THE PACE CHRONICLE

Like my morning view, depicted above, our roads each have their own beauty.

Commuter Students: To Be Pitied or Envied?

Vesa Qosaj, Contributing Writer September 23, 2021
Yet, the real question that resurfaces as I start my first Fall semester is: “Am I really so sure of my decision to commute during what are supposed to be the ‘best four years of my life?’” 

Are students following university mask mandate?

Krissy Scott September 18, 2021

On Aug. 13, 2021, Pace University officially reinstated its mask mandate for the fall semester.  This decision came shortly after the CDC had curated a list of areas in the country with high community...

Too many textbooks, and too much money wasted.

5 things every first-year Pace student should know

Brianne Gonzalez August 27, 2021

Everyone’s first-year college story is different, but there’s one thing that is a universal experience - there is a lot to learn! As a warm welcome to Pace’s incoming students, here are five things...

Editor-in-Chief of The Pace Chronicle, Sequoia Cumming

Letter from the Editor: Fall 2021

Sequoia Cumming, Editor In Chief August 27, 2021

Greetings to the Pace community, As Summer ends and a new semester begins, I reflect back to entering Pace Pleasantville as a first-year student. It was a whirlwind of orientation, Week of Welcome,...

Ashling Dennehy 22 studying in her dorm at Pace Pleasantville.

How to become a successful college student

Krissy Scott August 26, 2021

These past two years have presented their fair share of challenges. And if you’re an incoming college student during a pandemic like I was, it’s probably presented to you even more! If you’re starting...

Pace Perk -- located in Martin Hall -- is a student-run business where students can find late night snacks like milkshakes, hot pretzels, and mozzarella sticks.

How to beat hunger pains at Pace PLV

Pasquale Noce, Contributing Writer August 25, 2021

Eating: It is something we all have to do. This fact is no less true in college, despite all of your other daily tasks. Some time between attending classes, completing assignments, and even doing laundry,...

Governor Mario Cuomo Bridge seen from Tallman State Park in Sparkill, NY. There are several state parks in Westchester County that await Pace students to discover.

A first-year student’s guide to Pleasantville and the Big Apple

Ibrahim Aksoy August 23, 2021

As the fall semester is right around the corner, Pace University is preparing to fully return to campus since the Coronavirus pandemic put a pause on in-person education during the spring semester of 2020....

Students Are Exhausted And In Need of A Spring Break

Students Are Exhausted And In Need of A Spring Break

Amber Brouwer April 16, 2021

As Pace University planned for the 2020-2021 school-year, some decisions were made. We started the Fall semester several weeks earlier to end the semester the first week of December. The Spring semester...

International students face hardships during COVID-19

International students face hardships during COVID-19

Amber Brouwer January 31, 2021

About a year ago I got the letter in the mail. The letter told me that I was accepted to Pace University. As a girl from this tiny country in Europe I couldn’t believe it. I got all my forms ready and...

Last year COVID-19 forced students to evacuate campus prior to the bloom of Spring.

Sophomores’ look to experience the beauty of Spring

Emily Teixeira January 30, 2021

An interesting thought occurred to me over the break: this is my sophomore year. Usually, this would mean that this is my second spring semester. Usually, this would mean that I am familiar with the springtime...

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