Nina Jankowicz, author of “How to Lose the Information War: Russia, Fake News, and the Future of Conflict,” has used her expert cyber-security knowledge to hack into the Pace database. Students began realizing that something was wrong when their profile pictures on Instagram starting changing to the same eerie photoContinue Reading

Black History Month is a time to commemorate the achievements of Black Americans throughout history, such as the legacies of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Harriet Tubman. These influential people changed the course of history in America and often faced harsh backlash during their fight for justice, equality andContinue Reading

With Valentine’s Day this weekend, every girl is looking for that perfect guy to sweep them off their feet and make Valentine’s Day feel like a real-life rom-com. Well, ladies, look no further! The Knightly News Most Eligible Bachelor for this year is senior Will Brennan, an outstanding stud whoContinue Reading

Political polarization runs deep in America. Families are divided; friendships are broken. When will we be able to heal and mend these relationships, and reconnect divided families? Are these relationships irrecoverable? Will we ever be able to return to a time when political disagreement wasn’t a friendship-ender? President-elect Joe BidenContinue Reading

Late Saturday morning, cities across the country erupted in celebration as major news outlets declared Joe Biden the projected winner of the 2020 Presidential Election. Many people took to the streets to dance, cheer and bang on pots and pans, congratulating their neighbors and basking in the light of aContinue Reading

Late Night Bite – Insomnia Cookies Delivered until 3 a.m., Insomnia Cookies are the best late night bite in Atlanta. The chain has three locations in the city, on Spring St. near Georgia Tech, and in the Poncey Highland and East Atlanta neighborhoods. You can go in-store and order, butContinue Reading

Knightly News: Hey Gus! Gus Thomas: Hello there! KN: How are you doing this year? GT: I’m doing well. School’s crazy, but we’re hanging in there. KN: Yeah. So, I know you haven’t participated in Student Council in the past – how’d you decide to run? GT: Well, I didContinue Reading

After an intensive application process, the Isdell Center for Global Leadership (ICGL) selected seniors Madison Martin and Evan Elster and juniors Jordan White and Pranavh Pradeep to represent the student body as Isdell Global Leaders (IGLs) this school year. Each year, the IGLs dissect a specific issue by traveling toContinue Reading

The novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is affecting many aspects of people’s lives due to necessary social distancing. With these drastic changes comes the spread of information, often on social media, that is not necessarily true. In order to be well informed about this disease, one must know whichContinue Reading

Since GHSA officially cancelled spring sports April 2, students may be tempted to abandon their fitness goals and resort to binge-watching Netflix shows. Although watching TV series and movies is always a good way to relax and escape boredom, it’s important to continue exercising to stay mentally and physically healthy.Continue Reading

As of March 30, the Accelerate Pace Lower School construction project has been put on hold. Due to the dramatic downturn in the stock market, signaling an impending recession or even depression, major donors are no longer confident that they can meet their financial pledges for the project. Therefore, theContinue Reading

Each year, over 5,000 thespians from high schools all over Georgia come together for ThesCon, a conference held in Columbus, Georgia every February. This year, 23 Pace students attended the conference from Feb. 6-8 where they participated in workshops led by theatre professionals and watched productions from high schools acrossContinue Reading