In The Media
The Pace University Art Gallery is hosting, “Continued Relevance: New Photos from the George Stephanopoulos Collection,” a new exhibit featuring 54 images that were selected from a gift of more than 1,400 historic news photographs from the veteran news analyst and former White House communications director.
"There is a vast difference between audiences raising legitimate concerns about exploitative, LGBTQ-mediated representations and queerbaiting, and the online trolling of Kit Connor," says Melvin Williams, associate professor of communication and media studies at Pace University.
Pace University Art Gallery is pleased to present, “Continued Relevance: New Photos from the George Stephanopoulos Collection.” The new exhibit, which opened today and will remain on view through January 28, 2023, features 54 images that were selected from a gift of more than 1,400 historic news photographs from the veteran news analyst and former White House communications director.
Pace gets internships. At the New York Botanical Garden, Thomas Costella is exploring food justice through the Edible Academy and how the power of community can support food systems in New York City and beyond.
Through the Provost’s Summer Student-Faculty research program, Julian Clark ’25 delved deep into the multifaceted interplay between film-making and religious studies.
Mandi Karpo ’23, editor-in-chief of The Pace Press, recounts the extraordinary opportunity to attend the recent New York gubernatorial debate as the only student journalist in attendance.
Jan Mansley '90, Dyson Advisory Board member and vice president of NOVA Hope for Haiti, discusses her life-changing decision to devote her life to others, as well as how and why students should get involved in a greater cause.
Through the Master of Public Administration program and a partnership with the Westchester Children's Association, Sydney Moraitis '22 helped spearhead a survey that's drawing attention to digital access inequities among Westchester County families with children in grades K-12.
As a member of the pilot program for the Writing for Diversity and Equity in Theater and Media major, A'ishah Muhammad '25 is excited at how the program is continuing to grow, welcoming more voices and perspectives into their writers' room.
Dreana Henry '26 is among the first students to come to Pace specifically to major in Writing for Diversity and Equity in Theater and Media. She's fully embracing the industry connections she's already made, while looking forward to pursuing more opportunities the program—and New York City overall—have to offer.