Food and a Flick

We all know TBS’ Dinner and a Movie, but where they go wrong is they teach you how to prepare a meal. There are cookbooks for that. At Pace, we just give you the food.


Bake sales and movie nights: Sorry, Lizzie McGuire, this is what dreams are made of.

The Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF) screens the eye-opening Academy Award-winning The Cove on October 25 in WP.

The Multicultural Affairs Office in PLV brings you For Neda, the HBO documentary that tells the personal story of Neda Agha-Soltan, who was murdered in Iran, and became a symbol of the country’s 2009 post-election protests.

The Law School’s IPSO hosts a bake and cup sale, so head over on October 26 for some delicious treats. When you’re done goblin,  make sure to ask about their October 27 Hallow’iin Party which is going to be a monster smash (that’s a FACTO!)

It’s double feature night with Collegiate Italian American Org (CIAO). Join them at Italian Cinema movie night for an American horror film and Italian film on October 26 in NYC.

Let Sundaes make your Tuesday more bearable on October 26 with Panhellenic Council in PLV.

Want a taste of Italia in PLV? Alpha Phi Delta celebrates their heritage over some dishes Nonna would be proud of at the Italian Cultural Dinner on October 27.

Are you a first-year student who had their socks knocked off by Temple Grandin at Convocation? Join the Center for Academic Excellence at a screening of the Emmy Award-winning film on October 27 in NYC.

Caribbean Students Association (CSA) presents DRIVA, featuring a movie, food, and drinks on October 27 in NYC.

POP TV and P.A.C.E Board present a classic horror movie and snacks at the Drive-in Fright Fest on October 27 in NYC.

Stonewall Coalition brings you six Queer Movie Nights this semester, one of which is on October 28.

Enjoy traditional German foods and feel guilt-free as you raise money for breast cancer at Phi Alpha Delta’s Oktoberbreast on October 28 in WP.

Panhellenic Week brings you a double: Catch the October 28 movie night and the October 29 tea time, featuring tea and hot cocoa along with baked goods and finger foods!

Screenings take over the NYC Campus on October 26-29 as part of Writing Center Awareness Week: “Dead Poet’s Society” on October 26; “Adaptation” on October 27; and “Misery” on October 29.

The Criminal Justice Society hosts a BYOE (E stands for eats) on October 29 as part of their annual Pot Luck Dinner.

Well, that’s all for this week. If there’s something we missed, post to the comments below and we’ll add it. Otherwise, we’ll see you next week!