THE PACE CHRONICLE

P4K increases amount raised from last year

P4K increases amount raised from last year

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

November 17, 2019

145 student participants, five miracle families, faculty and staff members gathered in Gottesman Saturday night for the 7th annual Pace 4 Kids (P4K) dance marathon.  The amount raised was revealed at the end of the night by executive board members and faculty advisor Suede Graham. $11,327 was rais...

New Asian Restaurant in Pleasantville: Fatt Root

New Asian Restaurant in Pleasantville: Fatt Root

Riley Sosnowski

November 17, 2019

The town of Pleasantville has many new restaurants popping up as it is a popular place to own a business. The new restaurant Fatt Root is an Asian cuisine, with many different options to pick from. They have dishes that are friendly to vegans, vegetarians, nut allergies, gluten-free and dairy-free...

United Cultural Council’s “Life After the Yard”

United Cultural Council’s “Life After the Yard”

Emily Teixeira

November 17, 2019

On Wednesday, November 12, 2019, United Cultural Council hosted “Life After the Yard,” an event in which students interested in joining Greek life could gather more information about how joining fraternities and sororities can impact them, both here at Pace and after they graduate. The event was...

Lack of Membership with Pace Students in ROTC

Lack of Membership with Pace Students in ROTC

Alexis Nieman, Media Editor

November 16, 2019

It’s 4:30 a.m. on a Wednesday morning. Everyone on campus will be fast asleep for at least a few more hours, but junior Jared Maldonado is up and getting ready for a long day of Reserve Officer Training Corps, otherwise known as ROTC.   Maldonado is the only person at Pace Pleasantville who partici...

Another Fabulous Year of “Fabulosity”

Another Fabulous Year of “Fabulosity”

Alexis Nieman and Callie Anderson

November 16, 2019

What do six student drag performers and one fabulous Drag Queen equal? Pride at Pace’s “Fabulosity,” of course! This past Thursday, Gottesman was transformed into a high-energy showcase of drag, complete with a cat-walk, judges and all the colorful candy you could eat.  The annual event showca...

Students and Faculty Voice their Concerns at Fall 2019 Town Hall

Students and Faculty Voice their Concerns at Fall 2019 Town Hall

Stefano Ausenda, Distribution Manager/Opinion Editor

November 16, 2019

Why is there not a tracking system for the shuttle that runs from campus to Memorial Plaza? Why are there so many permanent triple dorm rooms on campus, especially in Alumni Hall? Why do so many student employees frequently not get paid on time? On Wednesday, November 13, Pace students and faculty voiced...

Pace officially becomes a test-optional university

Pace officially becomes a test-optional university

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

November 16, 2019

Over the past few years, schools and universities around the country have been decreasing the importance of standardized test scores in the college admissions process. Many universities such as Hofstra and Marist, have gone test-optional, where students have the opportunity to apply without sending in the...

Pi Lambda Phi raised $365 in their annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event

Pi Lambda Phi raised $365 in their annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event

Emily Teixeira

November 11, 2019

This past Wednesday, Pi Lambda Phi hosted their annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event, in which the fraternity’s members did laps around the perimeter of Alumni Hall to raise money and awareness for domestic abuse victims. The event was part of a worldwide effort that started in 2001, when...

Society19 has a new chapter at Pace

Society19 has a new chapter at Pace

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

November 10, 2019

A popular online college publication, Society19, now has its own place at Pace. Kaylyn Fountain, a Digital Cinema and Filmmaking major, was scrolling through internships on Handshake when she came across an editorial position at Society19.  Society19 is a nationwide published magazine that contains segme...

Dean Braun’s Pivot from Pace

Dean Braun’s Pivot from Pace

Caitlyn G. Cashman

November 10, 2019

The Lubin Business school’s influential Dean Braun is stepping down and moving on from Pace. Braun is unique from the Lubin deans that came before him as he did not go to business school, but is indeed a businessman. “With a background in business rather than academics, I am market-driven and...

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