Hazy, cold and exhilarating, it is apparent that there’s something magical waiting just beyond the opening to the cave.

Passages adorned with ancient fossils offer evidence of the millions of years that have passed on this Earth.

As you approach the jungle just outside the entrance, the rush of cool wind that cascades out brings to life everything inside of you.

Join students, faculty, staff, trustees, delegates, alumni, and friends for this important event on Sunday, October 29.

On Monday, October 23, the American Scoreboard series will take Betsy De Vos back to school in a live reading of the US Senate confirmation hearing featuring Pace students and alumni alongside Broadway performers, and more! President Krislov has announced the winners of his Snapchat Challenge and the outings are awesome.

On Thursday, November 16, you’re invited to the NYC Campus to address systematic racism still being perpetuated today. Even just grappling with the idea of getting out of bed for that dreaded a.m. Keep reading for some helpful tips and motivational gifs during midterms! Take this: an invite to Pace’s Info Con on Tuesday, October 17, where you’ll get to learn everything there is to know about all the support services available to you on the NYC Campus.

Somebody told me that this is the place where everything’s better and everything’s safe. Pace University requests the honor of your presence at the inauguration of Marvin Krislov as its eighth president.

Son Doong Cave is in the heart of the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park in the Quang Binh province of Central Vietnam.

Only recently explored in 2009-2010 by the British Cave Research Association, the cave has only been open to the public since 2013.

In 2008 while out on another food gathering trip, Ho Khanh found the mysterious opening again and studiously took note of the path on how to get there.

In 2009 he led Howard, Deb and a team of professionals back to the cave for the first expedition to enter what would later become known as Hang Son Doong, or ‘Mountain River Cave’.

Pace student Zeina Taqi ’21 is already an accomplished entrepreneur. With Election Day approaching on November 7, Pace is participating in a national non-partisan effort to engage students in voter registration, education, and participation.