On Nov. 13, 2022, four students at the University of Idaho were found stabbed to death in a house near the campus in Moscow, Idaho. Ethan Chapin (20), Madison Mogen (21), Xana Kernodle (20) and Kaylee Goncalves (21) fell victim to leading suspect Bryan Kohberger who is facing four countsContinue Reading

Fast fashion has taken over the world in the past 20 years with 400% more clothes being produced now compared to the early 2000s. Ranging from companies like Shein to Forever 21 to H&M, these stores manufacture trendy, cheap, mass-produced clothes for high consumer demands at the expense of ourContinue Reading

The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) is receiving growing revenues from broadcast deals, merchandising and sponsorships on top of a record-breaking viewing audience. However, amidst all of the growth for the NWSL, an independent report finds systemic abuse and misconduct within the organization.   The NWSL was founded in 2012 andContinue Reading

KN: Hey guys! How are you all doing?  Camille Caton: Great! Brian Lee: Doing great!  KN: To start off this interview, the readers want to know, are you both friends?  CC: No, I hate Brian. Just kidding. Yes, we are friends.  BL: We’re besties.  KN: How does it feel beingContinue Reading

KN: Hey guys! How are you all doing?  DAVID GRICE: Fantastic!  KN: Why don’t you all give a formal introduction for the readers?  BIANCA VANERI: Sure! I’m Bianca Vaneri! I’m the student body secretary.  DG: I’m David Grice, and I am the student body vice president.  JACK WAGREICH: I’m JackContinue Reading

On May 24, 2022, members of the Pace Business Club visited the Coca-Cola headquarters to learn about the global corporation, its consumer products and business life structure. The Upper School Business Club is a new initiative started by members of the junior class and is geared towards navigating through theContinue Reading

Meet the new 2026 class dean, Upper School Biology teacher and Lacrosse coach, Ben Ewing. Ewing served in the Peace Corps in Fiji before working at Pace, and his hobbies include hiking, fishing, spending time outdoors and cooking. In 2018, Ewing started his teaching career at Pace and has servedContinue Reading

As the 2021-2022 school year comes to a close, several beloved teachers in the Pace community are retiring: Upper School Ceramics teacher Mark Knott, US World Language Chairperson Cappy Lewis and US English Department Chairperson Marsha Durlin.   For the past 10 years, Mr. Knott has taught ceramics to the studentsContinue Reading

Beginning next school year, the Seaman Family Student Commons will be utilized as a food court for all to enjoy. Food options include Crumbl Cookies, Starbucks, a Celsius machine, Chick-fil-A and even a Houston’s chicken tender bar will be available exclusively at Pace Academy. The faculty and staff are ecstaticContinue Reading

NFL legend Tom Brady has officially called it a career after winning seven Super Bowl Titles and three MVP awards during his 22 seasons. Brady is argued to be the best player in NFL history, leading in touchdown passes (624), passing yards (84,520), completions (7,263) and wins (243). At twenty-twoContinue Reading

Pace Athletics are performing well in winter sports, with wrestling, swimming and diving and both girls and boys basketball teams thriving. As seasons are approaching the finish line, teams are preparing for the state playoffs with passion and excitement to bring home a state title.  Boys Basketball:  The varsity boysContinue Reading

Valentine’s Day is around the corner on Feb. 14, and what could be a better way to spend the holiday than watching a romantic comedy! There are many classic romantic comedies out there, but here are five favorites: “10 Things I Hate About You” was released in 1999 and starsContinue Reading