In The Media
Marketing executive and alumnus Richard Bourque '00 draws inspiration for his creative process from his Art History degree, strong work ethic, and desire to make positive progress in the world.
Lead author Anthony Mancini of Pace University in New York cites the example of the Virginia Tech campus shootings, which inspired his research, to illustrate this concept.
On May 16, 2022, Pace University spent a joyful day celebrating the Classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
Pace's Producing the Documentary course gives students a hands-on experience in filmmaking—from pre-production, to shooting on location, editing, and so much more. Read how student Adam Ng got his feet wet (literally) this semester while filming the latest Pace Doc.
At 14 years old, Shahab Gharib is not your typical Pace student. Here is his extraordinary story.
Researchers at Pace dive deep into hip hop’s emotional undercurrents.
A new cohort of leaders at Pace’s School of Performing Arts is embracing change and continuing to enable students’ professional success—all while guiding the way toward a more equitable arts community.
Selected for the Minority Fellowship Program by the National Board of Certified Counselors, Ashley Davis ’22 is paving her own path in mental health counseling.
If you’re looking for shows to add to your streaming queue this summer, Dyson alumni have scored big roles across genres and platforms.
Nina Freeman '12, English, a leading indie game designer, infuses her work with a poetic sensibility far from the tone of mainstream shoot-’em-ups.