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  • Retail Pharmacies to Dispense Abortion Pills

    With the commencement of 2023, the Food and Drug Administration (F.D.A) officially removed the in-person requirement when obtaining mifepristone, a drug that blocks a hormone necessary for pregnancy development. According to The New York Times, prescribing physicians previously dispensed mifepristone directly to the patient, at specific clinics or hospitals. But

  • Spirit Week 2023 In Review

    Freshmen: Monsters Inc. The Class of 2026 chose the simple yet effective theme of Monsters Inc. for their first Spirit Week. While around 30 freshmen chose not to participate in the dance, they still presented a fun first performance. Leads Anne Weiss as Boo and Bennett Cummings as Randall wowed

  • The Pace Community Celebrates Black History Month

    February is a month where the United States pays tribute to the generations of African Americans who have struggled with adversity throughout American history. The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) named ‘Black Resistance’ as the theme for February 2023. Looking at what Pace is

  • TikTok Fights Bans as Family Guy Pipeline Incident Highlights Risks

    Over 20 states have banned TikTok from government-owned devices, and the federal government has recently passed a similar ban too. Additionally, in Dec. 2022, a complete ban on TikTok in the U.S. was introduced to the senate by Marco Rubio (R-Fl). While the closure of the 117th Congress renders that

  • Wednesday Breaks Netflix Records

    On Nov. 23, “Wednesday” premiered on Netflix, quickly breaking Netflix’s record for the most hours viewed in a week for an English-language series. Everyone is familiar with the famous Addams family, which was first introduced to the world with cartoons from “The New Yorker” in 1938. Since then, there have


Trovon Baugh Takes the Spotlight On and Off the Field

Coming to Pace in the 9th grade, Senior Trovon Baugh has been a vital member of

The FIFA World Cup 2022 Kicks Off

As Qatar and Ecuador kickoff the World Cup on Nov. 20, Harry Kane, Chtistian Pulisic and

Class of 2022 Graduates Continue Their Athletic Careers at the Next Level

As many Pace students excel in their athletic extracurricular activities many decided to continue their careers

Catherine Monroe, Nick Bach Become New Varsity Volleyball, Football Coaches

Catherine Monroe joins the Pace community this year as the Head Volleyball Coach and Assistant Athletic

Serena Williams Announces Retirement

At age 40, Serena Williams, 23-time grand slam winner, announces her retirement after a long and

Fall Sports Kick Off Another Year

Football: The football team begins the season hoping to continue their success from the previous year.


Matty Healy’s On-Stage Antics Generate Confusion and Clout

The 1975, a British synth-pop band with over 16 million monthly listeners on Spotify, was recently on their “At Their Very Best” World Tour promoting their most recent album, “Being Funny in a Foreign language.” This tour premiered the band’s innovative performance style, which the Rolling Stones categorized as “part

Golden Globes Return to Live Broadcast; Looking to Rewrite Their Historic Flaws

The 80th Golden Globes returned to live broadcast this year with witty comic Jerrod Carmichael hosting the show. His jokes touched on the historic controversies of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), poked fun at scientology, and had the celebrity audience gasping and laughing. Leading winners of the evening were

Advances in Artificial Intelligence Receive Backlash

As artificial intelligence develops further and increases its capabilities, the technology has received tremendous backlash over the past year. One of the uses for AI has been widely criticized in particular – AI art. New programs like DALL-E  2 and Midjourney use AI to generate art from short word prompts,

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