This school year has been wacky, that’s for sure. Students all across the Arthur M. Blank Family Upper School have had their fair share of laughs, tears and smiles over these wacky occurrences. “The thing about wacky moments is that they are happening throughout the school day,” said freshman Luisa Whitney.
The police sirens cut like a knife through the humid summer air. Junior Sammy Lettes frantically darts through the darkness, attempting to evade the closely-following authorities. Just a few hours ago, this man was the pride and joy of Memphis, the heir to the valuable “zoot suit” fortune. In a
It’s 9 p.m. on a typical Wednesday night. The blackness of the outside world envelopes the Arthur M. Blank Family Upper School. However, a lone light from the office of Mr. Augustine Whyte penetrates the velvety darkness. At his desk, the Dean of Students reviews the day’s misconducts: dress code
The sweat drips down the forehead of junior Jake Movsovitz as he fervently scribbles the final notes on his flow paper. Although he has prepared his 2AC countless times before, he still experiences the same excitement every time he delivers the speech. Jake peers at his worst enemy: the clock.
Junior Jake Movsovitz saunters into the ridiculously humid dining room of his favorite local Indian restaurant, Atlanta Curry and Kabob on Jimmy Carter Blvd. in Norcross. Located underneath a laundromat, the restaurant is an obscure gem of the Atlanta culinary community. Beads of sweat collect on his forehead, as the pungent
It’s the last day of school, and students eagerly anticipate the glorious sound of the final school bell of the year, signifying a three-month liberation from the tyranny of teachers and arduous work. This is summer break, arguably the most cherished time of the year for the Pace community. Students
At the beginning of the year, there were many uncertainties as the Pace community faced significant changes. Moving into the Arthur M. Blank Family Upper School was a massive shift which could have easily spelled havoc; however, time and time again the Class of 2015 exemplified poise and leadership in