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5{ Danielle A. Davis '13, Communication Studies } New York CityYou don't have to wait until graduation to enter the real world. At Pace, you're already in it.

Instead of reporting from your desk, how about reporting from the field? Students of Professor Maria Luskay's Media and Communications Arts class, like { Pedro Rivera '12, Communications }, recently traveled to Amsterdam to help make a documentary about the American Ambassador. With average class sizes of 23 students, Pace professors have the time to focus on individuals and provide unique opportunities such as this.6