Who Let the Blogs Out?

From a student who’s making her college experience more than just “Animal House” to one who went from BA to MPA to two students bringing the California sunshine and the Miami heat, the Pace Student Blogs are sizzling hot this month. Head to the blogs!

From a student who’s making her college experience more than just Animal House to one who went from BA to MPA to two students bringing the California sunshine and the Miami heat, the Pace Student Blogs are sizzling hot this month. Head to the blogs!

The Blog Days Aren’t Over

Can you hear the voices? ‘Cause here they come! Do you want to be the next Pace blogger? If you’re a Pace student who wants to share all the exciting things you are doing, e-mail webhelp@pace.edu to find out how you can get your own student blog on the Pace website.

Can you hear the voices? ‘Cause here they come! Do you want to be the next Pace blogger? If you’re a Pace student who wants to share all the exciting things you are doing, e-mail webhelp@pace.edu to find out how you can get your own student blog on the Pace website.

Who Let the Blogs Out?

From one teddy bear’s journey through Athens inspiring a student to take the trip herself to another student’s journey of self-discovery via the college experience, Pace students are taking to the blogs to sound off!


The blogosphere is alive with the sound of Pace students.

First-year student Loren Alexander gives us a look into her sweet Fridays-off schedule and how her stuffed teddy bear’s trip through Greece and journal inspired her to take the trip to Greece herself this May as part of her Literature 211Y: A Modern Odyssey class.

Marketing major Anthony La Rosa talks about juggling all his new groups, activities, and internships, and how he’s no longer the same person he was when he started this journey.

Check out the Pace Student Blogs to see what some of our students are up to this semester!

The Blog Days Aren’t Over

Students getting jiggy with it in Ireland, auditioning for American Idol, and calling out some of our fashion faux pas. The blogs are alive with the sound of music…and military trends.

Dyson students are taking to the blogosphere to tell their stories. And boy, are they interesting! English major Jillian Gorry puts a cork in all the senior year study abroad naysayers as she blogs about her life-changing fall semester overseas in Cork, Ireland. Communication studies major Kevin Eng dishes on how an American Idol audition, a stint as Elvis on a cruise ship, and a comm class helped him decide upon a music minor. Another communication studies major Maria Gee keeps us sweatpants and Uggs wearers on our toes by talking fashion fines and fashion’s finest on her Student Style Blog.

The Pace Student Blogs site is also on the look out for more student bloggers. E-mail webcontent@pace.edu if you’re interested in a space to be heard!

And students aren’t the only ones hanging around the blogosphere. Some of our deans, including Seidenberg Dean Connie Knapp, Lubin Dean Neil Braun, and Dyson Dean Nira Herrmann are taking to the blogs to K.I.T. with you.

What’s Your Story?

Pace students have taken to the blogs on everything from first year jitters to senior year memories, not to mention the viral and inspiring It Gets Better Project.

Read all about it!

Marketing Management MBA student Alexandra Kawecki dishes on juggling a full-time job and part-time MBA classes, and how her student loan companies will not get her first or second born.

First-year student Loren Alexander lays her biggest college fears to rest and gives you an inside peek at what’s to come…a ballroom dance club at Pace? Perhaps…

Small town guy Andrew Greenwald shares a story about growing up in an unaccepting place, how Pace is similar to Disney, and that it indeed does get better!

Pace senior Yeerang Jang talks about the last October she’ll ever have at Pace and thanks her 28 bffs for a time well spent.

Check out the Student Blogs to read more about some of these bloggers!

Honest to Blog! (The Best Week Ever)

So what’s the average week for a Pace student? Well, after reading Kaitlynn Blyth’s new blog you’ll soon discover. Just some of the things she did her first week? She went to class … one of which is taught by the managing editor of the first five Harry Potter novels. What else did she do? Eh, she watched the movie Mean Girls … with one of the stars from the movie in her Brooklyn dorm! To read more about Kaitlynn and her adventures both on and off campus click here!

Student BlogKaitlynn’s had a busy week, and so have a number of our other student bloggers. Check out their postings, including career tips, networking advice, and study abroad opportunities (and oh yes, links to the all important CupcakeStop) on the Pace Student Blogs.

Interested in starting your blog? Have special tips for subway survival? Know the 411 on the best pizza in PLV? Why don’t you become a student blogger? E-mail Mike Derario at mderario@pace.edu if you’re interested.

Calling All Bloggers!

Do you love to write? Want a platform to tell your Pace story? Well, then it’s time you apply to be a Pace student blogger and get your voice heard!

Some people like to read the blogs, others love to write them. If you fall into the latter category, then Pace is giving you the opportunity to share your experience with thousands of current and prospective students, families, faculty, staff, and alumni. You’ll have a big audience, so you’ll need to have a big voice.

Check out the Student Blogs, and email Mike Derario at mderario@pace.edu if you’re interested in being a student blogger!