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Hillary and Chelsea Clinton discuss the book Gutsy Women

An Evening with Gutsy Women

Pace University welcomed gutsy women to the Pleasantville Campus on December 18, as Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton shared stories from their new book, The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience, a celebration of more than 100 trailblazing women throughout history who stood up to the status quo, asked hard questions, and got the job done. The last stop on the Gutsy Women tour for 2019, the event was moderated by acclaimed singer and actress and...

10 Things to Inspire You - Spring 2020

1. The Winner’s Circle Lubin School of Business graduate students Hifza Rahim ’19, Sushmitha Mudda ’20, and Manushi Dave ’20 won the A+E Networks’ 2019 Interactive Case Competition! Their innovative new streaming model, which capitalizes on ad skipping, beat out the competition. They qualified as one of the top four teams in the first round, and in the second, they beat out the likes of Carnegie Mellon, NYU, and Drexel. By the end, all three Setters swept the competition and won first prize. 2...
Senator Peter Harckham and Alun R. Gilpin ’21 with President Marvin Krislov

Pace’s New Student Veteran Center

“Veterans have unique needs, backgrounds, and contributions that they bring to campus. It’s important that they have a place to congregate, socialize, and share their stories, challenges, and experiences,” says Retired Colonel Peter Riley, director of Veteran Services at Pace. “This Student Veteran Center will provide them with just that—a safe and welcoming place that they need and deserve.” New York State Senator Peter Harckham announced last September that he has secured $200,000 in funding...
Peta-Gay Clarke ’15, Michael A. Clinton, and Eugene M. Tobin, PhD

Board Additions

This spring, Pace University added three new members to its Board of Trustees. Peta-Gay Clarke ’15 is a diversity manager and the program lead for Code Next at Google, where she works to improve diversity and inclusion in tech. She joined Google in July 2015, first as a community manager before moving to her current role in September 2018. In addition to her work at Google, Clarke serves as an adjunct professor at Pace University, teaching courses in the Seidenberg School of Computer Science...
Al Pacino, Ellen Burstyn, Kelsey Grammar, Carly Rae Jepsen, Megan Thee Stallion, Lupita Nyong’o, Greta Gerwig, Nadia Owusu ’05, and Michael Lally

Pace is the Place

From Academy Award winners and musical powerhouses to poets and scholars, here’s a look at some of the familiar faces that stopped by Pace in the last year. 1. Emmy, Tony, and Academy Award winner and Co-President of The Actors Studio Al Pacino (The Irishman, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood) was interviewed by Tony, Emmy, Golden Globe, and Academy Award-winning actress and fellow co-president Ellen Burstyn (Lucy in the Sky, Requiem for a Dream). 2. Kelsey Grammer (Cheers, Frasier) had his former...
Matt Day, Meredith (Dunbar) Day ’03, Kerry Winn, and Mike Winn with the late Joe O’Donnell.

Leaving a Legacy

Inducted into the Pace Athletics Hall of Fame in 2016, former Director of Athletics Joe O’Donnell oversaw one of the most successful eras in Pace Athletics history, which included 27 NCAA tournament appearances, involving three NCAA Regional Championships, three NCAA Elite 8 runs, and three NCAA Sweet 16 appearances. O’Donnell had added women’s soccer in 1998, hiring now-Head Women’s Soccer Coach and Associate Athletics Director Mike Winn. When O’Donnell passed away last summer, Coach Winn and...
From Left to Right: Brandon Jacobs ’21 and Peyton Wejnert ’20 of the Men's basketball team, and Jackie DelliSanti ’20 and Lauren Schetter ’21 of the Women’s basketball team

Setter All-Stars

Brandon Jacobs ’21 Men’s Basketball Jacobs broke three different program records for assists this past season, including the school’s all-time mark (475) which had stood for over 20 years. He also snapped his own single-season assists record, while dishing out a new program-best—19 in a single game. Peyton Wejnert ’20 Men’s Basketball Named CoSIDA Academic All-America of the Year, Wejnert finished an illustrious career slotted sixth in program history with more than 1,700 career points and more...
Pace, Men’s Lacrosse Coach Tom Mariano

Men’s Lacrosse Coach Takes the Lead

Coming off of his sixth season at Pace, Men’s Lacrosse Coach Tom Mariano has been named to a two-year term as President of the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) following three years on the organization’s board of directors. “It’s an honor to represent all the schools and players in college lacrosse,” said Mariano. “The USILA traces our lacrosse history back to 1882.” Based in Louisville, Kentucky, USILA is an association of member institutions and organizations with...
Pace’s Swimming and Diving teams participated in Westchester’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Giving back to the community is something that’s ingrained in Pace’s student-athletes, and community and civic engagement is something that the Setters pride themselves in. As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Pace’s Swimming and Diving teams donned their pink tees in support of finding the cure for a disease that affects more than 3.8 million people nationwide. The teams participated in Westchester’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk and worked to raise more than $1,500 for the...