Girl Code (NYC)
Finals are around the corner. That’s not funny, but you know what is? Stand up comic and star of Girl Code Jessimae Peluso, who’s coming to Pace on April 10.
You may sympathize with her fear of children or totally get her infatuation with John Stamos. On Thursday, April 10, P.A.C.E Board hosts a night of comedy, featuring Jessimae Peluso, at 9:00 p.m. in the Student Union.
She’s made appearances on The Bethenny Show and Chelsea Lately, but chances are you know her from MTV’s Girl Code, where she regularly talks about ****, *****, *******, and flatulence. (What? We’re a University publication…)
The event is free and will also include food.
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