Stories

Monday, Feb 11, 2019
by Benjamin Gelman ’22, Pace Center Student Correspondent

“His work was fueled by passion, included many challenges, and, has been made
possible through relationships.”

“We don’t know anyone who is more deserving of this award.”

“He inspired many on campus.”

Friday, Feb 1, 2019
by Benjamin Gelman '22, Pace Center student correspondent

In this monthly Q&A series, we aim to highlight members of the Princeton community, including students, faculty, and staff, who engage in service. This month, we spoke to Cherry Oakley who served as our Community Partner-in-Residence in the  fall of 2018.

Thursday, Jan 17, 2019

A message from Kimberly de los Santos, John C. Bogle '51 and Burton G. Malkiel *64 Executive Director

Tuesday, Jan 15, 2019
by Toyosi Oluwole ’21

On Friday, January 11, the Pace Center for Civic Engagement celebrated the hard work and dedication of community partners with its annual Community Partner Gathering at Prospect House at Princeton University.

Tuesday, Dec 18, 2018
by Benjamin Gelman ’22, Pace Center Student Correspondent

Beginning in January 2019, the Pace Center for Civic Engagement will once again host Princeton University’s annual Month of Service.

Friday, Dec 14, 2018
by Benjamin Gelman ’22, Pace Center Student Correspondent 

In this monthly Q&A series, we aim to highlight members of the Princeton community, including students, faculty, and staff, who engage in service.

Monday, Nov 26, 2018
by Benjamin Gelman ’22, Pace Center Student Correspondent
Lou Chen summed up his service philosophy with the idea that “I want to make sure that there are no wasted chances.” This sentiment, of ensuring that nobody is denied opportunities for growth or enrichment because of their background, is at the core of the Trenton Youth Orchestra (TYO), a civic engagement project that Chen founded, and for which...
Wednesday, Nov 14, 2018
by Benjamin Gelman '22, Pace Center student correspondent

“Journalism is activism for the truth” said journalist Indira Lakshmanan, who spoke at Princeton University’s Distinguished Teaching Lecture in Service and Civic Engagement on Tuesday, November 13 in McCormick 106 to discuss the current state of journalism and how it can function as a public service. 

Friday, Nov 9, 2018
by By: Benjamin Gelman ’22, Pace Center Student Correspondent

In this monthly Q&A series, we aim to highlight a member of the Princeton community, including students, faculty, and staff, who engages in service.

Tuesday, Nov 6, 2018
by Benjamin Gelman '22, Pace Center student correspondent

Karen Schmitt began her talk by discussing what became a foundational idea of my fall break: “Cancer care inequalities start way back in inequalities in health care.”

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