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The New Normal: Continuing to stay safe in the Green Zone

Lilah McCormack May 3, 2022

On Thursday, March 31st, Pace University lifted the mask mandates in classrooms and elevators. Masks are still required in healthcare environments, transportation, and some courses may individually choose...

With the approval of COVID-19 vaccines, more Americans are expected to travel in the following weeks.

Travel season is around the corner. Here’s what to know

Ibrahim Aksoy November 22, 2021

Millions of Americans are preparing for a vaccinated holiday season after a 20-month pause caused by the initial effects of the coronavirus pandemic. With the approval of the coronavirus vaccines and booster...

COVID-19 has changed the educational experience for students, teachers, and student teachers. Education majors have had to adapt to the ever-changing rules as they go about their class placements.

Pace Student Teachers Speak on the Effects of the Online/In-Person Transition

Emily Teixeira October 10, 2021

At Pace University, education majors spend the second half of their college careers student teaching. Typically, they receive their placements from Jennifer Argenta, Pace’s Director of School Partnerships,...

An Oxford AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. Pace University has officially mandated students to show a proof of vaccination for the fall semester.

COVID-19 vaccines eligibility increases; Closer to ‘Herd Immunity’

Ibrahim Aksoy, Contributing Writer March 28, 2021

Less than one year after the first coronavirus case was confirmed in the United States, a massive vaccination campaign has been launched by Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson. With Oxford AstraZeneca...

COVID-19 precautions has led to new campus layouts and flexibility for transitioning modalities.

Pace promotes flexibility in spring preparation

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor November 27, 2020

A semester and a half of Zoom may be behind us, but another semester of the hybrid format is to come. The COVID-19 pandemic has adjusted the college experience to social distancing, zoom courses, face...

As the Fall 2020 semester- the first on-campus semester to feel the effects of COVID-19- winds down, students and professors reflect on how it altered their experiences.

As the Fall 2020 semester comes to a close, students and professors reflect on their experiences

Emily Teixeira November 22, 2020

Years from now, the Fall 2020 semester will be one for the history books. It was the first full, on-campus semester impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Pace had to implement numerous changes to the way...

Rocco Odell and Ricky Valerio get ready to work at Pace Perk Cafe before the pandemic.

This virus means business: How has COVID-19 affected Pace’s on-campus food services?

Brianne Gonzalez September 19, 2020

Students working on campus at Pace are continuing to work with caution as COVID-19 continues to be a threat. Businesses such as Pace Delivers and Pace Perk Cafe have reopened and have altered operations...

Ariana Stoddard says she has attended her Writing for Advertising class in-person with Associate Professor Jennifer Magas. Pace is running on a mix of hybrid, in-person and remote courses. However, all faculty members are prepared to switch to fully remote if guidelines and transmission rates require it.

Pace reports COVID-19 positives; University launches COVID-19 dashboard

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor September 3, 2020

Pace has launched a COVID-19 dashboard, similar to other universities, to report COVID-19 cases.     As of Sept. 4, the Pleasantville campus had four students test positive and has 12 students in...

COVID-19 precautions has led to new campus layouts and flexibility for transitioning modalities.

Students to navigate new campus layout

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor August 20, 2020

Pace has taken a variety of steps to protect the health and safety of all students, staff and faculty. These changes have lead to alterations in a variety of spaces on campus. As classes begin and student...

Dyson hosts Zoom session with Students and Parents

Dyson hosts Zoom session with Students and Parents

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor August 12, 2020

Dyson hosted a zoom session to answer some last minute questions prior to the majority of students moving-in. Initially this zoom was intended to be held prior to student quarantine, but with the large...

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