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Pace-OPoly: Media/Entertainment

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Whether you’re interested in writing, reporting, TV, or concert-planning, Pace has got you covered. Now back to you, Katie!

Campus Newspapers
The Pace Chronicle (PLV): Formerly known as The Paw Print, the Westchester Campus’ award-winning newspaper gives you the latest updates and news both on and off campus. Meetings are held in the Pace Chronicle Office on the 3rd floor of Willcox Hall on Mondays at 9:00 p.m. Interested in writing or photography? E-mail for more information. (OrgSync | Facebook | Twitter)

The Pace Press (NYC): Want to join the weekly student-operated NYC Campus newspaper? Send an e-mail to and let them know you’re interested in contributing. In addition to writers, the Pace Press is looking for photographers and graphic designers. Meetings are held most Mondays at 12:20 p.m. in room 902 of 41 Park Row. (Twitter | Facebook)

Radio Station
WPAW (PLV): From block parties to beats, PLV’s campus radio station is keeping you entertained via the airwaves, open mic nights, and more! E-mail for more information on joining. (OrgSyncFacebook | Twitter | Instagram)

WPUB Radio (NYC): NYC’s radio station broadcasts 24/7 and can be heard live on their website. Interested in becoming a DJ? Shoot WPUB an e-mail at: ( | Facebook | Twitter)

The Legend Yearbook (NYC): If you want to be legendary, then clearly you’re going to want to join the group who puts together Pace’s yearbook each year. To join, e-mail To order, visit and enter order #14182 (OrgSyncFacebook | Twitter)

Pace Presentia (PLV): In years past, they’ve also been known as Legend or just the Yearbook, but they redefined themselves during the 2013-2014 year. Presentia in Latin means Presence, and Pace Presentia staff are committed to document, encourage, enhance, support, and showcase the unwavering presence that Pace University Pleasantville has to offer. Email for more info. (OrgSync)

POP TV (NYC): 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 freshman or transfer student and are interested in auditioning, visit their Facebook. E-mail to get involved. (OrgSyncFacebook | Twitter | YouTube)

Literary Magazine (NYC):  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. E-mail them at (OrgSyncFacebook)

VOX (PLV): Pace’s art and literary magazine, VOX publishes students’ original fiction, poetry, prose, artwork, and photography. Vox, which is Latin for “voice”, provides a medium through which students can creatively express themselves. To learn more, check out their website or e-mail them at (OrgSync | Facebook | Twitter)


P.A.C.E Board (NYC): “Infamous for planning the most brag-worthy events, having the most innovative and effective promotions, and generating the largest event turnout of any student organization in NYC, P.A.C.E Board is the premier student organization at Pace University.” That’s their words, but who are we to argue? In the past, they’ve brought you some of Pace’s most entertaining events including Amateur Night, Homecoming concerts including 2Chainz, Kanye, Busta Rhymes, Big Sean, Wynter Gordon, Fabolous, and Keri Hilson, fall and spring fests, Live.Love.Laugh which included R&B singer Mario, cultural celebrations, scavenger hunts, and much more! (OrgSync | Facebook | Twitter)

Programming Board (PLV): The Pace University Pleasantville Programming Board is a student run organization that keeps the campus thriving with consistent events including Common Hour Chaos, weekend programs, Springfest, and more. (OrgSyncTwitter)

Her Campus Pace (NYC): 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. (OrgSync | Facebook | Twitter)

Social Media Club (NYC): provides a way for students to professionalize and monetize a social media page while teaching skills on how to effectively self-market and engage with their audiences. (OrgSync | Facebook)


Spoon University (NYC and PLV): 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. (NYC Instagram | PLV Instagram | PLV OrgSync | NYC OrgSync)

Is your organization missing from this list? E-mail us!