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41 Park Row Lower Level Lounge Open to First Floor

Master Plan: 41 Park Row

Over the next year, 41 Park Row will be changing its look to accommodate more students into its space and give a face to the University’s art gallery. The building, which is the former New York Times building, will be getting most of its renovations within


John Kerry responds to UN resolution on Israeli settlements

In a speech given this morning, Secretary of State John Kerry rebuked the accusation that the United States crafted the United Nations Security Council resolution on Israeli settlements. The controversial resolution is one of the toughest passed during the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, demanding that Israel “immediately


Trump wins the 2016 Presidential election

In the early hours of the day, the United States selected its new president. With 276 electoral votes, Donald J. Trump was selected as the new President of the United States. He will be inaugurated on Jan. 20, 2017, along with his Vice President, Mike


Student emails hacked in search of “embarrassing content”

On Wednesday, Nov. 2, an Arizona man was arrested for hacking into the student email accounts at two universities, including Pace University. Jonathan Powell, 29, also accessed student directories and login portals at 75 other higher-education institutions across the nation. The U.S. Attorney’s office report

Black Lives Matter Silent Protest

Students advocate for #BlackLivesMatter

As the country continues to hear stories of black men and women facing injustice, students at the University have decided to host their own protests to make their statement. Recently, The Pace Press had the chance to speak with the Dean of Students, Marijo Russell-O’Grady and


Father of four, Terrence Crutcher, shot by Oklahoma officer

The #JusticeforTerrence hashtag surfaced on Sept. 18. after Terrence Crutcher, a 40 year-old man, was shot and killed by Tulsa, Oklahoma police. Crutcher’s car was broken down in the middle of the street when police received reports of an abandoned vehicle blocking the road. Crutcher

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