THE PACE CHRONICLE

Pace students demand more availability for Mr. Bing

Pace students demand more availability for Mr. Bing

Ibrahim Aksoy

February 17, 2020

Pace University Pleasantville students demand more availability for Mr. Bing, a New York City-based traditional Chinese food chain. Mr. Bing visits Pace Pleasantville campus every Monday. However, availability is limited to only one day and students want to see it more often on the campus. Mr. Bing...

A Look Into Student Government Association’s Executive Positions

A Look Into Student Government Association’s Executive Positions

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

February 15, 2020

With the elections for Pace University’s Student Government Association (SGA)’s executive positions for the 2020-21 academic year quickly approaching, it is important for students to know exactly what positions they can run for and what each position is responsible for. SGA currently has five student...

Future of Pace yearbook is in danger

Future of Pace yearbook is in danger

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

February 15, 2020

Since the early 1950s, Pace Pleasantville has had annual yearbooks commemorating the students, staff, and faculty of years past. This year, that important piece of school history is proving to be very difficult to maintain, due to the lack of interest in students to create the yearbook. Pace Presentia...

Asian Student Union celebrates Lunar New Year

Asian Student Union celebrates Lunar New Year

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

February 15, 2020

Last Wednesday night, Gottesman transformed into a lively celebration for one of the most celebrated and important Chinese holidays, Lunar New Year. Also known as Chinese New Year, it celebrates the first new moon of the lunar calendar and ends on the first full moon. Each new year is represented by...

Pace Delivers tests new breakfast menu 

Pace Delivers tests new breakfast menu 

Sheena Williams, Contributing Writer

February 9, 2020

Pace Delivers, the late-night delivery service for food from restaurants, including Chipotle and Buffalo Wild Wings, might be adding breakfast to its beloved delivery service. As of now, the business allows Pace students to have late-night access to food after on-campus food services close for the night. Jack...

Pace Book Club is now accepting book donations

Pace Book Club is now accepting book donations

Ibrahim Ahmet Aksoy, Contributing Writer

February 9, 2020

Pace University book club holds its second annual book drive throughout the campus. The event, sponsored by the book club, accepts every book to promote literacy and make reading more accessible for communities. The club collected 200 books last year. Now, in its second year of accepting donations,...

(No) Pay Day for some Pace student employees

(No) Pay Day for some Pace student employees

Miaira Raiford

February 9, 2020

Pace students have reported not being paid on time for their on campus jobs, and in some instances, not getting paid at all. Student Government Association's (SGA’s) President Madia Bestman, believes it is possible to have a hiccup with communicating on both the employer's and employee's side. “I...

Recap: The first senate meeting of the spring 2020 semester

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

February 9, 2020

The first senate meeting of the semester was held Friday, February 7. The details are below: The SGA President is recruiting students for the election committee for the next academic year.   A new senior class committee is going to be formed.   There will be no yearbook this year si...

The mess of communal living facilities at Pace

The mess of communal living facilities at Pace

Emily Teixeira

February 9, 2020

There have been recent sightings of lackluster conditions in the residence hall communal facilities. The weekend of February 1, 2020, Martin bathrooms ran low on paper products and trash cans overflowed. An incident was reported last semester by senior, Paige Touse, in which someone vomited and it was...

Student businesses initiate changes for spring

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

February 9, 2020

The new year dragged in new promotions, hours and materials at the different student run businesses on campus.  Pace Mart Pace Mart cut all weekend hours and eliminated the morning hours. General Manager Sammi Li said that they receive the biggest traffic during common hour and when students are heading to ...

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