A Change of Pace

The expansive and confident design is what first catches your eye, but far more is at work in this $60 million, 18-month-long reshuffling of campus. The University partnered with FXCollaborative, the architectural firm behind the Condé Nast Building and the Statue of Liberty Museum, to design spaces that strengthen existing connections and inspire new ones—on campus and off.

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Features

  • How NY’s State Senate Got Woke (It Took a Pace Grad.) It took the Democrats in the New York State Senate seven years to break up a group of their colleagues who had crossed party lines to form an alliance with the Republicans. It took the...
  • A female and male student in the new Pace building A Change of Pace Gorgeous New Spaces Bring the City In It takes only a brief stroll into the beautifully reimagined spaces at our landmark downtown buildings, One Pace Plaza and 41 Park Row, to understand...
  • World Without End Two Pace professors made a commitment to each other—and to wiping out nuclear weapons. Being instrumental in the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize was icing on the cake.

In This Issue

  • Pace University President Marvin Krislov and Provost Vanya Quiñones President’s Letter Letter From The President In late February, I presented my first State of the University address. After a year and a half at Pace, meeting so many students, faculty, staff, and alumni,...
  • Cooper shares a light moment with program chair Andreas Manolikakis. Star Power News Alumnus Bradley Cooper surprised Actors Studio Drama School students last fall as he reminisced with former professors about how his time there meant “...
  • The Sectra Table gives physician assistant students a 3D view of the vertebral canal. Slide Over, Cadaver News For more than five centuries of human anatomy study, the cadaver has been indispensable. The same holds true today—any doctor now practicing will not have...
  • Meet (back row, from left) Elizabeth DuPont ’18, Maile Makaafi ’19, Kathleen Laituri ’18, and Emily King ’19, all who made the cut from some 400 who auditioned down to 80. 10 Things to Inspire You News Rocking Radio City Can’t pick out the Pace Radio City Rockettes from the photo on our opener? Meet (back row, from left) Elizabeth DuPont ’18, Maile Makaafi ’...
  • Pace University Field Hockey Team A Setter Season to Remember News For Pace Athletics, 2018 was no ordinary year. Three teams saw unprecedented success, elevating their programs and setting the stage for even greater...
  • Thomas Mansley ’89 and Janice Mansley ’90 Class Notes Thomas Mansley ’89 and Janice Mansley ’90 met at Pace University while they were both working toward their MBAs. As fate would have it, they had a class...
A Fine Line “The first time I saw those famous eye-high kicks, I knew I had to become a part of the magic,” says Maile Makaafi ’19, one of four Pace Rockettes in the latest Radio City Christmas Spectacular.