Your Feature in The Pulse
Every Pace student has a story. What’s yours? Submit for an opportunity to be interviewed by The Pulse editor who will write up an exclusive feature all about you. We’ll share it with the entire community on Pace’s social media!
Way back in 2010, The Pulse—Pace’s official student newsletter—started out as a blog. Events were posted, announcements were made, and most importantly, stories were told. Your stories. We’ve been continuing that important tradition with a new series called “My Pace Path,” which has been elevating the unique voices of Pace students and highlighting their journey through college.
Maybe you’ve read a few of them:
- >> Alexander Romans ’21, “The Late-Night Artist”
- >> Kadija Shaw ’21, “The Client Relations Manager”
- >> Nathan Siegel ’20, “The PR Specialist”
- >> Aissatou Gningue ’22, “The Ardent Accountant”
- >> Peyton Wejnert ’20, “The Corporate Athlete”
And we want to tell your story, too! The process is really easy. All you have to do is send us an email with your name, pronouns, expected graduation date, and whatever interesting things you’ve been up to lately that you’d like to talk about. Are you an avid athlete? Passionate advocate of a cause? Aspiring entrepreneur of the next big thing? Whatever it is, we want to hear about it.
Once we have that info, we can send you a customized questionnaire to fill out and voilà—you’ll be featured directly in The Pulse! Not only that, but we’ll share your story in our newsletter via email as well as all Pace’s social media accounts. Let us shine a spotlight on all the amazing work that you do.
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