All’s Well That Ends Well (NYC)
School is almost out for summer, but before you go, check out the last of the NYC events including ALPFA's Fiesta, a trans* T-Party, Greeks through the decades, and more.
Wednesday, May 3
12:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. | C-Level Gym
The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) invites you to an end of semester party you don’t want to miss! The ALPFA Fiesta brings together dancing, music, and food from diverse students in the organization. Put on your dancing shoes, grab a plate, and start your party season off right!
Celebrating Trans Lives: First Annual T-Party
2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. | LGBTQA Welcome Center, 41 Park Row, 9th Floor
The LGBTQA and Social Justice Center is about to get fancy. They are proud to invite you to their first annual T-party, celebrating the lives of our transgender and gender non-conforming students. The aim is to bring attention to the accomplishments of transgender and gender non-conforming students as well as bringing the troubles they face to attention. The semester is coming to an end and finals are fast approaching, so take some time to relax with a nice cup of tea!
Fraternity and Sorority Night through the Decades
9:30 p.m. | C-Level Gym
Fraternity and Sorority Night is one of the biggest Greek nights of the semester! In the age old tradition of competition, Greek life students will be going head to head in various challenges and games. Come down and cheer for your favorite student organization as they put on comedy skits, themed dance routines, and other surprise sets. All are welcome to attend!
Thursday, May 4
Sabor Latino’s Rep Your Flag
12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Park Row, 810 Student Lounge
Student representatives from all around the world will be flying their flags at this annual event. Learn about your classmates and share your cultural pride.
Don’t forget to check out Holi celebration, known as the “Festival of Colors” on Monday, May 1, that was posted in The Pulse last week!
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Ethan McKellar ’24 and Jacob Selman ’24 are the brains behind F14Productions, a media production company that brings together collaborators from all over the Pace Community to create podcasts, short films, music, and more. Pretty incredible for first-year students.
The Business Partners
You’ve probably seen this art installation on the NYC Campus—it’s massive, multidisciplinary, and entirely built by first-year Pace students. They came together (socially distant) to create Unity, a 3D relief mural that stands as a message of hope and solidarity.
Unity Art Installation
Pace is taking student-faculty research to a whole new level. Apply by Monday, March 22, for the Virtual Student Research Day, and Wednesday, March 31, for the Provost’s Summer 2021 Student-Faculty Undergrad Research Awards. There are also a ton of info sessions, too.
Student-Faculty Research: Spring 2021