Meet the Greeks and support Alpha Phi Delta and Delta Phi Epsilon as they host a fundraiser for their philanthropies on the Gottesman Patio from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. At night, stop by the Commuter Lounge and get ready to sink the eight-ball as Alpha Chi Rho hosts their annual Pool Tournament.
Meet the Student Association Senate at their weekly SA meetings. Then, show Delta Upsilon why you’re the most athletic first-year student at Pace. Stop by the DUathon on the Miller Lawn and show your skills in football toss, running, and other competitions. During the evening, make sure to stay out of jail as Alpha Chi Rho hosts a Capture the Flag competition.
Student Development and Campus Activities will host the annual Student Leadership Retreat in combination with Student Association and Greek Life. This retreat focuses on student event planning, expectations from SDCA, student organization operations, leadership development topics, teambuilders, goal setting, and much more.
Dive into the Demon Drop or dominate the Dominator at Dorney Park in Allentown, PA. This trip is co-sponsored by African Students Association at Pace, Black Student Union, Commuter Advisor Board, and Students for a Smarter Planet. Trip sign-ups will be available and seats are limited.
If you’d prefer to stick around campus, your options are none too shabby. Phi Sigma Sigma is raising money for the National Kidney Foundation with their fan-favorite Kicks for Kidneys kickball tournament from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the Environmental Center Lawn. Once you’ve worked up a sweat for a good cause, cool off at Omega Phi Beta and Alpha Phi Alpha’s Fire and Ice Pool Party from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Goldstein Gym Pool.
This is going to be a busy day, so start your day off with the breakfast of champions: ice cream as the sisters of Alpha Lambda Sigma host an ice cream social for prospective members. Get to know the sisters and learn more about ALS. Later that evening, discuss gender equality and awareness with the Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS) at If Men Could Menstruate. Then, Pace Drama Alliance opens the year with an improv competition based on the popular television show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Come out to be entertained by this new student organization on the Briarcliff campus in Woodward Hall 100. Finally, the Students of Caribbean Awareness (SOCA) cap off the night with some domino domination. Learn about this popular Caribbean game or get right to it and show off your skills and win a prize.
The Goldstein Aerobics Room is open for Yoga at 7:30 p.m. and at 9:00 p.m., you’ll have to choose among three events. Lambda Upsilon Lambda hosts the “How Brown can You Be?” discussion; OLAS brings you Bodega: La Visa Express; and Delta Phi Epsilon ends the evening with a Mani Night.
Like games? Get your Wii, Playstation, Xbox, and more on with Alpha Chi Rho as they host their annual Game Marathon with 12 hours of game-playing entertainment. Stop by the Butcher Suite anytime between 10:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. to join the fun!
Make sure to take a break and get some food and drink in:Phi Sigma Sigma hosts a bake sale; Sigma Iota Chi hosts a meet and greet pizza party during common hour; and Sigma Gamma Rho hosts a Bubble Pop event.
On the Gottesman Patio, the ladies of Alpha Lambda Sigma will be hosting a tie dye event, and in the Kessel parking lot, the guys of Phi Kappa Tau are working a car wash fundraiser, where they’ll clean just about any vehicle, so if you’ve got a car on-campus, bring it–dirty or clean–for a good cause!
At night, stop by OLAS’ annual Tropical Haze event with mocktails, music, and outdoor entertainment.
Interested in learning about the fraternities and sororities on the PLV Campus? Stop by Circle of Greeks in the Willcox Gym and meet with each of the Greek Life orgs to find out which one is right for you!
Finally, Bollywood meets Hollywood as DHOSA (Desi Heritage of South Asians) hosts a movie night, featuring Bride & Prejudice, a Bollywood version of Jane Austen’s classic romance Pride and Prejudice.
Keep OLAS in your heart after Tropical Haze and join them at Pasos del Corazon, a cultural and health awareness event with food and dancing to raise money for a good cause as part of Latin Heritage Week.
Grab your blanket, popcorn, and some friends and head over to Miller Lawn for a “Drive-In Movie” co-hosted by the four Greek governing councils: UPC, IFC, NPHC, and NALFO.
Stop by next week to find out what’s happening from September 23 on!