Setters Rest Stop 2020 (NYC)
Thanksgiving meal giveaway. Q&As with Broadway stars. Virtual divination session. Yoga and meditation. Watch parties. It’s the end of the Fall 2020 semester, and the Student Development and Campus Activities (SDACA) are celebrating in style!
Monday, November 16
Thanksgiving Meal Giveaway and Pick-up
5:00 p.m. | Register for the Thanksgiving meal giveaway
Come grab a Thanksgiving meal! Select a time slot to pick up your meal. Please adhere to the time slot you signed up for so we can ensure social distancing and avoid crowding.
Q&A With Ashley Park
Monday, November 16 | 5:00 p.m. | Register to attend the Q&A with Ashley Park
Join the SDACA team for a virtual Q&A with Ashley Park! Famous for starring in Broadway’s Mean Girls and Netflix’s Emily in Paris, Park will be joining us for a Q&A exclusively for Pace students.
Tuesday, November 17
Insomnia Cookie Giveaway
2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. | Student Center, Tabling Hub
Did someone say Insomnia cookies? These delectable delights are perfect for late-night snacking while you cram for that next exam. Stop by to stock up!
Home for the Holidays
3:30 p.m. | Meeting ID: 932 0436 4422 Password: 3004
Gather virtually with the SDACA team and your friends for this special event leading up to the holiday season. Most of us may be apart, but we Setters stick together.
Wednesday, November 18
Paint By Number Kit Giveaway
12:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m. | Student Center, Tabling Hub
This is the perfect introduction to painting, and a fun creative outlet for anyone who might want a unique way to express themselves! Come grab your set at the giveaway.
Thursday, November 19
6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m. | Register to attend the virtual divination session
Tarot reader, palm reader, and handwriting analyst Raven will be hosting an exclusive online event for Pace students who might be interested in looking beyond the ordinary. What does your future hold?
Friday, November 20
Hamilton Watch Party
7:00 p.m. | Follow the SDACA Instagram account for the link
Don’t throw away your shot! Join the SDACA team for their special watch party of the hit Broadway musical Hamilton. You must have a Disney+ account to participate.
Monday, November 23–Friday, November 27
With the end of the Thanksgiving break and end of the Fall 2020 semester edging closer, SDACA will be sending daily reminders and activities on their Instagram account. Be sure to follow during this week for all the latest updates!
Monday, November 30
Yoga With Shannon
6:30 p.m. | Meeting ID: 988 3124 2900 Password: 171847
Sign in for a stress-relieving yoga session with one of Pace’s favorite instructors: Shannon Haick. She’s the director for the Advising Center for Exploring Majors, and a long-time yoga expert on campus.
Q&A With Adrianna Hicks
7:00 p.m. | Register to attend the Q&A with Adrianna Hicks
Join SDACA for a virtual Q&A with Adrianna Hicks. She’s the star of Broadway’s Six, Aladdin, and The Color Purple, and she’ll be joining us for a Q&A exclusively for Pace students.
Tuesday, December 1
Frozen Sing-a-Long and Q&A With Patti Murin
7:00 p.m. | Register to attend the Q&A with Patti Murin
Join SDACA for a Frozen sing-a-long and virtual Q&A with Patti Murin. Formerly starring in the role of Anna in Broadway’s Frozen, Murin will be joining us for an event and Q&A exclusively for Pace students.
Wednesday, December 2
Check-in: How Are You Doing?
1:00 p.m. | Meeting ID: 577 270 0801 Password: 707243
Meet with the SDACA team and your fellow Setters for an afternoon check-in. Where are you at? What are you facing? They’re here to listen.
Thursday, December 3
Yoga With Shannon
9:30 a.m. | Meeting ID: 988 3124 2900 Password: 171847
Start your morning with a little stress-relieving yoga session led by one of Pace’s favorite instructors: Shannon Haick. She’s the director for the Advising Center for Exploring Majors, and a long-time yoga expert on campus.
Friday, December 4
Virtual Escape Room
12:00 p.m. | Registration for the virtual escape room will be on SDACA’s Instagram
Think you can puzzle your way out of a virtual escape room? Sign on with your friends or tackle this challenge alone—it’s sure to be a real brain teaser, and plenty of fun, too.
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The Talk Show Host
The results are in! On Thursday, April 22, join us for the NYC Campus English Department Writing Awards ceremony honoring excellence in writing across genres. There will also be a special reading of new works. Let’s get inspired.
2021 English Department Writing Awards
On Tuesday, April 20, catch an exclusive screening of From Here, a documentary about an international generation’s fight for belonging in an era of rising nationalism. A live Q&A will follow with filmmaker Christina Antonakos-Wallace and others.
From Here Screening and Q&A