Gleek Out for a Great Cause

Fresh off our “cast of Glee visits Pace” announcement, Pace’s own Glee Club wants to make sure we’re not singing “Forget You” to them. See the PLV group in action on December 13!

December 13

9:00 a.m.-7:59 p.m.—study for finals.

8:00 p.m.-8:59 p.m.—Watch Glee’s “Extraordinary Merry Christmas” episode.

9:00 p.m.—Run down to the Gottesman Room to see Pace’s Glee Club live.

Pace’s Glee Club will be performing several songs including the Straight No Chaser version of 12 Days, Song of Purple Summer, and an original Disney medley at their annual Glee Club Benefit Concert on December 13 on the PLV Campus. Food and refreshments will be served.

There will be a suggested donation of $1 to $3 for the Pace Community and for all others it will be a mandatory $3 entrance fee. Half of the profits will go to the Invisible Children charity, an organization that uses film, creativity, and social action to end the use of child soldiers in Uganda.

So take a break from finals and come out and celebrate the holiday season with the Glee Club!

Gleek Out!

Did you dig Gwyneth Paltrow’s rendition of “Forget You” on Glee? Well, Pace’s very own Glee Club is looking to put their spin on it and several other songs at the Pace Glee Club Concert on May 1 in PLV!

Before the stress of finals kicks in, join us at the Pace Glee Club Spring Semester Concert from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on May 1 in Gottesman on the PLV Campus.

The Pace Glee Club will be singing five songs including “21 Guns,” “Seasons of Love,” and “Forget You” by Cee Lo Green. There will also be special individual performances by Glee members including Patrika Alis, Ali Goshgarian, and Stacey Wells, food and drinks, and the Glee Club will be selling t-shirts. 

Pace students and the public are invited to the event for only a $1-3 donation. Bring your friends! And make sure to RSVP on Facebook.

Also, on Saturday, May 7, Glee will host a trip to Central Park leaving the PLV Campus around 11:00 a.m.  Signups will be in the SDCA office. The first eight people to sign up are free and after that the cost will be for train fare.