Math teacher Jason Smith is one of Pace Academy’s most brilliant minds: an intellectual man who seems to have all of the answers to students’ most difficult questions. In addition, he prides himself on being the co-founder of the Pace Academy Pick-Up Basketball Association (PAPUBA) and one of the best
HBO’s 2019 documentary “I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter” is about a young woman, Michelle Carter, who went on trial in 2017 for encouraging her long distance boyfriend, Conrad Roy, to take his own life. The documentary has attracted a vast range of audiences for its
There is a varsity sport that takes place in the computer lab? Yes! Electronic sports (esports), multiplayer competitive video gaming, is now a GHSA sanctioned sport. At Pace, students can now show off their creative minds in the virtual world, playing games such as “Rocket League” and “SMITE,” all while
Although the scorching Atlanta heat was blazing on Sept. 13 and 14, Piedmont Park still attracted over 200,000 attendees for its annual Music Midtown festival. Amidst a weekend of over 30 acts representing many genres, there were obvious standouts that enticed the crowd. Atlanta natives Lil Yachty and 6LACK (pronounced
As summer vacation approaches, many students are filling their schedules with trips, summer sports, internships and jobs. Although touring a new city or country can be exciting and eye-opening, there are many entertaining activities to do right here in Atlanta. Need some ideas to crush that summer boredom at home?
“Success and care,” said junior Meghan McMillin when describing photography and sculpture teacher France Dorman. “He only cares about our success and will go to extreme lengths to help us progress in our daily lives through the lens of photography.” Mr. Dorman has transformed the photography department at Pace for