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STUDENT life47Star Power at PaceFrom raising money for Haiti to Shakespearean theater, Pace fosters a community of intellect and activism. The learning experience goes far beyond the classroom doors. Here's a look at what's been happening at Pace and a preview of what incoming students can look forward to:n Vice President Joe Biden chose Pace for a panel discussion on the status of the federal stimu-lus package. n Shakespeare's Globe Theatre from London set up camp in the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts for its national tour of Love's Labour's Lost. n The Economist's Buttonwood Gathering, also hosted at the Schimmel Center, brought financial leaders and visionaries such as Tim Geithner, Lawrence Summers, and George Soros to Pace to discuss the current economic crisis.n Actresses Kate Hudson and Hilary Swank, musician Bon Jovi, and Avatar Director James Cameron were just a few of the celeb-rities making appearances on Inside the Actor's Studio. n CNBC correspondent and Pace alumnus Charles Gasparino held a book signing and Q&A with Pace students as did New York Times reporter Andrew Ross Sorkin and CNBC's Maria Bartiromo.n This year's Left Forum, held on the New York City Campus, featured Rev. Jesse Jackson and Noam Chomsky, along with numerous academics, activists, lawyers, and educators.Student Life

Our New York City CampusReady to take a bite out of The Big Apple? From Broadway productions to East Village vintage, with New York City as your campus, you'll never run out of things to do. Try your hand at acting and movie production, as more than 100 students did during the filming of the independent movie When Harry Tries to Marry on campus. Present your papers and participate in panels at conferences such as the Eastern Colleges Science Conference and The Left Forum. Participate in poetry slams, digital displays, cooking competitions, and more. In the city that never sleeps, there are always places to go and things to do, even after an all-night study session! STUDENT lifePace's New York City Campus is located in the heart of the Financial District next to South Street Seaport and just minutes from Chinatown, Soho, and more. With four residence halls available, we offer a variety of housing options to New York City undergraduates. Stay in one of our three downtown locations (Maria's Tower, Fulton Hall, and 55 John Street) or sign up for the best view of the city at the St. George Weller Building in Brooklyn Heights-just a short subway ride away.48Student Life