Over a year has passed since University administrators were called upon to answer for failing to provide a convenient method for students with disabilities to access the second floor of Birnbaum library. Last January, The Pace Press sought to explore the widespread dissatisfaction with the
Students have recently begun to express concern regarding the funding of the $118 million construction project taking place on the Pleasantville campus. The University’s Westchester locations suffered a loss of $9.6 million in the 2013 fiscal year, which slightly increased in the 2014 fiscal year.
Upon returning from winter recess, students at the University can’t help but notice the recent massive construction overhaul. The University has constructed a brand new honors lounge, complete with new furniture, carpeting, painting and kitchen appliances, a $3.1 million update to the science laboratories, with
Recently, artists, fans, and industry insiders made their way across New York City for the annual fall CMJ Music Marathon. The festival is among the most important showcases for allowing discovery of new musicians. Performing rights organization Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI) celebrated the CMJ Music
Jon Foreman of alternative rock band Switchfoot, and Sean Watkins of folk/bluegrass band Nickel Creek have come quite a way since releasing their fortuitous first full-length self-titled album, Fiction Family in 2009. Just a few short months ago they celebrated the successful launch of their
Fifty years ago, the Marks family donated a substantial amount of land in Pleasantville, which became the grounds now known as the University’s Westchester campus. Classes were first held on Sept. 16, 1963. This year, the 50th anniversary celebration went into full swing on Sept.