Thursday, Jan 28, 2021
by Oyin Sangoyomi ’23, Pace Center Student Correspondent
With a focus on community connection and engagement, Month of Service offered the Princeton University community opportunities to support community, build skills, have conversation, and reflect together.
Monday, Jan 11, 2021
by Gwen McNamara, Communications Specialist

The John H. Pace, Jr. ’39 Center for Civic Engagement is pleased to welcome in a new year and a new group of student program leaders. At the start of each calendar year, students selected to join our student boards begin their work throughout the center. Each student board helps set the course for their program and supports a myriad of student-...

Monday, Dec 21, 2020
by Sabrina Fay ’22, Pace Center Student Correspondent
Month of Service, spanning from January 4 through January 29, 2021, will encapsulate what makes civic engagement so rewarding and continue to draw on the event’s original inspiration from the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. through the theme of “A Beloved Community.”
Wednesday, Dec 9, 2020
by Oyin Sangoyomi '23, Student Correspondent
Prior to attending graduate school, Emily Apple grew up in and worked for New York City. It is this background that drove her to policy school to pursue her interest in issues pertaining to anti-racism, particularly anti-black racism.
Monday, Dec 7, 2020
In light of Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber’s recent announcement about spring 2021, we would like to share what we have learned from fall 2020 and what is guiding our planning and preparations for the coming semester.
Saturday, Dec 5, 2020
by Sabrina Fay ’22, Pace Center Student Correspondents
Joseph Shipley '22 is very passionate about voting rights, and so felt very lucky to be able to be a part of Vote100 over the summer and aid in their “Get Out the Vote” campaign
Wednesday, Dec 2, 2020
by Sabrina Fay ’22, Pace Center Student Correspondent
Kesavan Srivilliputhur '23’s work with the Princeton Asian American Student Association (PAASA) and Vote100 are intertwined; he first learned about Vote100 while tabling for PAASA at Frist Campus Center, later helping with the Vote100 Day of Action and becoming an undergraduate fellow.
Tuesday, Dec 1, 2020
by Sabrina Fay ’22, Pace Center Student Correspondent

The work of racial justice is long and unceasing; it requires constant re-appraisals, learning, and unlearning, but it is well worth the effort. This was the sentiment shared by three panelists at the Pace Council for Civic Values (PCCV) recent Dessert and Dialogue conversation...

Monday, Nov 30, 2020
by Sabrina Fay ’22, Pace Center Student Correspondent
In the summer of this year, Ella Gantman '23 was approached by a friend who wanted to work on a project recruiting poll workers, especially from the largely untapped demographic of young people.
Saturday, Nov 28, 2020
by Oyin Sangoyomi '23, Student Correspondent
Although Naomi Hess strongly believes that everyone deserves to have the right to vote, she also understands that not everyone wants to be politically engaged. That is why she works with Vote100 to increase political engagement.