Pace University Poem

From Alma Mater Vol. 2: The Northeast
Available Now for only 99 cents!

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*Pace University*

In the Computer Resource Centers
where contact is made with the ITS Help Desk,
after half an hour of being put on hold…

In the streets of New York City, where
in traffic,
much like a course load of 18 credits,
it is easy to fall behind…

In the world-acclaimed
Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts,
At an exclusive theatre premiere in a long line with only
select names…

And at the junction where
Opportunity waits on the other side…

Pace is the “pass” word.

In marathons and in games, never fall in the crowd—
Be a Pace Setter,
Lead cheers like our mascot that now pants from over-rants…
We told him,
“Sometimes, you gotta pace, Setter.”
This University is full with different paths of
Pace Setters,
Opened by Homer & Charles:
The Pace Settlers…
Now the line is crossed by 12,000
Go-Getters.

Here, you have route choices of
over 100 majors & minors,
as well as life experiences
in an à la carte menu we leave up to you.
Whether four years or even up to eight…
Success is never a race;
This is the place
to
Make your own Pace.

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