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Response to BIPOC Mentors Unpaid Since Fall

Response to “BIPOC Mentors Unpaid Since Fall”

Pace Chronicle Staff April 12, 2024

We thank Dr. Stephanie Akunvabey, Ms. Nila Bhaumik, and Ms. Susan Donahue for taking the article, posted on March 15th, 2024, into consideration and responding during Spring Break. The following is...

CCAR Office Coordinator Christina Burchett standing in Wilcox MPR, one of two designated polling locations for Pace students, on April 2, 2024.

Pace Students Now Have Designated Polling Stations on Campus

Osei Owusu-Afriyie Jr. April 8, 2024

PLEASANTVILLE, NY –  New York State held its 2024 Presidential Primaries last Tuesday, April 2nd. Both were for the state's Republican and Democratic parties.  For the first time, Pace University...

map from the United States Geological Survey demonstrates the range of distance that the 10:30 AM earthquake and aftershock was felt.

Earthquake strikes New Jersey, Tremors Felt in Pleasantville

Jake Sharkey, Business Manager April 5, 2024

 “Did you feel that? Are you okay?” This is what many people asked their family and friends around Pace University this morning when the campus was greeted with shocks from a nearby earthquake. Near...

Front of Miller Hall. Photo Courtesy of

President Krislov on Campus Involvement and School-Town Relations

Dylan Brown, Managing Editor March 18, 2024

This article is on the topic of on-campus involvement and school/town relations. For the article about academics, the article about student life, and the article about infrastructure, head to our News...

Outside of the Office of SGA

Diaz And Tracey Wins 2024 SGA Election

Pace Chronicle Staff March 15, 2024

Incumbent President Nick Diaz and Vice President Paris Tracey have won reelection to their respective offices in the Student Government Association. The announcement was made on the official Instagram...

Pace President Krislov on University Academics

Lilah McCormack, Copy Editor March 15, 2024

Registering for classes can be a challenge for students at Pace. Many people have been faced with the reality of having a late registration time which leaves them with minimal options for class selection. Graduating...

Pace University Pleasantville Campus Involvement Fair.

BIPOC Peer Mentors Unpaid Since Fall

Sahtrese McQueen, News Editor March 15, 2024

Updated: Monday, March 18, 2024 Midway into Spring '24 semester, BIPOC mentors are still having issues getting paid for their work from the previous semester. With the previous director gone, who do...

Student Government Candidates Give Speeches to Student Body

Student Government Candidates Give Speeches to Student Body

Dylan Brown, Managing Editor March 12, 2024

The Candidate Speeches for President and Vice President of the Student Government Association concluded earlier today in the Gottesman Room. Barbara Mulligan, director of the Center for Student Engagement...

Student Government Elections Have Begun

Lilah McCormack, Copy Editor March 12, 2024

It is that time of the year when students at Pace University elect their President and Vice President of the Student Government Association. MCVA’s own Nick Diaz with his Vice Paris Tracey are in the...

Marvin Krislov gives his State of the University Address at the Pleasantville campus; February 20th, 2024. Photo obtained from

Exclusive: President Marvin Krislov Interview

Leanna Ward, Editor-In-Chief March 3, 2024

On February 1st, 2024, The Pace Chronicle sat down with Pace University President Marvin Krislov to ask questions on behalf of the Pleasantville student community. The Pace Chronicle released a Google...

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