Tag Archives: student blogs
studentblogpulse

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!

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studentblogs225

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.

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Who Let the Blogs Out?

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!

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blog2011

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.

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blogloren

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.

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studentblogkaitlynn

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!

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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!

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