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Watch Out Pace Setter, There's New Mascots on Campus

The following is a description of the cats and dogs, owned by Pace University faculty and staff, that have joined the University’s residential halls.

Meet Riley, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, typically seen with her owner, Resident Director Joyce Arias. 515 more words

NYFW :Men's

I know this is very late for my experience but so much has happened after the month of February that I am finally now getting the chance to sit down and write about my experience at New York Men’s Fall Fashion Week. 471 more words

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BBQ Sundays Begin at Elm Hall

Elm Hall hosted a barbecue on the quad on September 18, 2016.

The cloudy weather didn’t stop Professor Mike Finewood from grilling hot dogs and burgers, or Resident Director Tiffany Bermudez from handing out packages of Capri Sun and small bags of chips. 202 more words

Professor Collins Hosts Alumni Hall Movie Night

Professor Jane Collins joined Resident Assistants Amber Morgan and Jeremy Soto for a screening of Mean Girls on September 16.

The event took place in the Body and Mind Lounge located on the fourth floor of Alumni Hall. 187 more words

President and Provost Host Annual Lunch

On Thursday, September 15, Pace University’s President and Provost hosted their annual Welcome Reception in the Gottesman Room in the Kessel Student Center.

The event was open and free of admission to faculty and staff of the university, as well as students. 198 more words

Summer Places,Summer Faces

The summer. It’s a time of self exploration, summer flings, memory making and so much more. Generally when you ask someone about their summer they will tell you the first thing that they did this summer that was the most memorable.Today as I walking around campus and saw the many faces that make up pace I decided to ask them what was the most memorable thing they did and why. 6 more words

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Pace Remembers 9/11

“Dear Uncle, I miss you so much. I wish I had a chance to meet you. I bet your amazing. xoxo Lily.”

September 11, 2016, marked fifteen years since Lily’s Uncle and 2,995 others were immediately killed in an attack New Yorkers, and Americans across the Country will never forget.

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