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  • After a Year Off, March Madness Thrills College Basketball Fans

    Every year, 64 NCAA basketball teams fight to claw their way through the six round playoffs known as March Madness, complete with major upsets and thrilling games. This year was no exception, as many higher seeded teams fell to those ranked below them. However, despite all the madness, both men’s

  • Pace Secures Vaccines for Students and Families

    On Tuesday, March 23, Head of School Fred Assaf sent out a survey to gauge student interest in getting the COVID-19 vaccine, to be administered by Pace. By the end of the week, students aged 16 and up were signing up to receive their vaccines one year after the onset

  • Student Artists, Performers Named 2021 Arts Laureates

    Each year, the Pace Upper School recognizes ten students for their achievements in the performing and visual arts, naming these talented artists and performers Arts Laureates. Through a nomination, presentation and selection process, freshmen through seniors are chosen to share their art with the Pace community.  Although the move to

  • Pace Boys Basketball Competes at Geico High School Nationals

    The Pace Academy boys basketball team headed down to Fort Myers, Florida at the end of March to compete in the Geico High School Nationals. It was a huge honor for the boys to be invited, as only the top 10 teams in the country are rewarded with a spot

  • WHO Focuses on Inequity for World Health Day 2021

    This spring marks a year since the outbreak and initial lockdown because of COVID-19, and over that time, perceptions of health and peoples’ methods of staying happy and healthy have been altered. For this reason, observing World Health Day this year on April 7 carries extra weight. The World Health

  • The Alt-Right is Closer Than You Think

    On Jan. 6, we all watched in horror as a pro-Trump mob stormed the United States Capitol building. While the insurrectionists smashed windows, looted the Capitol building, and chanted for the death of people like Nancy Pelosi and Mike Pence, the question was asked by hundreds and thousands across the

  • Jewish Affinity Group Continues to Unite Students

    At the start of the 2019 school year, students in the Pace Academy Upper School gathered together to form Pace’s first Jewish Affinity Group. This group is aimed at uniting Jewish students throughout the Upper School and giving them a space to converse and connect with people that practice Judaism.

  • Pace Celebrates National Poetry Month in April with Poet Richard Blanco

    National Poetry Month begins April 1 and celebrates the many poets who have lived, and are currently living here in the United States, recognizing the works that they published over the years. The primary goal is to spread awareness and increase a national appreciation for poetry throughout the country. During

  • Pace Prom Still Happening, but with Modifications

    The 2020-2021 school year has seen many changes as Pace attempts to keep traditions alive while following COVID-19 protocols. First football games, then Spirit Week and now prom have been adjusted to keep students and faculty safe. On April 17, Pace will host prom here on campus in the upper

Sports

After a Year Off, March Madness Thrills College Basketball Fans

Every year, 64 NCAA basketball teams fight to claw their way through the six round playoffs

Pace Boys Basketball Competes at Geico High School Nationals

The Pace Academy boys basketball team headed down to Fort Myers, Florida at the end of

Boys Basketball Wins State Championship, Will Attend Nationals

The boys varsity basketball team traveled to the Macon Centreplex last Thursday where they dominated Columbia

Spring Sports Rush Into Action

The spring is by far Pace’s busiest sports season with seven different sports and 19 teams. 

Alumni Thomas, Sloman Find Success as Rookies in NFL

As the Super Bowl on Feb. 7 capped the NFL season, the league saw two Pace

Spring Athletes Eager to Begin Seasons

GIRLS SOCCER With the beginning of second semester, spring sports began early tryouts, practices, and games.

Lifestyle

Movies, Music, TV: What to Expect in 2021

People are hopeful that 2021 will be a better year for the entertainment industry than 2020 was. The COVID-19 pandemic delayed highly anticipated films and television shows, causing production to come to a halt, and live music shows were cancelled as well. Movie theaters have taken a massive financial hit

Celebrate Black History Month by Supporting Local, Black-Owned Restaurants

If you’re looking for a new brunch spot, the Atlanta Breakfast Club, or A.B.C., has got you covered. Since 2016, co-owners Anthony Sanders and O. Osiris Ballard have been cooking up their specialties in Midtown. Located at 249 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd. NW, they provide great service to their customers

Resolutions Reflect Hope, More Engagement in New Year

As the clock struck midnight on New Year’s Eve, senior Claire Howell put on her mask, walked outside and made her New Year’s wish amidst distant fireworks: “I hope this year is better than 2020.” To most people, the New Year signifies a fresh start. But further into January, Howell

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