It’s Showtime: Inside the Actors Studio is Back!

Inside the Actors Studio is about to kick off its season of tapings on the NYC Campus! On October 26, you have a chance to be hanging with Mr….>>Read More…

Cooper! Bradley, that is. You may know him from The Hangover, Wedding Crashers, or even He’s Just Not That Into You (don’t feel bad, it happened to the best of us), but you can thank Actors Studio dean James Lipton who schooled him years ago…really. 

In just a few weeks, Bradley Cooper will return to Inside the Actors Studio, and this time he won’t be asking questions as part of his master’s class. He’ll be sitting in the hotseat next to Lipton answering questions from his blue notecards, along with the famous ten Pivot questions. So if you want to hear Bradley Cooper tell you his favorite curse word (hint: it’s not *******) then head over to the Schimmel Theater on October 26 with your Pace ID to get your two tickets, space permitting, to the taping.

The next taping will be on November 10. Oh, you want to know who the guest will be? Well, we’re going to tell you….at a later time. For now, we’re going to Milk the attention for all it’s worth. The person in question is a male. One of his films grossed almost $900 million worldwide; he finished his degree at UCLA with a 62-credit quarter, and his name rhymes with “games panko.” Fine, you win. It’s JAMES FRANCO.

A Night of Struggles, Pride, and Film

Celebrate Latin@ Heritage and National Coming Out Month at a one-day film screening of independent filmmakers focusing on the experiences of being LGBT and Latin@ on October 18 in NYC. >>Read More…

Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Unid@s at Nuestra Lucha, Nuestro Orgullo, y Nuestra Voces—Our Struggles, Our Pride, and Our Voices, an evening of six films from talented filmmakers, beginning at 6:30 p.m. on October 18 in NYC.

The lineup is as follows:

Homenaje a Jorge Steven Lopez Mercado
Jorge Steven López Mercado, a 19 year-old college student, was discovered dead on November 14, 2009 in Cayey, a city located in Puerto Rico’s interior region. López was widely known as a volunteer for organizations advocating for HIV prevention and gay rights. His murderer pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 99 years in prison for his murder.

*Si nos Dejan
Todo por Placer
Two short pieces by Alejandro Murillo portraying aspects of gay life in Mexico. Watch and listen as music plays an important role in the development of the characters and the energy throughout these comedic films.

*Reina de Mi Misma
A documentary exploring the feminist work of Krudas Cubensi, also known as Las Krudas, an all-woman creative trio from Cuba. It focuses on the impact the trio has had in the Afro-centric and underground hip-hop spheres in La Habana and the United States.

*T con T
“What would a Cuban version of The L-Word look like?” This question prompted the formation of the T con T Collective and initiated the subsequent documentary-style video, which reflects the lived experience of a group of lesbians in Havana, Cuba.

*En el Fuego
Transphobia is an everyday problem around the world and in a religious and conservative city like Lima, Peru where transgender citizens are not protected by any specific laws, it can be downright dangerous. Despite the danger of living openly, these Peruvians prosper and persevere. They earn degrees, work with children, and stand up for themselves, affecting a change in the status quo for their LGBT community.

*Mariposa
A real-life story portraying Pichie and his mother as they learn and grow together through the lens of Pichie’s stolen and corrupted childhood. Watch him dress up, put make up on, and address more than just childhood self-discovery issues.

For more information, please contact Denise Belen Santiago at (212) 346-1546 or dsantiago@pace.edu.

Your Fairy Jobmother Pays Another Visit!

Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo! And magically, another big career fair appears at Pace. In less than a week, more than 50 employers will be on the PLV campus looking for you. Get ready! >>Read more…


Interested in an internship or entry level job at Simon & Schuster? Shhh, want to be a special agent for the United States Secret Service? How about a paid internship or position with some of the country’s most powerful acronyms: IBM, PwC, or EY?  Don’t miss this chance to network with more than 50 employers, find out about great opportunities, and get some giveaways at Career Services’ Pleasantville Job and Internship Fair on October 20. Check out who’s going, who’s hiring, and exactly what positions they’re there for! No matter what your major is, you’ll be sure to find an internship, job, or a great connection at the least, so stop by this once-in-a-semester kind of career fair.

Need to brush up on your interview skills? Head to a workshop on October 19. You can also get some resume writing help at a workshop on October 21.  Click here for additional dates and info on these workshops.

There’s No Place Like Home…coming!

That’s right Toto, we’re not in Kansas anymore. We’re in PLV and NYC, where for the next week and a half the wizards in Campus Activities will be breaking into their bag of tricks to bring you (and your families) a lineup of events unlike any other. So grab your fam and check out some fireworks and games and shows, oh my! All starting on October 14.

HomecomingFirst, Pace’s PLV campus kicks off Homecoming offering up a weekend, starting tonight, October 14, with a fraternity and sorority national step show. On October 15, make sure you’re wearing your Pace pride for Blue and Gold Day as you head to parades, BBQs, pep rallies, and even check out a firework display. Catch some football, volleyball, and soccer games going on around campus on October 16, along with a Fall Carnival and famous Fabulicious show.  Sunday, October 17,  includes everything from apple and pumpkin picking to brunch and Broadway. For a full list of events, click here.

Additionally, more than 30 businesses in PLV, including cupcakeries, restaurants, bookstores, and spas, will be offering a 10% discount for the Pace community. Make sure to print and bring the official coupon with you to receive your discount.

Don’t worry NYC, your campus has a heart too, with a lineup of homecoming fun beginning on Wednesday, October 20, with Oktoberfest and a fall carnival, and continuing the rest of the week with that concert we talked about here, variety shows, a jazz brunch, and much more! For more information on events and details on how to register, click here.

And make sure to keep up with our Facebook and Twitter for all the latest on Homecoming. Tweet your Homecoming whereabouts and shoutouts using hashtag #paceUHC to be featured on the Homecoming website. And you can also scan the code on your right with the Scanlife Mobile App (or by going to www.getscanlife.com) for a special message about Homecoming.

Dude, Where’s My Food?

If, like most of us, you find yourself asking that question, we’ve got your answer and it’s just a quick click away. Get the scoop on who’s serving up some sweets in NYC, PLV, and WP.

Chow down with CIAO! The Collegiate Italian American Organization serves up some sweets at a bake sale fundraiser for the Italian Welfare League of NYC on October 18.

Have yourself a helping of just des(s)erts as the Criminal Justice Society hosts the Hands on New York Day bake sale on October 18 in NYC.

Graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows, oh my! Get your s’more making on with Phi Sigma Sigma on the Gottesman Patio on October 19.

Stop by the Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) Oktoberbreast bake sale on October 20 in WP for some good treats for a great cause.

Things to Do Around Pace: Haunt It Edition

Halloween may be a few weeks away, but the haunted houses are already open…waiting to scare the bejeezus out of you.

Sleepy Hollow is definitely awake this time of year! The Hudson Valley’s most electrifying Halloween event has tickets available for October 21, 28, 31, and November 5-7, so you better act fast before tickets to the Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze (featuring more than 4,000 individually hand-carved, illuminated jack o’ lanterns) sell out. The scary part? Head to Horseman’s Hollow, which takes the tale of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow to its darkest extremes, on October 15-16, 22-24, and 29-30.

Also, be sure to check out Playland Amusement Park’s Scared by the Sound in Rye.  

Looking for a fun haunted house in NYC? Look no further than this list of reviewed haunts brought to you by Time Out New York.

And how could we forget surreal insane asylum Nightmare: Superstitions, NYC’s most horrifying haunted house and AOL Cityguide’s number one rated haunted attraction in NYC!? $15 student rush tickets are available one-hour prior to showtime and $20 tickets are available on October 17. Make sure to check out Couples Night discounts and New York College Night on October 26.

Also in NYC, Blood Manor Haunted House, which includes werewolves, vampires, zombies, clowns (the scariest if you ask us), offers up $20 tickets on students nights (October 17, 21, and 24). Who says education doesn’t pay?

Define Your Own Road in Life

Roadtrip Nation is making a pit stop at Pace next week and we want you to stop by and find out how you can get the show on the road (or vice versa). Roadtrip Nation believes in a life fueled by passion, and supports, empowers, and encourages individuals who want to define their own roads in life. Think MTV’s Road Rules…with heart.

The RV is pulling up to campus on October 19, so it’s time for you to hit the road, Jack. Head for the hills, Jill. Just get on the bus, Russ. Please don’t make us go on. Just get yourself over to the Roadtrip Nation event in NYC for a screening of footage from the PBS documentary series that follows the adventures and discoveries of road-tripping students as they cross the nation in search of insight. Students will also have the opportunity to apply to hit the road through the Behind the Wheel RV trips.

Roadtrip Nation encourages students to hit the road to interview people who have made lives out of doing what they love.  The Roadtrip Nation Campus Tour visits colleges and communities across the country, inspiring students to define their own roads in life.  Visit the Green RV on your campus and find out how to get involved in the Roadtrip Nation Movement and read more about Roadtrip Nation at http://roadtripnation.com/

Most of What We Know

Okay, so maybe it’s more like “pretty much all we know.” But here’s the scoop: Pace has a great lineup of acclaimed poets and fiction writers coming to campus to share their works over the next few weeks. First up, Christiana Louisa Langenberg, winner of multiple awards and Pushcart prize nominee will be in PLV on October 12 to read from her new collection of short stories, Half of What I Know.

Fall Fiction WritersOn October 12, Christiana Louisa Langenberg, winner of the Drunken Boat Panliterary Award for Fiction, Chelsea Award for Short Fiction, and a multiple Pushcart Prize nominee, will be reading from her bilingual collection of stories, Half of What I Know, taking questions from eager authors, and signing books in the Kessel Center from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Langenberg was born in the Netherlands and immigrated to the United States as a child where she was raised trilingually in rural Nebraska. Her stories have been published in American Literary Review, New South, Glimmer Train, Dogwood, LUMINA, So to Speak, Literary Salt, Carve, and Green Mountains Review, among others.

Then on October 25, Poets@Pace presents “a poet of mad wit and stunning anecdote,” Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winner James Tate, and celebrated poet Dara Wier, whose work “may not be for the faint of heart,” for a night of readings, Q&A, book signing, and refreshments in NYC. We’re sure their work will leave you Howl-ing for more!

Food for Thought

Fast Food Nation? Not at Pace. This month Pace organizations are treating you to a number of sweet homemade treats, and all for a good cause. So show you care and chow down!

Food for ThoughtGet a couple bucks ready for some serious sweet eats as Maria’s Tower Honors Floor hosts a bake sale on October 8 in NYC. Then, think pink…cupcakes! Help the Women’s Association of Law Students (WALS) raise money for their breast cancer walk at a bake sale on October 11 in WP. Also in WP, Phi Alpha Delta raises money for Oktoberbreast for Susan G. Komen breast cancer awareness at a bake sale on October 13.

The Changing Face of Warfare

On October 12, President Friedman hosts a discussion with one of our country’s most decorated veterans, former Commandant of the Marine Corps Ret. General Charles C. Krulak—giving you an insider’s view on the war in Afghanistan that you won’t get anywhere else. Join us in the Schimmel Center at 7:00 p.m. for this exciting event. Read more…

General Krulak served 35 years in the U.S. Marine Corps and his last position was as Commandant of the Marine Corps and as a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He commanded a platoon and two rifle companies during two tours of duty in Vietnam and held a variety of command and staff positions, including Deputy Director of the White House Military Office, Commanding General of the 6th Marine Expeditionary Brigade during Desert Storm, Commanding General of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, and Commanding General of the Marine Forces Pacific.

During his military service, General Krulak was awarded the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Silver Star Medal, the Bronze Star Medal with Combat “V” and two gold stars, the Purple Heart with gold star, the Meritorious Service Medal, the French Legion d’Honneur Commandeur rank, and many other decorations and medals.

Are You Coming Out?

Move over Diana Ross, it’s time to share the spotlight. October 11 marks National Coming Out Day, but we’ll be celebrating all month with movie nights, workshops, fashion shows, and more. The event kicks off with an LGBTQA Fair on Monday afternoon in One Pace Plaza. And if that isn’t music to your ears, check out what else is lined up for Pace Pride Month. Read more…

Coming Out DayThe National Coming Out Day and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning Fair put on by the LGBTQA Task Force, the Stonewall Coalition, and other departments will be held outside of One Pace Plaza on October 11 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The event will recognize the recent losses of six gay teens who committed suicide in response to bullying and harassment due to their sexual identity. It will include poets and anyone else interested in breaking the silence and speaking out against discrimination.

Then on Wednesday, October 13, Karla Jay, PhD, will be moderating a discussion on LGBTQ Violence in the meeting room of the student union from 12:20 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. As always, free pizza will be served. Check out the event on the Facebook event page.

On the 14th, NYC will host the first Queer Movie Night at 7:00 p.m. in One Pace Plaza’s Civic W603A featuring the movie “The Incredible Adventures of Two Girls in Love,” the first of six different movie nights spread throughout the semester. The Stonewall Coalition will also be sponsoring a series of bimonthly workshops.

Stay tuned for upcoming events in November including Not in Our Backyard, Drag Night, and a food and clothing drive for the Ali Forney Center. If you would like to learn more about these and other events and get involved on campus, become friends with the Stonewall Coalition and the LGBTQA Task Force on Facebook or e-mail them at: PaceNYCStonewall@gmail.com or PaceLGBTQACenter@gmail.com.

The Bard Is Back

This fall, Pace becomes a downtown destination for all things Shakespeare with four productions at the Schimmel. And with a special discount for Pace students, it won’t cost you a pound of flesh.

ShakespeareThis fall kick offs an exciting season of Shakespeare at Pace, featuring four performances from world-renowned theatre companies. First in the lineup: Romeo and Juliet, by Tony Award winning The Acting Company runs from October 22 to October 24. Then, Shakespeare’s Globe of London returns to Pace to perform The Merry Wives of Windsor October 28 to November 7. Theatre for a New Audience puts on The Merchant of Venice February 27 to March 13, starring Academy Award winner F. Murray Abraham, and The Acting Company rounds out the season with Comedy of Errors April 5 to April 17.

The best part of this lineup? Pace students get special discounts on both the season package and tickets to individual performances.

Subscribe to all four shows for just $99 (saving you almost $200) online by clicking HERE!

OR for single tickets

$35 for Orchestra seats – regularly $75
(code: StudOrch)

$25 for Orchestra Circle or Balcony seats – regularly $40
(code: StudBalc)

To purchase your single tickets, click HERE, or call 1-866-811-4111.

InsideTrack: The Changing Face of Warfare

Join President Stephen J. Friedman and one of our country’s most highly-decorated veterans, former Commandant of the Marine Corps Ret. General Charles C. Krulak, for an enlightening conversation about the concerns the United States military is facing in Afghanistan and around the world on October 12, at 7:00 p.m. in the Schimmel Center.

Inside TrackGeneral Krulak served 35 years in the U.S. Marine Corps and his last position was as Commandant of the Marine Corps and as a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He commanded a platoon and two rifle companies during two tours of duty in Vietnam and held a variety of command and staff positions, including Deputy Director of the White House Military Office, Commanding General of the 6th Marine Expeditionary Brigade during Desert Storm, Commanding General of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, and Commanding General of the Marine Forces Pacific.

During his military service, General Krulak was awarded the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Silver Star Medal, the Bronze Star Medal with Combat “V” and two gold stars, the Purple Heart with gold star, the Meritorious Service Medal, the French Legion d’Honneur Commandeur rank, and many other decorations and medals.

Maracas, Piñatas, Yo-Yos, and More

Ready to take that trek to Nepal, study along the Seine, or watch over wildlife in Zambia? Then globetrot your way on down to the Study Abroad Fair in One Pace Plaza on October 7, where you can learn more about study abroad courses, sample exotic cuisine, and walk the dog with the best of them!

Study AbroadThis Thursday, October 7, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. take a break from the mean streets of NYC to bask in a warm Hawaiian welcome, bust a few moves on an unsuspecting stuffed animal, and go around the world in more ways than one at the Study Abroad Fair in the courtyard at One Pace Plaza. Featuring piñatas, students playing maracas, students demonstrating Chinese yo-yos, a ton of international food, contests, prizes, and more, the Fair will introduce students to faculty who lead travel courses as well as third-party study abroad partners.

Pay It Forward

Did you know you can be a teacher to children, mentor, and community leader all while helping pay for school? Pace’s Community and Volunteer Mobilization (CVM) AmeriCorps program, which places members in community and nonprofit organization is now accepting applications for 2011. It’s rewarding in more ways than one!

AmeriCorpsCVM AmeriCorps members are placed in local schools, programs, community-based and non-profit organizations where they serve the community by mentoring middle-school or high-school youth, supporting non-profit capacity-building initiatives, teaching computer or English language skills, or providing training and outreach on public health and safety initiatives. Positions are available at Pace University and in the surrounding community.

Students must be able to commit to a minimum of 8 hours per week for 12 full months — from January 2011 to December 2011.

Group interviews begin in October. To learn more about the program and to apply, please visit: http://www.cvmamericorps.org/

Dog Day Afternoon

(Just because the Pulse editor is on jury duty doesn’t mean you’ll be let off pun free…) If you’re up on your common reading, you’re already familiar with the story about the mysterious murder of a dog (and the teenager with Asperger’s who solves the case). But even if you aren’t, you can still enjoy the show by author and comedian Greg Walloch this Tuesday, October 5, 5:30 p.m. in NYC. >>Read More

Curious IncidentGreg Walloch author of this year’s common reader, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, will be coming to Pace to give a stand-up routine and then lead a workshop on the themes of difference and otherness, both of which are addressed in his book. The event takes place 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Student Union of One Pace Plaza and will be followed by refreshments. Learn more about Walloch’s comedy at: www.gregwalloch.com.

Be a Giant on Monster

Get Linked In to all the HotJobs with a number of career networking events and workshops in New York City, Pleasantville, and White Plains this week. The job market might look a little scary at the moment, but with the help of Pace’s friendly Career Services, you’ll soon be ogre the moon about your prospects. (That’s right, we went there.) >>Read more

NYC Highlights:

Is there an advanced degree in your future? Is the jury still out? Pace’s Applying to Graduate Programs workshop on Tuesday, October 5, at 3:30 p.m., may help you decide, as well as explaining application procedures, testing information, and the Law School Program at Pace. Career Paths at Bank of New York Mellon on Wednesday, October 13, at 12:20 p.m., helps you discover how your major fits in with a successful career at a global bank. Ever been, out from 9 to 5? Well Dolly Parton was right; it is tough to make a living. Also on October 13, at 5:30 p.m., Out in the Workplace, lets you hear first-hand what it is like to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, or transgender in a professional working environment.

PLV Highlights:

Afraid your resume might not stand out in a crowd? Avoid the Wingdings and perfumed paper and head on down to Career Services’ resume writing workshop on Friday, October 1 at 10:30 a.m. to learn how to prepare a resume that markets you.  And once you have the resume that will get you in the door, make sure you’re ready for the one-on-one. The Ace the Interview Workshop provides interviewing tips for internship and full time positions. (Note: This event, which takes place Tuesday, October 5 at 3:30 p.m. is mandatory for new co-op students.) So you’ve got the insider tips, let’s see how you use them! On Wednesday, October 6, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. you’re invited to Mock Interview Day where you can practice your poise under stress.

You’re already working toward greatness, why not learn how to work a career fair too? On Tuesday, October 12, at 3:30 p.m., learn important tips on how to prepare for career fairs and particularly, how to stand out in a crowd and stay noticed. Finally, put your skills to the test on Wednesday, October 20, at noon with the PLV Fall Job & Internship Fair where you can connect with a variety of organizations, including accounting firms, financial services, media, not-for-profits, government, healthcare, computer science, hospitality, and more.

White Plains Highlights:

Remember those sayings you hear all the time but often ignore? Things like, “practice makes perfect”, “stay awake and stay ahead,” or that it’s “always good to know a guy”? Well, they’re true. Learn how to network your way, not only to a new job, but also to success with step-by-step instructions. This event will take place on Tuesday, October 5, at 5:00 p.m.

Haiti On Our Minds

Nine months ago, the world joined forces to help raise money and hope for the people of Haiti. On September 30, the Pace community shows that Haiti is still in our hearts and on our minds. >>Read More

On Tuesday, January 12, 2010, a massive earthquake shook the island of Haiti to its core. More than 200,000 children, men, and women were killed, and an additional three million were in need of emergency aid. The world watched and sprung into activism, but with the passing of time, simply forgot.

On September 30, join us to remember, to help, and to listen as the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Student Development and Campus Activities present Haiti on My Mind–A Fundraiser.

Spend an evening with author and activist, Edwidge Danticat, as she reads selections from her books and reflects on Haiti’s past, present, and future at the Schimmel Center in NYC.

Suggested donation is $10, but no one will be turned away. Autographed copies of Danticat’s works will also be available for $20.

The Goat

This is a play about an architect at the height of his career whose life crumbles when he falls in love with a goat. And we’re sure it’s going to be anything but mehhhhh.

On September 29–October 3, things get controversial on the NYC Campus as the Performing Arts department presents their production of Tony Award-winning The Goat  or, Who is Sylvia? in the Schaeberle Studio Theatre.

Written by Edward Albee (of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? fame), The Goat follows Martin, an extremely successful architect who’s just won the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize and a contract to design a billion dollar dream city; he’s about to turn 50, and has been happily married for more than 22 years. That is, until the truth comes out that Martin is having an affair with Sylvia…a goat.

For information or tickets, call (212) 346-1954 or email theater@pace.edu.

If The Goat isn’t your cup of tea, then maybe it’s time you took matters into your own hands with the Pace New Musicals call for submissions. Have a complete score or script you’d like to see performed by musical theater students in January? Get your submission in by October 8!

America’s Hat is Calling Your Name!

Yes, we’re talking about Canada. And yes, we’re taking a trip there. Join SDCA for a weekend in one of Canada’s greatest cities: Montréal. The bus heads to the Great White North on November 19.

Interested in spending a weekend in Montréal? Well, mark November 19-21 on your calendar and pack your passports, cameras, and coats, because Student Development and Campus Activities has planned the 7th annual trip to Montréal, Canada.

Go “oot and aboot” to the city’s whirlwind of galleries and museums, theaters, and ballets; sample some of the their best foods: poutine (french fries, thick gravy, and curd cheese), maple syrup in several forms, smoked meat, and shepherd’s pie; and dive into this one-of-a-kind French-speaking city that charms visitors with its Euro-American ambiance.

Transportation will be provided from Briarcliff, NYC, and PLV. If you sign up before October 1, the trip starts at $210 for a quad room, $390 for a single. After that, prices will go up. Check out pricing and registration details here, and remember you will need a valid, unexpired passport!  

Ready to sign up? Oui, s’il vous plaît!

Things to Do Around Pace: On Wheels

Your handy dandy Things to Do Around Pace column is here! There’s been so much happening on campus, there was just no room to include fun things happening around it. But fret not, TDAP is back, and it’s a wheely good one.

Our friends over at the Office for Student Success sent us this little gem and we’re excited to share it. On September 25, Prospect Park in Brooklyn will host the oldest skate marathon in the United States: the world famous NYC Skate Marathon & NY 100K. That’s right, we said 100K. Grab your rollerblades, helmets, and wrist guards and sign up for this incredibly unique race, which offers events for beginner skaters to world class professionals with races running 5K, 21K, 24K, and 100K. All ages are welcome (there’s even a 5K youth skate for those 12 and under); prizes will be awarded.

So what’s going on in Westchester? Their  first all-female, flat-track roller derby league Suburbia Roller Derby is re-inventing the wheel with Derby in the Burbs, the 2010 Women’s Flat Track Derby Eastern Regional Tournament at the Westchester County Center in White Plains on September 24-26. 

This three-day, fifteen-bout tournament features exciting roller derby athleticism, entertainment, vendors, and a weekend of family-friendly fun, as the top 10 roller derby teams on the east coast battle it out for the regional title and spots in the championship tournament. 

Know of an event that the Pace community would have a blast at? Email us or head to the comments below!

Extra! Extra! Read All About It!

We see the fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan on our TV screens and in our newspapers, but what are we missing? On September 21, a photojournalist and writer from the New York Times will give us an inside look.


Join us at “In Black and White: New York Times Journalists Share Their Work and Experiences of Working in Iraq and Afghanistan”  on September 21 in NYC for a panel discussion, slide show, and Q&A with a photographer and journalist from the New York Times. Light refreshments will be served.

For more information, contact Professor Ida Dupont.

The Career Fair-y Pays a Visit

Your favorite Fairy Jobmother will pay you a visit on September 22 as the “Big Four” accounting firms and 41 other financial services employers head to the NYC Campus looking to hire you. Your future is waiting in the Gym. Where will you be? >>Read more

We hope the answer is there, suited up, with plenty of resumes on hand. And we mean, plenty, because the IRS, Deloitte & Touche, Ernst & Young, JPMorgan Chase, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and AFLAC (yes, that AFLAC) are just a handful of the 45 participating employers scheduled to be at the annual Accounting and Finance Career Fair on September 22.

Get information about full-time job and internship opportunities in finance and accounting.

But before you start shaking hands and networking with employers, stop by CPA Recruiting Trends 101: What Every Accounting Student Needs to Know right before the fair in the Schimmel Lobby. Hear professionals from some of the top CPA firms discuss recruiting trends and expectations of students in undergraduate, graduate, and joint-degree programs here at Pace.

You can also stop by Career Services’ Open Hours on September 20, 21, 23, and 24 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to learn about the Campus Recruiting Program and get resume, interview, and job search help.

Need to work on your interview skills? Head to an upcoming Interview Workshop on September 17, 21, 28, or 29. And make sure you sign up on eRecruiting by September 26 for the big Practice Interview Day on October 6.

International students can get help at monthly interview workshops; next one up on September 23.  If you are an international grad student, you can go an Interview Workshop for MBA/MS International Students on September 21.

Are you graduating in the next year and interested in interviewing with companies that are recruiting for full-time employment after graduation? You must attend a Mandatory Campus Recruiting Program Workshop (CRP) on September 23 or 27 and have your resume approved for CRP in order to be eligible.

Ready, set, RUN!

Note to students in Westchester: Your big Fall Job and Internship will mosey on into town on October 20, so you’ve got some time to get your suits dry-cleaned and resumes copyedited!

Best Weeks Ever Come to an End

Our “Best Week(s) Ever” is going…going…gone! Well, almost. If you don’t hurry up, you’re going to miss it. And what better way to say so long than watching the Yankees hit ’em out of the park: Can we get a “hip, hip, Jorge”?

We hope you picked up your $7 tickets to see the Yankees on September 20, otherwise you can kiss those goodbye; they’re outta here!

On September 18, NYC students will head to PLV for the Pace Football game against Southern Connecticut State. More on that here. Also on September 18, do good at a Seward Park planting and cleanup community service event sponsored by SDACA and the Center for Community Action and Research.

On September 19, head up north to Avenue Q, a hilarious and raunchy Tony Award-winning musical about a bright-eyed college graduate who comes to the big city with big dreams but no money.  More interested in mummies than puppets? King Tut is in town (well, his exhibit) for a limited engagement, so make your way through 10 galleries and 130 artifacts at the Discovery Times Square Exhibition on September 19.

Welcome Week fun ends on September 20 with the Yankee game (which we already told you about) and the big Student Aide Fair. Unemployed, eligible for work-study, and looking for a job on campus? This is where you’re going to want to be! Dress for success (no shorts or flips-flops) and meet with prospective on-campus employers at this job fair in the Schimmel Lobby from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.