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Women’s soccer defeats Pace University

Andrew Tantillo - Special to the Southern News

Despite sporadic down pouring and slippery field conditions, the SCSU Women’s Soccer team played with enough consistency and stability to beat Pace University, 2-0, at Jess Dow Field on Wednesday night, extending its unbeaten streak to eight straight matches. 880 more words

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The Jig is Up on Janet Difiore, A Re-Examination of The Investigation of The Death of DJ Henry

On March 8, 2012, Magistrate Judge George A. Yanthis ruled that key elements of the DJ Henry shooting that was previously withheld will now be released to the public, including detective’s notes associated with the shooting, all video and audio of police interviews with witnesses, 911 calls, more than 100 witness statements and police radio transmissions on the night of the shooting. 1,650 more words

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The Plan: 140 William Street

At the start of the current school year last month, Pace University unveiled the second phase of its renovation project at Pace Performing Arts’ home at 140 William Street. 347 more words

Introducing Our Newest Writer – Brett Myers!!

From Georgia to New York, Brett has seen the best of what the East Coast has to offer. He joins us with an extensive background in communications and experience with such popular websites as BuzzFeed. 150 more words

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Ossining's Stefanie Svoboda commits to Pace

All area athletes — especially younger ones — should take a good hard look at Stefanie Svoboda.

Watch her, study her career at Ossining and then learn from it; because Svoboda is the epitome of waiting for an opportunity and then seizing it when it presents itself. 211 more words

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Week Two: Settled? Not yet.

My second week of class has come to an end, and as I reflect on this past week (while reading about the new rules of marketing… no, really, it’s actually interesting), excitement for this new season of my life is beginning to swell my heart. 584 more words

Rules for Engagement: How to Build Your Connections

EACE Blog contribution by Bless Vaidian, Pace University Career Services and Founder, Career Transitions Guide

This month I gave a workshop on LinkedIn and shared my set of ‘rules for engagement’ and how to build your connections.   635 more words

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