Winter Welcome Week (NYC)
The weather may try to convince you otherwise, but the first week of the semester is gonna be sizzling! Broadway shows, pro sports, accomplished speakers, and more are teaming up with Pace for what’s sure to be a crazy-fun Winter Welcome Week!
Before the coursework piles up, be sure to take advantage of some excellent Winter Welcome Week events, which range from informative, to community-oriented, to just plain entertaining. To make the most of your early semester days, check out what we’ve got going on:
An American in Paris: Broadway Series
Tuesday, February 2 | 7:00 p.m.
Usher in the new semester with the Tony Award winning musical and classic story about an American soldier and mysterious French woman starting anew in the aftermath of the Second World War. An American in Paris earned more awards than any other musical during the 2014–2015 season, and Pace students can see it for the cool price of $40—a true steal for Broadway! Reserve a seat. Tickets are limited.
Women’s Basketball vs. Adelphi
Wednesday, February 3 | 5:30 p.m. | Civic Center Gym
Cheer on Pace as the Setters gear up for the stretch run and look to outclaw the Panthers of Adelphi University. Pace already defeated Adelphi earlier this year, and can earn permanent NE-10 bragging rights with a season sweep. It’s college basketball time, baby!
An Evening with Daymond John: The People’s Shark
Wednesday, February 3 | 6:30 p.m. | Schimmel Theatre
Daymond John, the CEO of FUBU, who has brought his savvy entrepreneurial know-how to the national stage as an investor on ABC’s hit show Shark Tank, is coming to Pace courtesy of ALPFA! Head to the Schimmel on Wednesday, February 3, for some can’t-miss insights and tips on how to succeed in the ever-competitive business world. More info here.
Spring Activities Fair
Thursday, February 4 | 12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m. | Location TBA
Is sketch comedy calling your name? How about Alternative Spring Break? SDACA is proud to present the spring rendition of the Student Activities Fair. As your college experience continues to evolve, be sure to stay fresh on all the emerging clubs and organizations that can elevate your time at Pace to even greater heights!
Setters Leaders Mentorship Program (SLMP) Meet and Greet!
Thursday, February 4 | 3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. | Meeting Room A
Mentorship makes the world go round. Learn how to get involved in SLMP’s many topical programs—including academics, meditation, yoga, and self-care—beginning February 22. For more on the necessities of Setter leadership, be sure to check out the upcoming Leadership Conference!
New York Knicks vs. Memphis Grizzlies
Friday, February 5 | 7:30 p.m. | Madison Square Garden
Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis, and the resurgent Knicks will look to continue their playoff push against the Memphis Grizzlies. If you’ve never caught a game at the newly renovated World’s Most Famous Arena, it’s a must. Plus, the Madison Square Garden area has just got a major upgrade in the realm of delectable food. To purchase discounted tickets ($75), visit the Pace Tickets website.
Kinky Boots: Broadway Series
Saturday, February 6 | 2:00 p.m.
Going to see Kinky Boots—one of the hottest shows on Broadway, now starring Tony Award-winning actor Wayne Brady—is a great way to spend an early semester Saturday. Even better, this can’t-miss ticket is being offered to Pace students for a significantly discounted $45! Tickets are limited, so purchase one today.
New York Islanders vs. Los Angeles Kings
Thursday, February 11 | 7:00 p.m. | Barclays Center
The New York Islanders have emerged as one of the better teams in hockey. And as of this year, they’re the new darlings of Brooklyn! Cheer on the Islanders in their inaugural season at the Barclays Center as they take on one of the league’s best teams in what could—maybe? possibly? you never know!—be a preview of the Stanley Cup finals.
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