THE PACE CHRONICLE

Keys to staying productive during virtual learning

Keys to staying productive during virtual learning

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

March 29, 2020

Remote learning, along with the stay-at-home order, is changing the way students learn, study and complete their school work. Distractions are easily attained and motivation may have spiraled downwards. However, there are some concepts that can be put in place to help attain a successful end to the semester...

Working at Target during COVID-19: No, we don’t have toilet paper

Sometimes I get pulled off the front end to help stock shelves.

Sequoia Cumming, Editor In Chief

March 26, 2020

As I enter the parking lot before my morning shifts, I can already see the crowd gathering 10 minutes before my Target location even opens... and I already know that my day is going to be chaotic. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered all non-essential businesses to close in New York state beginnin...

What it’s like to be stuck in a foreign country during the Coronavirus pandemic

Many students across the U.S. who have travelled during spring break are now stranded in another country due to the Coronavirus pandemic

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor

March 25, 2020

Whether students choose to travel to the sun-kissed coasts of southern Florida or the Caribbean, go back to their hometown to visit family and friends or just stay on campus to work, spring break gives them a well-deserved break from the daily chaos that college life can bring. But what happens when...

Patience for all during this transition time

For now, the PLV campus will remain primarily quiet as students and non-essential faculty will be working from home.

Katie Walsh, Feature Editor

March 22, 2020

The past few weeks have been a whirlwind of a mid-wark of the semester. From the uncertainty of the impact COVID-19 would have on spring break, to the movement of remote learning prior to break, and extended after break, to then the notification to move out of the dorms and finish the semester online....

Letter from the editor: Student Newspaper Updates

Christina Bubba, Editor-in-Chief

March 19, 2020

As Pace transitions to virtual learning for the remainder of the semester, The Pace Chronicle will continue to serve the Pace community as your trusted news outlet. Although we will no longer be producing our monthly print edition for April or May, we will continue to release news each week on a rol...

What it’s like to be sick during the COVID-19 pandemic

Anyone who is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 should take proper precautions in regards to social distancing.

Christina Bubba, Editor-in-Chief

March 16, 2020

This year's regularly scheduled common cold, allergy and flu seasons have been interrupted by COVID-19 panic. Whether it is coming from the CDC, the news or even meme culture, the coronavirus is all anyone is talking about. We were all cautioned to take our hygiene practices extra seriously and avoid...

The line between appreciation and appropriation

The youngest of the Jenner/Kardashian sisters received backlash for posting this picture of her wearing cornrows.

Sheena Williams

February 24, 2020

Lately, if you check any entertainment news outlet, you’ll see at least one story about a celebrity being slammed for “cultural appropriation.” Celebrities like the Jenner/Kardashian family, who are notorious for wearing traditionally black hairstyles and adopting aesthetics from cultures other...

‘One-hit wonders’ and why they’re so wonderful

Music plays such an important role in any one individual person's life. Whether you own up to this fact or not, music as an entirety, is the soundtrack of our lives.

Kaitlyn Talenti, Contributing Writer

February 4, 2020

"Come on Eileen," I mean seriously. we are dying to know what your secret is. One of the greatest "one-hit wonders" of the ’80s, "Come on Eileen" was a song created by Dexys Midnight Runners in the UK. When you listen to the upbeat, fun, catchy song, you instantly develop a sense of enjoyment. Why?...

From trash to stink bugs: the lack of cleanliness on campus

Students often leave common spaces like Kessel and the residence hall lounges with trash for other students or the cleaners to clean up.

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor

December 14, 2019

When students think of words to describe Pace University’s Pleasantville campus, chances are that words like close-knit, rural, or even expensive come to their minds before words like unclean or messy do. But while the campus has a terrific overall aesthetic and certainly is not the dirtiest or messiest...

Students can take advantage of opportunities and events offered at Pace

By not taking advantage of a lot of the opportunities Pace can offer them, some students are going against the university's motto opportunitas.

Stefano Ausenda, Contributing Editor

December 7, 2019

Pace's tuition and housing costs are higher than most schools in the surrounding area, especially compared to schools in the SUNY and CUNY systems and the costs are more likely going to continue to increase. So it is understandable how some students from all three campuses may feel let down by the university...

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