THE PACE CHRONICLE

Study abroad continues without concern

Study abroad continues without concern

Students have little concern to study abroad for the fall '21 semester
Amber Brouwer February 21, 2021

  Every year hundreds of students make the decision to study abroad. Last spring, many students had to come home early, because of the COVID-19 outbreak. Now, the university is planning to start...

STATE OF THE UNIVERSITY 2021: Pace Forward

Marvin Krislov February 18, 2021

Colleagues, students, friends—when we met for the State of the University one year ago, I outlined an optimistic future for Pace. We’d been working hard, rethinking how we did things, and getting...

The 2020 program for the academic achievement award included musical performances, an appearance from the provost and the distribution of awards to students.

Annual Academic Achievement Banquet to see Adaptation in Light of the Pandemic

Emily Teixeira February 15, 2021

This year, Residential Life and Housing will not be hosting their annual Academic Achievement Banquet in person for COVID-related safety reasons. Instead, the students who would have been honored at the...

Inform students of available hours

The Writing Center is Open for Business

Pasquale Noce, Writer February 13, 2021

Do you need help with your writing? The Writing Center is now open to assist you! Starting February 8th, peer tutors have been available to hold virtual, one-on-one meetings with you. Students of any...

Pleasantville is covered in a blanket of snow. By Reginald McKinnely Jr.

SDCA plans to host Pleasantville’s first Virtual Involvement Fair

Brianne Gonzalez February 13, 2021

With outside grouping limited due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Center for Student Development & Campus Activities  (SDCA) at Pleasantville plans to host its first Virtual Involvement Fair to allow...

Pace has released the 2021-2022 academic calendar on its website.

Pace to start after Labor Day for 2021-2022 academic year

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor February 9, 2021

Editors Note: This is a breaking news article that will be updated with more information as it is received.  After a unique situation due to COVID-19, Pace started two weeks earlier than normal in...

Goldstein Fitness Center is now open for residential student use for the first time since March of 2020.

Goldstein Fitness Center is back in action

Kerry Mannix February 8, 2021

 Pace’s Goldstein Fitness Center reopened Monday after being closed for almost a year due to COVID-19. The center is limited to student use until further notice. Students have to make reservations...

Pace Fit will reopen this Monday, February 8, from 10-3. It will be open Monday-Thursday and closed Friday-Sunday.

Pace Fit reopens for the first time since last March.

Emily Teixeira February 6, 2021

On Monday, February 8, Pace Fit will reopen. They will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 pm. Monday through Thursday and closed Friday through Sunday. In order to limit risks of spreading COVID-19, there will...

Students and Professors bombed with insults and inappropriate content

Multiple zoom raids are disturbing student's classes with racial slurs and inappropriate content
Amber Brouwer February 5, 2021

Imagine the following: You are quietly listening to your Zoom meeting and all of a sudden you hear monkey sounds. You have no idea where it’s coming from and whether other students can hear it as well,...

 The Pace Perk Café’s renovated entrance contains a set of glass doors with white framing.

New menu, new doors: Perk Café enters spring semester with an upgrade

Brianne Gonzalez January 30, 2021

As the spring semester commences, Pace Perk Café implements new additions to the menu to allow students to personalize milkshakes, ice cream, and ice cream sandwiches. Perk, also, underwent construction...

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