The Pace Chronicle

The Pace Chronicle came to light when several Pace University students decided to help improve and revamp the campus newspaper. The staff elected Michael Oleaga as editor-in-chief and led the way of the overhaul such as the new name of the newspaper, layout, introduction of opinion columns, features, and tackling topics not previously covered.

The revamped newspaper won awards from the New York Press Association and the American Scholastic Press Association – the first awards for the campus newspaper since 1998. In addition, The Pace Chronicle was highlighted by several news organizations such as The Journal News, News 12 Westchester, The Daily Voice, Patch, and more.

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This is The Pace Chronicle: A ‘New Morning’ for The Paw Print

Following several months of careful deliberation, the editorial staff of Pace Pleasantville’s student-run campus newspaper committed to an overhaul of its name, philosophy, and mission. 

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How to Deal: With a Parent with Cancer

She was angry, didn’t know what to do, what to think, and thought her family, particularly her mother, had gone through many difficult obstacles, but now sophomore Loren Alexander and her family has another challenge that they seek to defeat – breast cancer.

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Teacher Feature: Professor Paul Londrigan

A political mind focused on conflict and resolutions, turned third-grade teacher, now political science professor at Pace sums up Professor Paul Londrigan.

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Another Set of Issues Arise from Community Meeting

The aftermath of the Halloween weekend snowstorm in the Briarcliff campus, updates of the Master Plan, and concerns for graduate students were among the focus of the community meeting held on Nov. 2 [2011].

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Journalism Will Die Faster at Pace than Print-Journalism in the US

The Communication Arts and Journalism program at Pace, otherwise just known as the journalism major for short, will cease to exist faster than the assumption that newspapers across America will die off, and it appears that absolutely nothing is being done by administrators to improve it.

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‘Outstanding’ Victory for Pace-Westchester Model United Nations Team

In a competition with over 185 universities from around the world, the Pace-Westchester Model United Nations team beat expectations and won Outstanding Delegation, the equivalent of first place.

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New Chief Financial Officer in Town

Pace President Stephen J. Friedman named a new executive vice president (EVP), chief financial officer (CFO), and treasurer to succeed Robert Almon, who held the position as an interim for the last 18 months.

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One on One with the Senior Vice President & Senior Administrative Officer

Pace President Stephen J. Friedman has retitled Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer William McGrath’s position as the new Senior Administrative Officer for the Westchester Campuses of Pace.

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Senior Goodbye: Leaving an Imprint for Collegiate Journalism

You’re currently reading The Pace Chronicle, and for that, I thank you.

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The Pace Chronicle Inaugural Issue – Volume I, Issue I – Sept. 14, 2011

First edition of The Pace Chronicle, ever, and under Editor-in-Chief Michael Oleaga. The inaugural edition was included and recognized for “General Excellence” by the American Scholastic Press Association.

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