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How to Help after Hurricanes Irma & Maria

On September 7th, Hurricane Irma struck the Caribbean, Puerto Rico, and Florida; on the 20th, Hurricane Maria made landfall on Puerto Rico, adding to the catastrophic impacts from the first storm to hit the island. The recovery efforts have just…

People marching in front of Sproul Hall to protest the appearance of Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017, in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot; Source: SPLC)

Responding to Charlottesville

We stand by President Krislov’s condemnation of the bigotry and hatred exhibited at the Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville, VA, this past weekend. We’ve compiled a collection of resources for the Pace community – from educational links to information…

2016-2017 SERVICE & CIVIC ENGAGEMENT RECOGNITION

2016-2017 SERVICE & CIVIC ENGAGEMENT RECOGNITION

Each year, Pace University students, faculty, and staff contribute over 85,000 hours of service to their local and global communities through volunteering, service-learning (Civic Engagement and Public Values courses), advocacy, activism, and non-profit internships. Pace’s commitment to service and civic…

Be the Change: Join the #EverydayActivismChallenge

Be the Change: Join the #EverydayActivismChallenge

For the month of April, students, staff, and faculty members will be pledging to commit to one personal action – either a daily habit or weekly action – to lessen their contributions to climate change or to have a positive…

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Volunteer Opportunities: Supporting Immigrants & Refugees

In response to growing anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim sentiments, many students have been seeking opportunities to volunteer in support of immigrants, refugees, and the Muslim community in New York City. Dr. Emily Welty, Chair of the Peace & Justice Department, has…

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