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  • Braves End Atlanta Championship Drought

    On Nov. 2, the Atlanta Braves defeated the Houston Astros for the Major League Baseball World Series, claiming the first title for the city since 1995. It has been a long championship drought for Atlanta with notable heartbreaking losses such as the Falcons’ Super Bowl 51 loss. In response to

  • Knights Impress the Audience With One Act Metamorphoses

    On Oct. 21 and 22, the Upper School theater program performed “Metamorphoses,” this year’s One Act. “Metamorphoses” by Mary Zimmerman is an adaptation of The Book of Ovid and is centered on different tales of Greek mythology. The students were able to use their creativity to make it special and

  • Pace Adapts to New Era of Pandemic

    As the Pace Academy community enters a second school year amid a global pandemic, the administration has made several changes to ensure the safety of all while also welcoming back several well-loved traditions. The return of senior tailgates, assembly and regular lunch are among the many traditions that students and

  • How do I Survive Freshman Year?

    Seniors, juniors and sophomores have grown comfortable with the ins and outs of the Upper School. The class of 2025 has yet to learn the tips and tricks that can help them navigate their first year of high school. As a freshman, you may go to the wrong class, forget

  • Pace Builds the Kam Memar Lower School One Swing at a Time!

    During the 2021 summer, the Pace Lower School playground finally finished renovation. With new slides, circle swings and more space, the playground is bigger and better than ever. Second-grader Eduardo De Cock says, “I like this playground a little bit more.” De Cock, along with the other Pace Lower Schoolers

Sports

Braves End Atlanta Championship Drought

On Nov. 2, the Atlanta Braves defeated the Houston Astros for the Major League Baseball World

Fantasy Football Dominates Sports Culture

Cue the National Football League (NFL) theme music, hop into your favorite seat and get ready

Hawks Have High Expectations Entering the 2021-2022 Season

The Atlanta Hawks had a strong finish to the 2020 season, and there are high expectations

Simone Biles Demonstrates Importance of Mental Health

During the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, Simone Biles sparked worldwide controversy when she withdrew from the

Football Team Plays Rabun County on National Television

On Saturday Aug. 28, the Knights football team took the two-hour drive to compete against in-state

2-Peat! Girls Tennis Back-to-Back Champs

The varsity girls tennis team defeated Lovett at Berry College in Rome, Georgia on May 8

Lifestyle

Oct. 11th: Day of Celebration or Remembrance?

For many Pace students, Oct. 11 is only viewed as a much-needed break, but across the country, a forced national reckoning over America’s racial legacy is taking place. Calendars, cabinets and councils have disagreed over whether to acknowledge this day as Columbus Day or Indigenous Peoples Day; however, this year

Gossip Girl vs. Gossip Girl: Comparing Reboot to Original Series

HBO Max recently launched a reboot of the CW’s “Gossip Girl,” a show about a blogger who goes by Gossip Girl and reveals the biggest secrets of Manhattan’s elite. The original show began in 2007 and went on for six seasons until 2012. Even though the two shows have the

Harry Styles Begins Delayed World Tour

Harry Styles kicked off his postponed tour in the beginning of September at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena. Love On Tour begins each gig with opener Jenny Lewis. Styles’ set-list features a majority of Styles’ 2019 album Fine Line including his radio hits such as “Watermelon Sugar” and “Golden.”

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