Get Your Head in the Game
Dodgeball. Hip hop class. Fitness boot camp. Volleyball night (with food!). Step up, Setters—if you’re looking for a challenge this semester, look no further. These events will help work off stress and keep you focused.
Fit to Conquer Boot Camp
Monday, November 18
Monday, November 25 | 12:00 pm.–1:00 p.m. | Gym
Brought to you by Pace Intramurals, these two workout sessions (same time and location) are intended for everyone—whether you’re a fitness enthusiast or just starting out. Come learn the ropes of working together as a team and reaching your goals of getting in shape by pushing your body and mind. Who's leading the boot camp? Joseph Allen '20, of course.
Wednesday, November 20 | 6:00 p.m.–8:30 p.m. | Gym
Blow off some steam with the Chemistry Club at their volleyball tournament! All majors are welcome to participate, plus food will be served to keep you fueled up. Register your team of four for Volleyball Night and let the games begin!
Lastics Stretch Class
Friday, November 22 | 7:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. | Student Center East
Join Urban Sound for a master class in a full-body stretch to increase your flexibility. It’ll help you step up your game on the dance floor.
Afrobeats Dance Class
Monday, November 25 | 7:30 p.m.–10:00 p.m. | Aerobics Room, Goldstein Fitness Center
The Hip Hop Dance Club is busting a move—and sharing those moves with you! Learn from the pros in their exclusive dance class as they show off and share their skills with anyone interested in learning.
Friday, December 6 | 12:00 p.m.–2:30 p.m. | Gottesman Room
Now’s your chance to show off those dodgeball skills honed over many years pelting rubber balls on the playground. (It still haunts us. Yeesh.) Take aim, because Alpha Phi Delta is challenging YOU to a rousing game that’s sure to be as nostalgic as it is fun.
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Alexander Romans ’21 only started painting last summer, but he’s already taking the art world by storm. Known as Harris-Lee Rose, he’s been featured in art exhibitions both locally and internationally, and he’s even posting videos of his late-night painting sessions.
The Late-Night Artist
Are you a first-generation college student? Want to share a little bit about your story with the entire Pace Community? We want to hear from you! Submit to be featured on Orca screens across both campuses.
First-Gen Proud Campaign
Did you know Americans eat four times as much meat than the global average? On Friday, March 6, Dyson will examine this phenomenon at a one-day conference focusing on sustainability in the era of global heating.
The Future of Meat? (NYC)