Want to make an impact around campus, win a scholarship to get off campus and study abroad, or maybe you just want your Pace memories to last forever? If so, here are a few important dates to keep in mind.
If you’re looking to take on more responsibility around campus, remember the wonderful times you spent on campus, or are looking to get as far away from campus as possible, this message is for you. Because your schedule is looking a little light, or you had the best experience at Pace and want to remember it all—here a few upcoming reminders to be aware of:
OrgCouncil Meeting (NYC)
Wednesday, March 9 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Lecture Hall North
Want to have a say in what happens on the NYC Campus? Student Government Association’s OrgCouncil invites you to talk about what matters. Up for discussion on March 9: changing Common Hour’s time and getting to know the OrgSync platform. Show up and speak up for these and other issues that matter to you.
Dyson Advisory Council Meetings (NYC)
Thursdays | 3:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m. | One Pace Plaza, Room W607
The Dyson College of Arts and Sciences is the largest college at the University and the team that keeps all those voices, majors, and programs happy is looking for some new faces. Become an ambassador for Dyson, boost your resume, and get the chance to talk about issues that matter with those who make them happen. Next meeting: Thursday, March 10.
Seniors Portrait Week (NYC)
Monday, March 14 | 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, March 15–Thursday, March 17 | 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
41 Park Row, Room 809
Wish you could relive your amazing 2015–2016 academic year forever? Buy a Legend yearbook! Sales close on Friday, March 11, so click here to purchase your yearbook. And that’s not all. Seniors, say “Cheese!” The Legend Yearbook is getting your good side from March 14–17. Practice your smile, get your hair cut, and schedule your senior portrait appointment. Visit www.ouryear.com and enter school code 695 to pick a time and date that works for you. Sitting fees for portraits are $18 and can be paid by clicking here. Discounts are available to those who purchase both a yearbook and portrait sitting.
Lubin International Travel Scholarship
Deadline: Friday, March 25
London, Brazil, Brussels, Scandinavia. These are some of the countries and cities Lubin students have studied in thanks to the school’s international travel scholarships. Lubin students could earn up to $3,000 to study abroad through the Figueroa Family Fund. Don’t miss out on a life changing opportunity. Click here for instructions and to apply by Friday, March 25. Bon voyage!
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There’s no better way to beat the chill than by stepping under the Schimmel Theater lights! Pace’s Commercial Dance majors will be performing nine original works on December 2 and 3.
David Sharif ’19 is a Political Science major with a minor in Peace and Justice Studies currently blogging from Spain. He was diagnosed with autism and overcomes adversity by breaking down barriers across the world—one country at a time.
Around The World In 30 Countries
Wild about Setters Madness? Always ready to rock the blue and gold? You won’t want to miss the Men’s and Women’s Basketball home opener against our Adelphi rivals!
Bringing Home The Win