Meet Caitlin Boley & Natasha Bynum!

The CCAR on the New York City campus is excited to introduce our two new student staffers, Caitlin and Natasha! Get to know a little more about each of them below, and if you see them in the office, be sure to stop in and say hello! Caitlin: Student Outreach & Media Projects Coordinator Hello! […]

Why Vote

Register to Vote! Pace Votes 2014

Service and civic engagement are important parts of a Pace education. College is more than just job training; it is also part of preparing yourself to be an engaged and active citizen, and recognizing how your individual actions and decisions impact your local, national, and global communities! Why vote? By voting, you will be able […]


Nominate Someone for the “Nobel Prize” in Public Service!

The Jefferson Awards for Public Service were established to recognize and honor individuals whose community service efforts best exemplify dedication to enhancing the quality of life in their community. Pace University became a Champion of the Jefferson Awards for Public Service in 2008.  Nominations are solicited from the university community and finalists are selected based on […]


Keep the Momentum: Take Action on Climate!

On Sunday, September 21st, Pace University students joined 400,000 others at a pinnacle moment in the history of the climate movement: The People’s Climate March. On Tuesday, September 23rd, at the United Nations Climate Summit, President Obama took note of the march, saying, “Alarm bells keep ringing, our citizens keep marching. We cannot pretend we […]

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Hey Everyone !

Hey Everyone !

My name is Jandery De La Cruz.  I am a junior here at Pace University.  I’m majoring in Communications and minoring in Criminal Justice.  I’m excited to be working with The Center for Community Action and Research and all of the exciting events we have this year.

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#PaceU at the People’s Climate March

In September, world leaders are coming to New York City for a UN summit on the climate crisis. UN Secretary­ General Ban Ki-­moon is urging governments to support an ambitious global agreement to dramatically reduce global warming pollution.  With our future on the line and the whole world watching, we’ll take a stand to bend […]

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Hasin & His Chicken

We’re Hiring!

Are you passionate about service and civic engagement? Looking for an on-campus work-study job that will allow you to develop valuable skills to help great causes and your fellow students get involved? Apply to work for the Center for Community Action and Research! This fall, the CCAR in New York City will be hiring two […]

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Spring 2014 in Review: CCARNYC

As the days get longer and the New York City weather creeps slowly toward summer, the Spring 2014 semester is quickly coming to an end! Congratulations to those who are graduating, who made it through their very first year, and everyone who is rocking these last two weeks of classes and finals. In 2013-2014, thousands […]

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Spring Into Service at the Atria

This past Saturday a group of students volunteered at the local Atria, located in Briarcliff Manor. While a couple of students played Bingo with residents there were a select few who went downstairs where the patients with Alzheimer were being taken care of. Most of these patients have lived long and fulfilling lives but unfortunately […]

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Take Action! on Palm Oil for #PaceEarthMonth

If you are a frequent reader of the labels on your food, you may notice that many of the processed foods we love – Girl Scout cookies, chips and crackers, peanut butter, and even Nutella – contain palm oil. In fact, according to the Rainforest Action Network (RAN), U.S. palm oil imports have increased by 485% […]

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Take Action! on the Keystone XL Pipeline for #PaceEarthMonth

Have you heard of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline? It’s the center of a five-year battle between energy groups and environmental activists that will soon be coming to an end as the government works toward a decision. We want you to be informed and Take Action! today to make your opinion heard! About the Pipeline […]

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SLC Spring Fling

SLC Spring Fling a Success!

On Friday, March 28th, the Center for Community Action & Research and the Successful Learning Center hosted the first-ever Spring Fling dance on Pace’s Pleasantville campus.  Over 50 members of the Pace community danced the night away in Gottesman with faculty, staff, students, and new friends from the Successful Learning Center.  Volunteer DJs from WPAW […]

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“It was satisfying hearing the gratification of the homeowner, a local rabbi, for all the restoration that we had enacted in the house.” Russell Whitehouse, ASB Day 4

During the fourth and final day of Pace’s Alternative Spring Break, I and my team mates focused on dry-walling, mudding and painting, having already completed the sub-flooring.  The replacement dry-walling covered a height of 14 inches, the level that the flooding of the 1st floor reached in the house.  Everything below that was destroyed by […]

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