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Everyone’s favorite superhero is back with Captain America: The Winter Soldier

  The patriotism of WWII glory has been replaced with a gritty paranoia in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Marvel Studios and Disney return to the silver screen with their newest movie in the Avengers franchise on March 4. The movie begins with Steven Rogers (Chris Evans), better known as the Captain, still struggling to […]

No-Diet Diet: Your New Healthy-Eating Plan

Healthy eating is not about strict diets, staying unrealistically thin or depriving yourself of the foods you love to eat. Rather, it’s about feeling great, having more energy, stabilizing your mood and keeping yourself as healthy as possible with good choices, which can be achieved by learning some nutrition facts and using them in a […]

Goodbye winter fat: spring cleaning for your body

Wintertime is notorious for comfort foods, decreased energy levels, less physical activity, and more time bundled up on the couch. On average, people gain around 3 to 7 pounds each year around the cold season. Most people never lose that weight, allowing it to add up over the years. However, after a long cold winter, […]

Arthur: Aardvark for the ages

30 March 2014

“Hey, what a wonderful kind of day!” greeted the creative Emmy-nominated team behind the famous animated character Arthur the Aardvark at this year’s New York Comic Con. The Pace Press had the opportunity to attend a panel exploring the ages of the aardvark celebrity and why it is such a hit with many viewers of […]

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Veg-heads unite in NYC

30 March 2014

Every year, the U.S. Veg Corp puts on the NYC Vegetarian Food Festival in an attempt to promote a vegetarian and eco-friendly lifestyle. Even for those who may not be a vegetarian, or especially for those who are vegan, the event is fun and informative if you value eating healthy and want the knowledge that […]

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Queens gets a Shakespearean ‘Night’

30 March 2014

As the lights went down, the audience was greeted with thunderous, wave sound effects and the sight of actors swinging from ropes entwined into the image of a sail. What looks like an avant-garde lyrical movement piece at first, soon becomes more aggressive and filled with anxiety until the music stops and the actors fall […]

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Titanic: The Musical crashes into Lincoln Center

30 March 2014

All aboard! Titanic: The Musical rose back from the bottom of the ocean in a special concert performance. With original music and lyrics by the famous Maury Yeston, the return of this beautiful Broadway masterpiece had an audience reminiscing in joy and sadness alike. On Monday, Feb. 17, Manhattan Concert Productions presented a live concert […]

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University sophomore starts strategic technology partner company

18 March 2014

Amit Shah, a sophomore at the University studying business administration is making waves. During Shah’s sophomore year of high school, he founded AIT Consulting Solutions, an acronym for Amit Information Technology. AIT Consulting Solutions operates as a strategic technology partner, working with small start-up businesses and even large franchises, through mobile and web development, website […]

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Spotlight: Communications major opens doors for students

18 March 2014

The amount of students opting to identify as a communications study major is becoming increasingly popular among the University’s students. This may very well be because the program is packed with a wide variety of classes ranging from mass media courses to persuasive speaking. Many students are realizing that a Bachelor of Arts in communications […]

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