Clubs: Media and Entertainment
Whether you’re interested in writing, reporting, TV, or concert-planning, Pace has got you covered. Now back to you, Jillian!
CHROMA: Pace’s art and literary magazine, CHROMA publishes students’ original fiction, poetry, prose, artwork, and photography. CHROMA, which is Latin for “voice,” provides a medium through which students can creatively express themselves. To learn more, check out their website and SetterSync page.
Her Campus: Her Campus is a way for collegiate women to contribute to the Her Campus website and share their advice or report on topics ranging from style, beauty, health, love, entertainment, life on their campus, and more. For more information, visit the Her Campus SetterSync page.
Disney Fan Club: a new, rapidly growing organization looking to bring together students who have a similar interest in Disney! For more information, check out the Disney Fan Club SetterSync page.
Film Appreciation Club: creates a welcoming atmosphere for students who love and appreciate film. Students interested in media can finally be surrounded by a community who share each others' passions, work together, and create film. They host movie-themed events including movie trivia, riff nights, and movie nights. For more information, check out the Film Club SetterSync page.
Pace Original Style Etiquette (POSE): is an organization that promotes the culture of fashion and style across campus through social media campaigns, hands-on learning workshops, educational excursions, and open forums. For more information, check out the POSE SetterSync page.
Pace Presentia: formerly known as Legend or just the yearbook, Presentia means presence in Latin, and Pace Presentia staff are committed to documenting, encouraging, enhancing, supporting, and showcasing the unwavering presence that PLV has to offer. For more information, check out Pace Presentia's SetterSync page.
Programming Board: a student-run organization that keeps the campus thriving with consistent events including Common Hour Chaos, weekend programs, Springfest, and more. Check out the Programming Board website and SetterSync page for more information.
Spoon University: is the Pace University chapter of the online food publication that allows foodies/students to learn, share recipes and tips, and talk about all things food. Visit the Spoon University website and SetterSync page for more information.
The Pace Chronicle: this award-winning newspaper offers the latest updates and news both on and off-campus. Interested in writing or photography? Email The Pace Chronicle and check out their SetterSync page.
Aphros Literary Magazine: a collection of poetry, prose, artwork, and photography submitted by Pace students, faculty, staff, and alumni and run by Pace students, Aphros has been around for more than 50 years. Email Aphros and visit their SetterSync page for more information.
Her Campus: Her Campus is a way for collegiate women to contribute to the Her Campus website and share their advice or report on topics ranging from style, beauty, health, love, entertainment, life on their campus, and more. Visit the Her Campus SetterSync page for details.
Legend Yearbook: the group who puts together Pace’s yearbook each year, and the one you'll want to join if you're interested in becoming legen—wait for it—dary. Email the Legend Yearbook staff and check out their SetterSync page for more information.
Programming and Campus Entertainment (P.A.C.E.) Board: they’ve brought you some of Pace’s most entertaining events including Amateur Night; Homecoming concerts featuring 2Chainz, Kanye, Busta Rhymes, Big Sean, Wynter Gordon, Fabolous, and Keri Hilson; Live.Love.Laugh, which included R&B singer Mario; cultural celebrations; and much more! Check out the PACE Board SetterSync page for more information.
POP TV: designed for Pace students interested in all aspects of television broadcasting to be involved in the following processes: production, editing, hosting, management, finances, lighting, promotions, story development, directing, sound, graphic design, communications, etc. If you are a first-year or transfer student and are interested in auditioning, email POP TV and visit their SetterSync page for more information.
Spoon University: is the Pace University chapter of the online food publication that allows foodies/students to learn, share recipes and tips, and talk about all things food. Visit the Spoon University website for more information.
The Pace Press: the weekly student-operated NYC Campus newspaper! In addition to writers, they're always looking for photographers and graphic designers. If you're interested in contributing, send an email to The Pace Press. For more information, check out The Pace Press SetterSync page.
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January Intersession 2021
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