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Monthly Archives: April 2017

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University students go the extra mile

The stories of upcoming entrepreneurs are always one to be applauded and marveled at. At the University, our school’s adage is “Opportunitas”, suggesting that all students from all walks of life can come to the University and be afforded the opportunity to a better life. Three

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SVA unveils renovated space

The University’s chapter of the Student Veterans of America christened its new space on Friday, April 21, celebrating the accomplishments of its members and the future of the program. The office on the ninth floor of 41 Park Row was once just ten feet square,

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Pace keeps networking event strictly Profashional

On Friday, April 7, the Pace Profashionals held their third annual event, Dress For Success. Held at Studio 450 in Midtown, the venue was crawling with University students looking quite pro-fashional. It was open to all University students, regardless of whether they were in the

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Pace presents Disabilities in Film Festival

On Thursday March 23, the Fifth Annual Disabilities in Film Festival took place at the University. Presented by the Dean for Students and the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, the film marathon was held to celebrate and empower those with developmental and

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Trump’s New Plan To Cut Arts Funding

Last week, President Trump announced his first proposed budget plan for 2018. With that budget, comes a substantial amount of cuts, and perhaps none more controversial than his plan to completely eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts. Although the annual budget for this independent