The death of the beloved Queen Elizabeth II in early September prompted an outpour of love and support for England’s longest-reigning monarch. British mourners waited in headline-making lines nearly 5 miles long to pay their final respects at London’s palace of Westminster. Floral tributes piled up in the thousands outsideContinue Reading

As the weather gets colder and the days get shorter, fashion choices across the school begin to shift, transitioning from the classic khaki shorts or tennis skirts into something a bit different.  Fall favorites such as flannel jackets and Uggs have returned this year, consistent in their standing as someContinue Reading

In a historic decision to reverse reproductive rights set in place for nearly half a century, on June 24, the Supreme Court ruled to eliminate a woman’s constitutional right to abortion. Since then, nearly one in three American women, over 20 million, have lost access to safe abortions. This numberContinue Reading

“Free speech is the bedrock of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is the digital town square where matters vital to the future of humanity are debated,” declared Elon Musk in a news release on April 25th. This announcement came shortly after Twitter announced that the company has accepted Musk’s $44Continue Reading

Each day, as noon approaches and students trickle into the cafeteria, they are greeted by a treasure of the Pace community: Flik dining. Although recognized throughout the greater Atlanta area as a fine dining establishment, as of April 2022, they will now be acknowledged as an international sensation: they willContinue Reading

Russia has managed to make a mockery of the most established sporting event in history and continues to escape virtually unscathed from any consequences. This year’s Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics have only served as further proof, as Kamila Valieva, a 15 year-old figure skater, was allowed to continue competing despiteContinue Reading

Pace Academy campus came alive on the nights of Jan. 28 and 29, as a lively audience showed up to watch a staple of the Upper School drama department: the Winter Showcase. Rather than experiencing just one play or musical, attendees witnessed the production played out in the Fine ArtsContinue Reading

As the clock counts down to midnight on Dec. 31, 2021 and people across the nation vow to become better, a disheartening fact looms over the new year: over two-thirds of Americans will abandon their New Year’s Resolution within the first month. The overwhelming optimism from the first two weeksContinue Reading

With “Help Wanted” and “Now Hiring” posters plastered across storefront windows, many politicians are now blaming the workers themselves, in a tired, old tirade about the new generation and their poor work ethic. This simplistic argument that blames workers for their inability to earn a living wage has finally expired,Continue Reading

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 yearContinue Reading

Hispanic Heritage Month took place from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, honoring the cultures and contributions of Hispanic and Latinx Americans who have influenced and enriched our nation. These dates coincide with the national independence days of Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica, and they prelude the independenceContinue Reading