crisp fall air, bright sun, golden trees, the scent of fallen leaves and the turf on the field. A crowd full of fans, two teams, one winner… and a group of musicians stationed behind the field goal,...

A view of last years heavy snowstorm in Wayne, N.J. on Feb. 2, 2021. Paces decision to remove snow days may end a long tradition.

Online Education Puts an End to Ecstatic Snow Days, Showing Impact of the Pandemic on Learning

Ibrahim Aksoy October 10, 2021

The days where students enjoyed a day off at school while it is snowing outside may become part of history as Pace University is continuing it's no snow day policies partially affected by the success of...

COVID-19 has changed the educational experience for students, teachers, and student teachers. Education majors have had to adapt to the ever-changing rules as they go about their class placements.

Pace Student Teachers Speak on the Effects of the Online/In-Person Transition

Emily Teixeira October 10, 2021

At Pace University, education majors spend the second half of their college careers student teaching. Typically, they receive their placements from Jennifer Argenta, Pace’s Director of School Partnerships,...

White window seal with mold on it in North Hall

Pumpkin Spice is in the Air… and so is Mold

Sydney McKay and Mallory Bergbower October 1, 2021

Fall is in the air, and for some dorm residences, so is mold. North Hall, Martin Hall, and the townhouses are all experiencing a mold issue. Residential Life believes that a combination of “excessive...

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