SGRho On the Go!

Wake us up before you go, go…to Sigma Gamma Rho’s Founders Week featuring a spelling bee, celebration, and informational kicking off on November 11.

Sigma Gamma Rho will kick off a week of celebration as part of the sorority’s Founder’s Week in PLV.

Show off your spelling s-k-i-l-l-s at SGRho’s 3rd Annual Spelling Bee on Monday, November 11, at 9:22 p.m. in Gottesman Room. An iPod will go to the winner. Remember, it’s B-E-A-G-L-E.

On Wednesday, November 13, at 9:22 p.m. in Butcher Suite, the sisters will talk about the changes and advancements in the education system at Separate But Equal.

On Friday, November 15, stop by the Gottesman Room beginning at 7:22 p.m. for Greater Service, Greater Progress, the Founders Week celebration and dinner. Admission will be $7.

On Sunday, November 17 meet the Sigma Iota chapter of SGRho at their illustrious fall informational at 2:00 p.m. in Butcher Suite. Business attire is required.

Want to learn more about the SGRho poodles? E-mail or follow them on Twitter @sigmaiotaSGRho and Instagram.

Getcha Greek On!

NPHC, NALFO, IFC, UPC. If you’re wondering what the PANHEL we’re talking about, it’s time to getcha getcha getcha Greek on.

I know you feel me now. I know you hear me loud. I scream it loud and proud…Getcha Greek on!

Get connected, stay connected! Pace’s fraternity and sorority community promotes student success, enables students to leave legacies, and creates unmatched campus traditions.

Becoming a member of this close-knit community will not only provide you with life-long bonds but will also offer an academically supportive environment, numerous leadership prospects, community service opportunities, and access to larger alumni networks.

So…think you wanna go Greek, but just don’t know the difference between Alpha Kappa Alpha and Alpha Phi Alpha? Don’t fret—get ready to meet the Greeks on both campuses.

If you missed the Circle of Greeks on the PLV Campus on September 10, there are 10 more events from four of the Greek governing councils that will connect you to Greek Life in PLV.

NPHC (National Pan-Hellenic Council) Events

Time with Divine 9 | Monday, September 16 | 9:00 p.m. | Butcher Suite
Mix and mingle with NPHC’s nine predominantly African American fraternities and sororities and learn what it takes to be part of the Divine Nine.

Don’t Believe the Hype | Tuesday, September 17 | 9:00 p.m. | Butcher Suite
Animal House and hazing. Fist-pumping and popped-collar polos. Learn more about different stereotypes within the greek cultures and find out what’s fact and what’s fiction.

Dodgeball | Thursday, September 19 | 9:00 p.m. | Willcox Gym
If you can dodge your ex on campus, you can certainly dodge a ball. Enjoy a friendly game of dodgeball with NPHC.

For more information on NPHC events, contact Christian Ruiz at

NALFO (National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations) Events

Look at Me Now | Monday, September 16 | 9:00 p.m. | Gottesman Room
Wondering what former Greeks are up to today? NALFO will bring together a few alumni from each organization to discuss life beyond college, as well as the benefits of Greek Life and how it helped them professionally. 

Exhibition 101 | Tuesday, September 17 | 9:00 p.m. | Gottesman Room
Thinking about a Latino/a fraternity or sorority? Hear more about the National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO) as they showcase their traditions and attire used during a membership intake process.

Chill Out | Wednesday, September 18 | 12:00 p.m. | Kessel Well
Take a little afternoon break with some helado and learn more about the National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO).

For more information about NALFO events, contact Alhaedge Perez at

IFC (Interfraternity Council) Events

IFC Informational | Sunday, September 15 | 9:00 p.m. | Gottesman Room
You down with IFC? Meet the Interfraternity Council, which comprises seven national fraternities, and enjoy a BBQ.

For more information, contact Josh Molyneaux at

Panhellenic Council (UPC)

UPC Weekend | Friday, September 20 | 6:00 p.m. | Gottesman Room
Day #1 | Saturday, September 21 | 11:00 a.m. | Willcox Gym
Day #2 | Sunday, September 22 | 11:00 a.m. | Willcox Gym
Thinking about joining a sorority? Register for UPC Recruitment weekend to learn more about becoming a part of Greek Life at Pace.Registration is $15 and includes a t-shirt.

For more information about UPC events, contact Marina Avetisova at

To learn more about Greek Life in PLV, click here.


On the NYC Campus, Greek Life wants you to make moves to the Gym on Thursday, September 19 from 8:30 p.m. To 12:00 a.m. so they can show you their fancy footwork and meet the family at Fraternity and Sorority Night.

Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity Inc., Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority Inc., Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Sigma Delta Tau Sorority, Kappa Delta Sorority, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. will be introducing themselves and performing a dance, step, or stroll. If you want to know more about Greek Life, see them in action. Plus, free food and music will keep you entertained all night. No strings attached.

To learn more about Greek Life in NYC, click here.


Get Your Greek On!

Think you wanna go Greek, but just don’t know the difference between Alpha Kappa Alpha and Alpha Phi Alpha? Don’t fret—learn the ABCs of NPHC as you meet the Greeks in NYC!

Greek LifeIf you’ve ever wondered about the Divine Nine and BGLOs, now’s the time to learn more. On March 11, stop by the Student Union from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. for a big fat Greek meetup as NPHC hosts its 2nd Annual Meet the Greeks.

The governing body of nine international African American Greek letter fraternity and sororities, the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) consists of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.

Stop by the Student Union to learn more about available NPHC fraternities and sororities on the NYC Campus and find friendship, service, and leadership in one group.

Awareness for ANAD

Join Delta Phi Epsilon as they raise awareness and funds for Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD) with a series of events including a basketball tournament, relay, wing-eating contest, pie-throwing contest, and more beginning on March 9.

From March 9-15, the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon invite you to ANAD Week, which will bring attention to anorexia and related disorders and help raise funds for their philanthropy to combat these disorders.

On Saturday, March 9 kick off ANAD Week at the March Madness Relay with DPhiE from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the Environmental Lawn in PLV (rain location is Wilcox Gym). Teams made up of six people will participate in several different types of relay events including a three-legged race and tug of war in order to raise money and benefit ANAD. The cost for each team is $10 and prizes will be rewarded to the winning team.

On Sunday, March 10 it’s time to show your skills on the court as DPhiE hosts Shoot for the Cure, a 5-on-5 basketball tournament which will feature music by WPAW from 9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. in the Willcox Gym. $10 registration for each team and prizes will be awarded to the winning team.

On Monday, March 11 stop by Kessel during Common Hour (12:25 p.m. to 1:25 p.m.) for Mirrorless Monday to take pictures with a cut out mirror and make inspirational messages to send to friends that week for $1. Bracelets will also be sold for $1. Later that evening from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. in the Setters Café, DPhiE hosts a Mean Girls Monday movie night. Refreshments will be sold at the event.

On Tuesday, March 12 at 9:00 p.m. in the Setters Café, eat your heart out as the DPhiE hosts a Wing Eating Contest. The cost is $5 to participate and the winning contestant will get a prize.

On Wednesday, March 13 there will be pie in the PLV sky! If you’ve ever wanted to pie someone, this will be your chance as the Deephers take one for the team at AIM for ANAD, a pie throwing contest held during Common Hour. $2 for one pie, $5 for three pies.

On Thursday, March 14, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., stop by the Kessel Well for Be Healthy, Not Hungry, where DPhiE will be selling goodie bags with inspirational messages on the inside and bracelets for just $1.

Finally on Friday, March 15, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Gottesman Room, DPhiE will end ANAD week with a vigil to remember and honor all of the victims of eating disorders.

Proceeds of each event will be donated to combat eating disorders, so come out and support a good cause!

Your Bodies, Our Battlefields

A War in Her Shoes, B%$H! Bad, The Violence Against Women Act Ambush, My Lady My Heroine Banquet. Omega Phi Beta will open up your eyes and minds as they present their 5th Annual Week of Illumination in PLV.

In Sao Paulo, Brazil, a woman is assaulted every 15 seconds. In Guatemala, two women are murdered, on average, each day. In South Africa, a woman is killed every 6 hours by an intimate partner. In the United States, one-third of women murdered each year are killed by intimate partners. The War on Women is all over the world.  Join the sisters of Omega Phi Beta sorority on March 4-9 as they raise awareness about violence against women through a series of events in PLV as part of their 5th Annual Week of Illumination: Your Bodies, Our Battlefields. 

A War in Her Shoes
Monday, March 4, 9:17 p.m.
Shirley Beth’s Way
Come and experience the battlefields she encounters and walk a mile in her shoes. Co-sponsored with Tau Kappa Epsilon.

B%$#! Bad
Tuesday, March 5, 9:17 p.m.
Gottesman Room
Join Omega Phi Beta in looking beyond the beats and rhymes as they elevate today’s hip-hop culture. Black or army camouflage attire preferred. Co-sponsored with DJ E-stylez, Sigma Gamma Rho, WPAW, Phi Sigma Sigma.

The VAWA Ambush
Wednesday, March 6, 9:17 p.m.
Gottesman Room
The Violence Against Women Act, the 1994 landmark law which combined tough new provisions to hold offenders accountable with programs to provide services for the victims of such violence including the establishment of the Office on Violence Against Women within the Department of Justice, has expired. Join Omega Phi Beta for an interactive night of exploring a much-debated piece of legislation! Co-sponsored with Phi Kappa Tau.

First Spring Informational
Thursday, March 7, 9:17 p.m.
Wilcox 36
Learn more about the Radiant Sisters of Omega Phi Beta and their movement against the War on Women.

My Lady, My Heroine Banquet
Saturday, March 9, Seating starts at 6:17 p.m.
Gottesman Room
OPB concludes their entertaining and education week with a festive night of illumination and empowerment, as they highlight the realities of violence against women and honor survivors and advocates working to eliminate the War on Women. The cost is $12 for a student ticket, $15 for outside guests. You can purchase your tickets here.

For more info on the Week of Illumination and Omega Phi Beta’s other events, visit their website at or follow them on Twitter.

A Phi Sigma Sigma Leg-end

Think you have a leg up on other PLV students? Show them what you got for a chance to win $100 at the Sexy Legs Competition to raise money for the National Kidney Foundation.

You may have seen this coming, but we sure didn’t, and we’re definitely not pulling your leg with this post. Phi Sigma Sigma wants you to show it as they raise money for their philanthropy at the Sexy Legs Competition on March 1 at 5:00 p.m. in the Gottesman Room.

The entire Pace Community is invited to participate (or just attend) this night of laughs and entertainment as men and women creatively show off their legs for a chance to win one of two prizes: the $100 grand prize and $50 runner-up prize.

Participants will be shown from the waist down with a sheet covering their upper body, so the legs will really say it all. There will be three judges and the audience will cheer and vote for their favorite, so think creatively! If you’re interested in participating, email

Admission will be $2 and proceeds will benefit the National Kidney Foundation. Food and drinks will be served.

Fundraiser for 65 Roses

On Saturday, March 2, join the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon in raising money for cystic fibrosis at the 65 Roses Gala on the PLV Campus.

Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority (DPE) will host the 65 Roses Gala, a formal fundraiser to raise money for their philanthropy, Cystic Fibrosis, on Saturday, March 2, in the Gottesman Room. The attire is semi-casual, so you won’t need your ball gowns and bowties, just a few bucks. For $5, there will be food and entertainment for a great cause, and guests will be able to donate money for the cause. Doors open at 5:45 p.m.

So why 65 Roses? A registered trademark of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, “65 Roses” is what some children with cystic fibrosis (CF) call their disease because the words are much easier for them to pronounce. Come out and help these children and adults find a cure!

SGRho on the Go

Wake us up before you go, go…to Sigma Gamma Rho’s Founder’s Week featuring a spelling bee, So You Think You Can Dance contest, nerds vs. jocks party, and much more.

Sigma Gamma Rho invites you to Watch the ThRHOne beginning on Monday, November 5, as they kick off their 90th Founder’s Day Celebration Week.

On Monday, November 5, stop by the Kessel Well from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. to help children success in education by donating school supplies and money as part of Operation Big Bookbag.

Later that evening, show off your spelling s-k-i-l-l-s at SGRho’s Spelling Bee from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. in Gottesman Room for a chance to win a Kindle.

On Tuesday, November 6, Sigma Gamma Rho teams up with the Future Educators Association (FEA) for the Evolution of Education, a roundtable with faculty and FEA to discuss the different changes in the academic system and styles of teaching over the past few decades, at 9:00 p.m. in Gottesman.

On Friday, November 9, bring your dancing shoes and moves to So You Think You Can Dance, a competition co-sponsored by SLU, LUL, and KAPsi from 9:00 p.m. to midnight in Gottesman. $3 gets you in the door to enjoy Caribbean food, fun, and entertainment; $5 gets you all that and a chance to win a $100 Barnes and Noble gift card or $100 in agency account if you’ve got all the right moves. E-mail if you’re interested in competing!

Finally, Founder’s Week comes to an end on Saturday, November 10, at the Nerds vs. Jocks-themed Founder’s Day Party from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. in the Willcox Gym.

Dude, Where’s My Deepher?

Turn off the Toddlers and Tiaras and redirect your tweets from Honey Boo Boo to Deepher Dudes, because on October 26, it’s all about the fellows and the formal wear on the PLV Campus. If the pageant’s not your slice of pie, maybe pieing a Deepher is?

A day at the beach, sleepwear, and on the job: just a typical day in the life of a PLV student if you’re a Deepher Dude. On October 26, Delta Phi Epsilon brings you the 5th Annual Deepher Dude, a male pageant to raise money for cystic fibrosis, at 6:00 p.m. in the Gottesman Room on the PLV Campus.

Every guy participating will represent one or multiple organizations and a panel of judges will score each dude. The 1st place winner will win $100, 2nd place receives $50, and 3rd place wins $25.

In addition to the entertainment, there will be raffles for the audience during the show including gift cards, clothes, etc. And don’t forget, all proceeds will go to Delta Phi Epsilon’s philanthropy, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

And if you prefer pies to pageants, Delta Phi Epsilon will also raise money for their philanthropy at Pie a Deepher on October 24 during Common Hour, where you can help the sisters give back by donating $2 for one pie or $5 for three pies. And then pie a sister for a good cause!

Under the Influence

Tau Kappa Epsilon welcomes Mark Sterner to the PLV Campus to tell his tragic story about how one mistake killed three of his best friends.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, adults drank too much and got behind the wheel about 112 million times in 2010–that’s almost 300,000 incidents of drinking and driving each day.

That’s why Tau Kappa Epsilon will host a DUI Lecture featuring guest speaker Mark Sterner, who will tell his powerful story about how a spring break trip before graduation turned into a nightmare.

Just three months before graduating from college, Mark Sterner and four of his fraternity brothers were partying on Spring Break with their whole lives ahead of them, until they decided on the final night of the trip that the least drunk person would drive home. The next morning, three of his friends were dead, and Mark was in a hospital facing three felony counts of DUI manslaughter. Instead of being the first in his family to graduate college, Mark ended up the first member of his family to go to prison.

Stop by the Gottesman Room on October 24 from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. to hear Mark’s powerful story.

Know Means No

With knowledge comes power is the message the sisters of Omega Phi Beta are trying to get out to the Pace Community as they present their annual Serving and Educating Week of events ranging from discussions on beauty and self-image to yoga classes.

Beginning on Monday, October 8, the sisters of Omega Phi Beta Sorority–Beta Delta chapter will kick off their 2nd Annual Serving and Educating Week. A week long programming initiative held at various chapters/institutions across the nation, Serving and Educating Week is designed to provide service to diverse communities as well as educating the campus about a specific issue.

This year their theme “KNOW means NO” tackles the power and influence that comes with being a knowledgeable, educated, and socially aware individual. By being conscious of the behaviors that produce self-oppression and the oppression of marginalized populations in our generation, you can be empowered to change.

As Long As You Love Me
Monday, October 8
9:17 p.m., Gottesman Room
Learn about what defines beauty in American society and how to maintain a healthy and confident self-image. The door prize includes a gift card for a manicure and pedicure.

Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office
Tuesday, October 9
9:17 p.m., Gottesman Room
Do you work nonstop without taking a lunch break? Poll colleagues before making a decision? Join the discussion on how to recognize and change behaviors that women unconsciously make that can sabotage their careers. Door prize is Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office, by Lois P. Frankel, PhD.

Wednesday, October 10
9:17 p.m., Butcher Suite
Strengthen your mind at a yoga class facilitated by professional Pace instructor Sam Gluck. Yoga mats will be given away to all who attend and one person will win a spa gift basket.

Thursday, October 11
9:17 p.m., Gottesman Room
A night centered around the omnipresent illicit trade of innocent and vulnerable human beings in the 21st century.

¡Viva Latinos!

The PLV Campus heats up this week with a series of events including a dance marathon, spoken word, and more to celebrate Latin Heritage Week.

From September 15 until October 15, the U.S. celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month. On the PLV Campus, the Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS) brings you Latin Heritage Week to share the Latin culture among Pace students.

On September 17, join OLAS at “What If Latin America Ruled the World?” to discuss Latin empowerment within the country and also around the world, and find out how we can strengthen the Latin community ourselves. 9:00 p.m. Gottesman Room

If you like piña coladas, and need a common hour pick-me-up, then stop by the Gottesman Patio on September 18 for Tropical Haze, featuring some free, yes that’s right, free, tropical drinks popular in the Latin American culture including coladas, Morir Soñando (oj+milk), chinola (passion fruit juice), tamarindo (a tamarind punch), and more!

Based on the popular show, Habla Ya! will feature people sharing their view of Latin American culture on video beginning at 9:00 p.m. on September 18 in Butcher Suite. Pace students will also share their funny and touching stories about what it means to be Latino/a. Appetizers will be served.

Finally, OLAS’ biggest event will have you bailando for a great cause. Head to the Willcox Gym on September 20 at 9:00 p.m. to get your merengue, salsa, and bachata on at Pasos del Corazon, a dance marathon to raise money for the American Heart Association. The $1.00 entrance fee will help raise money for heart disease, the number one killer of Hispanics across the nation. Dinner will be followed by dancing.

Clubs and Organizations: Greek Life

If you wanna go Greek, then you’re in the right place! From the alpha to the omega, check out which sororities and fraternities are on campus.


Get connected, stay connected! Pace’s fraternity and sorority community promotes student success, enables students to leave legacies, and creates unmatched campus traditions.

Becoming a member of this close-knit community will not only provide you with life-long bonds but will also offer an academically supportive environment, numerous leadership prospects, community service opportunities, and access to larger alumni networks.

Greek Organizations on Campus


Delta Phi Epsilon (PLV)  | Phi Sigma Sigma (PLV)  | Alpha Lambda Sigma* (PLV) | Nu Zeta Phi* (PLV) | Sigma Iota Chi* (PLV) | Alpha Kappa Alpha (NYC and PLV) | Delta Sigma Theta (PLV) | Sigma Gamma Rho (PLV) | Omega Phi Beta (NYC and PLV) | Sigma Lambda Upsilon(PLV) | Kappa Delta (NYC) | Sigma Delta Tau (NYC) | Sigma Iota Alpha (NYC) | Sigma Lambda Gamma (NYC) | Sigma Sigma Rho (NYC)


Delta Upsilon (PLV) | Phi Kappa Tau (PLV) | Alpha Phi Delta (PLV) | Delta Kappa Epsilon (PLV) | Tau Kappa Epsilon (NYC and PLV) | Alpha Chi Epsilon* (PLV) | Alpha Chi Rho (PLV) | Alpha Phi Alpha (PLV) | Kappa Alpha Psi (PLV) | Lambda Upsilon Lambda (PLV) | Sigma Beta Rho (NYC) | Sigma Lambda Beta (NYC) | Zeta Beta Tau (NYC)

* indicates a local chapter

For more information about Greek Life, e-mail

Greek Governing Councils

Pace fraternities and sororities come together in their “councils” to advance campus life for Greeks and non-Greeks alike. Councils offer national representation, resources, and support to Greek organizations on campus. Each official Greek organization must be represented under a governing council.

PLV Greek Governing Councils

The Inter-fraternity Conference (IFC): comprised of six national fraternities (Alpha Chi Rho, Alpha Phi Delta, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Upsilon, Phi Kappa Tau, and Tau Kappa Epsilon)

The National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations, Inc. (NALFO): comprised of Latino/a fraternities and sororities (Lambda Upsilon Lambda, Omega Phi Beta, and Sigma Lambda Upsilon)

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC): comprised of five predominantly African-American fraternities and sororities (Alpha Phi Alpha, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Kappa Alpha Psi, Sigma Gamma Rho, and Omega Psi Phi)

The Panhellenic Council: comprised of five women’s fraternities (Delta Phi Epsilon, Phi Sigma Sigma, Alpha Lambda Sigma*, Nu Zeta Phi, and Sigma Iota Chi)

NYC Greek Governing Council

Pace NYC Greek Council: comprised of all NYC Campus fraternities and sororities

A Graecus Septimana

It’s all Greek in PLV this week. From a trivia challenge to Greek Olympics to a festival with food and games, Greek Week is here!

On April 15, join the Greeks in a cupcake decorating challenge and rock painting at Sweet Greek Provacare at 12:00 p.m. by the Greek Rocks.

Think you have all the answers? Well, the Greeks have all the questions at Ludos Quaesitum, a Greek trivia challenge at 9:00 p.m. in Wilcox Gym.

On April 17 and 18, Litteras in the Library! Wear your letters and study for finals in the Mortola Library from 7:00 p.m to 10:00 p.m. Also, show how much you love Pace Athleticus as you cheer on the baseball and softball teams.

Show the faculty some love at Faculty Magni Ficio Day on April 19, when students bring faculty breakfast at 12:30 p.m. in the Commuter Lounge. Later that evening, eat, hang out, and play games at Festium on Mt. Olympus at 8:30 p.m. in the Gottesman Room.

On Friday, April 20, join the rest of the Pace Community at Relay for Life.

And finally, on Sunday April 22, bring your brawn to Greek Olympics at 2:00 p.m. on the Miller Lawn.

Almost Anything Goes

Can you sing? Dance? Twirl? Breathe fire? Well, almost anything goes as Alpha Lambda Sigma raises money at their annual talent show on April 12 in PLV.

Each year, the sisters of Alpha Lambda Sigma host their Almost Anything Goes Talent Show to raise money for their philanthropy, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, a leading organization dedicated to identifying, funding, and conducting basic pediatric HIV/AIDS research. This year, they’re not only fundraising for their philanthropy, but for another cause dear to their heart.

Recently a member of Alpha Lambda Sigma lost their home and belongings in a house fire. This year they will be raising money for both of these causes at the ALS Almost Anything Goes Talent Show, which will be held on April 12 at 9:00 p.m. in Willcox Gym. Food and refreshments will be served along with cash prizes for the top three winners!

Contact Melanie Dutton at to sign up or if you have any questions!

My Big Fat Greek Week

Greek Unity Bake Off, Battle of the Greeks, Fraternity and Sorority Night…Opa! This week, it’s all Greek to NYC!

Greek Week gets off to a sweet start in NYC on Tuesday, April 3, when Greek Council hosts the Greek Unity Bake Sale from 12:20 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. outside of the Café. Stop by and sample some cookies, cupcakes, brownies, and more, as they raise money for Operation Smile, an international children’s medical charity that heals children’s smiles, and has provided more than 200,000 free surgeries for children and young adults born with cleft lips, cleft palates, and other facial deformities.

On April 4, the Battle of the Greeks is on from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. in the Gym. Watch your favorite Greeks battle it out in obstacle courses and other fun activities to try and win money for their charity of choice.

Finally, on April 5, stop by the Gym from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. to meet the Greeks at Fraternity and Sorority Night. All Greek organizations will be present and will be showcasing what their org is about featuring live entertainment and performances.

Kick it With the Deephers

Beginning on March 27, DPhiE will host ANAD week. What does that mean? A week’s worth of kickball tournaments, wing-eating contests and pie-throwing events, and a vigil to raise awareness and funds for Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders.

The sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon are proud to host Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD) Week to raise money and awareness about ANAD at a number of unique events beginning on March 27.

On Tuesday, March 27, stop by the Pace Perk Café at 9:00 p.m. for a wing eating contest. The cost is $7 to compete, and the winner will receive a $25 American Express gift card. If you don’t want to compete, you can pay $2 for wings.

On Wednesday March 28, there will be pie in the Miller Lawn sky! If you’ve ever wanted to pie someone, this will be your chance as the Deephers take one for the team at the Aim for ANAD event. $2 for one pie and $5 for three pies.

On Thursday, March 29, lace up your sneakers and head to the Willcox Gym at 9:00 p.m. to kick for the cure at DPhiE’s annual kickball tournament. The cost for a team of seven is $20 and the winning team will receive a plaque.

On Friday, March 30, DPhiE and the Psychology Department will host the ANAD Vigil at 5:00 p.m. in Gottesman. There will be a speaker, Dyson Professor Stacey Casden will speak about eating disorders and there will be a candlelight vigil.

Proceeds of each event will be donated to combat eating disorders, so come out and support a good cause!

Get Your Greek On!

NPHC, NALFO, IFC. If you’re wondering what the PANHEL all of these acronyms mean, then it’s time for you to meet the Greeks at Pace!

Greek LifeThink you wanna go Greek, but just don’t know the difference between Alpha Lambda Sigma and Sigma Lambda Upsilon? Don’t fret. Head to the Spring Circle of Greeks, where all 20 fraternities and sororities on the PLV Campus will be present and telling students all about their organizations, on February 1 from 9:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. in the Wilcox Gym.

Thinking about choosing Panhellenic? Register for the Panhellenic Open House and Recruitment Weekend on February 3. The cost is $15 and include a t-shirt.

Interested in sorority life in NYC? The ladies of NPC sororities, Kappa Delta and Sigma Delta Tau, invite you to find out more abotu Greek Life and get registered for Spring 2012 recruitment at meetings on January 30 and 31 and February 1 and 3. If you’re interested in attending any recruitment events, you must attend one of these info sessions! For more information on times and locations, visit

Want to join NALFO, the Latino Greeks of Pace? Stop by NALFO’s Exhibition 101 on February 6 or Get to Know NALFO on February 7.

If you’re thinking about an intercollegiate, multicultural sorority on the NYC Campus, then you’re probably thinking of Delta Psi Sigma. Rush week starts on February 6, so stop by one of their many events including mocktails, game night, speed dating with the sisters, cookie decorating, and more!

Get connected, stay connected! Pace’s fraternity and sorority community promotes student success, enables students to leave legacies, and creates unmatched campus traditions.

Becoming a member of this close-knit community will not only provide you with life-long bonds but will also offer an academically supportive environment, numerous leadership prospects, community service opportunities, and access to larger alumni networks.

Now doesn’t that make you want to smash a plate and shout OPA!?! Oh, wrong Greeks? Oops. For more information on Greek Life on the PLV Campus, click here. For a list of Greek orgs on the NYC Campus, click here.

Things Heat Up on the PLV Campus

If you think you’re a Top Chef or have a couple of friends who can definitely stand the heat and want to win up to $500 in prizes, the Greek Life Cultural Food Cook-Off on the PLV Campus is right up your alley galley. >>Read More

On December 4, pack your knives and your culinary skills for an afternoon of cooking and culture at the Greek Life Cultural Food Cook-Off in the Gottesman Room on the PLV Campus.

If you’re interested in cooking up some delicious foods, you’ll need a team of no more than five members (can be a Greek org, a club, Residence Hall, etc.) Each team will need to choose a country to represent and come up with a corresponding cultural dish (appetizer, entrée, or dessert), and make 30 sample-sized portions of their dish for judges and spectators. Spectators will each be given a ticket, which will be used as ballots to vote for their favorite dish.

Four prizes will be awarded: Best Appetizer, Best Entrée, and Best Dessert (each $100 prize awarded by judges) and a Crowd Favorite ($200 prize).

If you’re interested in participating, registration will be open until November 28 or until 30 teams have registered. First come, first-served.

The event is free to everyone, so come out and taste food and support your Setter sous chef.

Sigma Gamma Rho on the Go!

Wake us up before you go, go…to SGRho’s Founder’s Week featuring a spelling bee with Nintendo Wii grand prize, speed dating, a dinner, and graffiti theme party! All kicking off on November 7 in PLV.

On Monday, November 7, Sigma Gamma Rho will kick off a week of celebration as part of the sorority’s Founder’s Week in PLV. Show off your spelling s-k-i-l-l-s at their Spelling Bee: College Edition at 9:22 p.m. in Butcher Suite. Participants must pay $3 to be eligible to win a Nintendo Wii gaming system.

On Tuesday, November 8, test how fast you can make a good impression at Speed Dating, where you’ll have a chance to meet some new friends in quick three minute “dates” in Gottesman at 9:22 p.m.

On Friday, the ladies will celebrate the week and their founders with their Founder’s Dinner in the Butcher Suite at—no, you guessed wrong— 7:22 p.m.

Finally, end the week right at the graffiti-themed Founder’s Day Party from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 12, in Wilcox Gym.

All events are open to all Pace students and guests are invited to the party!

Our Big Fat Greek Week

Greek decathlon, lip-sync, letters in the library, can drives, and more. This week, it’s all Greek to PLV!

The tailgate kick off, Real World/Road Rules Challenge, and rock re-painting may have passed, but there are still five nights of fun Greek Week events for you to Gamma Epsilon Tau to. See what we did there?

Put on your game face for the Greek Decathlon tonight, October 10, at 9:00 p.m. in the Willcox Gym. Greek Week Teams will compete in a series of ten challenges that will test your creativity, coordination, athleticism, and smarts.

Rock your letters and hit the books on October 11 at 7:00 p.m.! Stop by the Mortola Library for a Greek study session. Teams receive the points for bringing members and non-Greek friends to the library and studying. 

Show your faculty members some love at the Faculty Appreciation Progressive Lunch on October 12 at 12:30 p.m. in the Commute Lounge. Each team will prepare a dish, have a handout showing their scholarship efforts, and get to know faculty.

Can you help feed the hungry? Bring all your cans to the Setter’s Café by 3:30 p.m. on October 13 as the weeklong can drive ends. Cans will be counted and a can equals one point so get as many as you can! Cans will be donated to the Westchester Coalition for the Hungry and Homeless.

On October 14, bring your best Ashlee Simpson to the Gottesman Room for the Greek Lip-Sync, where teams will choreograph their own original performance using a song that represents unity and judges will allocate points to the best teams.

Go Greek!

NPHC, PANHEL, NALFO, IFC. If you’re thinking “It’s all Greek to me,” well, you’re right. Greek Life events are everywhere you turn on the PLV Campus, so it’s time to get your Greek on!

Greek Life
NPHC (National Pan-Hellenic Council) has been keeping you busy this week with Time with the Divine Nine, Life After the Yard, and Battle of the Sexes on February 10. On February 11, NPHC Recruitment week ends with Trading Places.

And don’t you worry about the next week. PANHEL picks up where NPHC leaves off on February 11 with an open house, where you’ll get a chance to meet the five Panhellenic sororities on campus. The fun continues with Philanthropy and Sisterhood on February 12, Preference on February 13, and the big Bid Day on February 18.

NALFO and IFC are also looking for some love at three separate events on February 14: the I Love NALFO Table,  IFC Orientation, and Beat the Greeks, a fun game show type event a la Comedy Central’s Beat the Geeks. Other events include NALFO’s Greek by Association and a Joint IFC Recruitment event on February 15, a NALFO exhibition with the what-to-wear’s and DKE Recruitment week pool tournament on February 16, Greek After the Hype where alumni will talk about how they continue to be engaged with their chapters on February 17, and a Bid Day party on February 19.

Check out times, dates, and locations of all events here!

Phi Sigma Sigma Phun

From holiday bazaars to talent shows to delicious treats, Phi Sigma Sigma has given you a full plate of fun over the next few weeks!

The phun starts on Friday, December 3, when Phi Sigma Sigma hosts their annual Talent Show in PLV’s Gottesman Room.  Show the sisters how well you can sing, dance, juggle, breathe fire, etc. Prizes will be awarded, including a $50 first place prize, $25 second place, and certificate for third place. Email Jenna Solomon at to register to perform. Even if you want to leave your firebreathing skills at home, you can still come and watch the show. Admission is $2 and proceeds will go to the National Kidney Foundation.

Missed the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals? Don’t sweat it. The sisters host their annual Holiday Bazaar featuring more than 4o vendors on December 5, so get your shopping on without the mall crowds!

On December 7, meet the sisters at an informational and then join them for a study session at night.

And then there’s the food! On December 8, the sisters host the Cookies and Cake 4 Kidneys bake sale to raise money for the National Kidney Foundation and on December 14, it’s all about the Chocolate Covered Strawberries sale.

Home SWEET Home

In just a few days, the gingerbread cookies, icing, peppermint drops, Mike & Ike, and more will be out for teams to build the ultimate Gingerbread House at a competition on the PLV Campus.

On December 6, a favorite holiday tradition hits our PLV Campus as Nu Zeta Phi hosts a Gingerbread House Competition. All supplies will be provided, so grab your student org or some friends and get yourself signed up to try your hand at creating a delicious masterpiece. If you were unable to sign up during Common Hour, email any Nu Zeta Phi sister or Kelly Povero at

Nu Zeta Phi will also host the second Breakfast in Bed fundraiser of the semester this Sunday, December 5, where the sisters will prepare and deliver your favorite meals  to students right in your dorm rooms.

Keep up with the latest Nu Zeta Phi fun by following them on Twitter and checking out their website.

Sigma Gamma Rho on the Go

Monday’s got the ABCs, Thursday’s got the birds and bees. Tuesday/Wednesday shouldn’t be ignored, Friday/Saturday, hit the dance floor. Alright, ignore our rhyming skills and let Sigma Gamma Rho show you a fun time at Founder’s Week in PLV.

On Monday, November 8 Sigma Gamma Rho will kick off a week of celebration as part of the sorority’s Founder’s Week in PLV. Join the ladies and other National Panhellenic Council organizations at the ABC’s of NPHC, where students can ask questions and learn all about the on-campus NPHC orgs.

On November 9, work out with SGRho and learn some tips on living a healthier lifestyle. On November 10, SGRho teams up with Career Services and the Lubin Business Association (LBA) to give you some tips you’ll need for corporate America at Dress for Success: What Not to Wear.

Learn how to protect yourself from STDs at the Most Effective Way to Be Effective on November 11 and join the precious poodles of Pace as they celebrate their seven founders at a dinner on November 12. RSVP is required.

Finally, come dressed in your old school gear and get down on the dance floor with SGRho at an 80s vs. 90s themed party. Best dressed for each decade will be announced!