William F. McAloon, who helped oversee the expansion of the Pleasantville Campus in the early years, addressed graduates at the Pace Commencement in 1972 and spoke of Pace in Westchester County as a “…place of warm human influences that merge into an experience never to be forgotten by our graduates.” These are the words that inspired the theme of 50th anniversary of the Pleasantville Campus: “50 Years, 50,000 Stories.” Pace’s Pleasantville Campus is made up of its people and their stories. Everyone who has studied, worked, or played in Pleasantville has a story to tell about how Pace has affected their lives.
We want to hear your stories about your time at the PLV Campus, whether as a student, a faculty or staff member, or both! You can share your stories and photos on 50th anniversary website www.pace.edu/PLV50, or you can use #PLV50 on Twitter, Instagram, or Vine. Your stories are part of what makes Pace great!
Upcoming 50th Events:
All work and no play may make Jack a dull boy, but you’ll be anything but when you pull up to Drive-In Movie Night on the PLV Campus. In celebration of the PLV Campus’ 50th anniversary, SDCA will host a screening of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining on Friday, October 4 at 8:00 p.m. in Parking Lot F. $3 gets you in. Treat yourself to some classic cinema snacks and sit back to enjoy the show!
On Thursday, October 17, Pace University and the Westchester County Association are hosting an exciting panel discussion to explore the latest innovations in telehealth. Panelists and moderators include Dr. Simeon Schwartz, CEO of WESTMED, Pace alumnus Chris Gaur, co-founder, Vital Care Services, Seidenberg Professors Jean Coppola, PhD, and David Sachs, EdD, and Dyson Professor and past president of the Northern Metropolitan Hospital Association Neil Abitabilo. Space is limited, so be sure to RSVP to email@example.com.
Join event chair, David Pecker ’72, and our faculty and staff hosts as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Pleasantville location with the 50 Years, 50 Faces Reception and Dinner on October 26. This special evening includes a reception and dinner, catered by Jean-Jacques’ Culinary Creations, with tables hosted by members of the Pace Community. To register online today, visit www.pace.edu/50FacesFacStaff. For more information and an e-vite to share with alumni you know, contact Michele Camardella or Dawn Rigney in the Alumni Relations Office.
For more information about these and other events planned for the PLV 50th anniversary, visit www.pace.edu/PLV50.