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The Actors Studio Drama School invites you to enjoy a weekly series of scenes, one-act plays, and full-length plays, some of them written by Pace playwrights, and all of them directed by our directors and acted by our actors.

PLV is the place to be when it comes to cool events.

Ernest Hemingway famously created the #sixwordstory when he wrote, "For sale: baby shoes, never worn." Now Mortola Library is challenging PLV students to write their own six word story—using a real typewriter!

Ready to dig into a discussion on hip hop and its cultural influences?

Tara Bernstein ’18 is a communications major on the PLV Campus, and a major sports fan pursuing sportscasting.

She’s covered everything from human interest stories for NY1 News to hype for the New York Mets. The Disability Film Festival, held on Tuesday, March 20, is a highly anticipated event that celebrates individuals with disabilities through film. Combining her passion for forensics and information technology on the NYC Campus, Janet Nweke '18 wasn't always an avid fighter of cybercrime.

Starting Monday, February 12, you're invited to a week of tough talks intended to spark discussion and positive change. After all the studying, hustling, and coffee-guzzling, you're only a few months away from getting your hands on that degree. Drop by to celebrate and order your cap and gown on Wednesday, February 7.

Chan (Sammy) Thai '19 is an advertising and integrated marketing major on the NYC Campus.

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Sidney Hong ’19 is an international management major with a peace and justice studies minor, founder and co-president of the Queer Society, and ready to take the startup industry by storm. WNBA Hall of Fame member, four-time WNBA finalist, and basketball legend Sue Wicks will be coming to the PLV Campus on Friday, April 20!

She even landed a job as a software engineer for Disney!

Take part in volunteering off-campus on Saturday, April 7, at places like the Teatown Lake Reservation, Rockefeller State Park Preserve, Westchester Land Trust, and more.

The reading will take place Monday, April 2, on the NYC Campus.

Come for an exclusive book signing, Q&A, and refreshments!

Step outside the classroom and make surprising discoveries!

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