The Paw Print

From September 2009 to May 2011, Michael Oleaga served various roles for Pace University’s campus newspaper The Paw Print. He started as the photographer before becoming feature editor in December 2009. In April 2010, Michael was promoted to managing editor. Despite the heightened responsibilities, he managed time to still write for the campus newspaper. In May 2011, The Paw Print was revamped into The Pace Chronicle with Michael becoming editor-in-chief.

Articles as Managing Editor (Sept. 2010 – April 2011):

Majors in Department Shuffle: Merger of Economics, History, and Political Science

The Dyson College of Arts and Sciences has merged another department earlier this month, merging the economics, history, and political science departments.

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Pace Student Fatally Shot: University Mourns Death of DJ Henry

The Pace community lost a member when junior Danroy “DJ” Henry was shot by Mount Pleasant and Pleasantville police in Thornwood in the early hours of Sunday morning.

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Investigation on DJ Henry’s Death Continues: Police May Have Used Excessive Force on the Evening of DJ Henry’s Death

The Pleasantville campus is still adjusting to the fatal shooting of Pace football player Danroy “DJ” Henry in the village of Thornwood in the early morning of Oct. 17.

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Westchester County’s Greenest Towns Receive Green Star Awards

After five months of interviews conducted by Pace students, set out to address issues related to environmental health, climate change, and sustainability throughout several dozen towns in Westchester County, the “greenest” towns were announced at the Green Star Awards on March 24.

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Articles as Feature Editor (January 2010 – April 2010):

Life After the Diploma: The Reality of the Job Life After Graduation, Part One

“One plan is never a secure measure to take for preparing for one’s life after graduation. There must be several because in these tiring economic times nothing is certain”, said Ardijana Gojani, a senior majoring in political science whose set to graduate in May. She, along with most seniors has set their minds as to what they’ll be doing once receiving their diploma. However, will it lead them to a successful career?

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Life After the Diploma: The Reality of the Job Life After Graduation, Part Two

The Executive Director of the Cooperative Education and Career Services, Jody Queen-Hubert, shared a similar statement made by Gojani in regards to the current economic situation and how it is also the student’s responsibility to maintain a job position, not just the university.

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The Fulbright Scholarship Program

If you consider yourself as smart, well spoken, an extrovert, and enjoy the possibility if traveling to a foreign country for one full year, then the Fulbright Program may be for you.

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