Lee Hawkins, Jr. has had a very successful career in journalism for over 20 years, working for the Wisconsin State Journal, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wall Street Journal and American Public Media. Recently, he became a Pulitzer Prize Finalist and wrote his own book. His passion for his work and theContinue Reading

On Aug. 24, during an assembly not soon to be forgotten, the 2022-2023 school year dress code was revealed. The new Dean of Students Erica Barbakow gave her presentation about the rules for the school, and much of it was the same as years prior. However, the one big changeContinue Reading

TikTok celebrity Vic Blends is leaving a unique mark on social media. Blends is a 21-year-old barber from North Carolina who is using his skills in cutting hair to spread positivity in the world. Blends explained on the Nick Cannon Show the impact that COVID-19 had on his life, sayingContinue Reading

Elon Musk is one of the most powerful business owners in the world. Now, he is trying to take over the world. Just kidding … maybe. Elon Musk is the founder and owner of Neuralink, a company that is working to develop implantable brain-machine interfaces to connect humans and computers.Continue Reading

Upper School Spanish Teacher Laura Agront-Hobbs is not new to the Olympic circuit. She qualified twice for the Olympic games and competed in 1984 in Los Angeles, representing Puerto Rico and participating in the high jump. That is why it should come as no surprise to students that Señora Agront-HobbsContinue Reading

While it is important to recognize the entrepreneurial successes of current Pace students, it is also important to highlight the success of Pace alumni who are out working professionally in the real world. Pace showcases some of these small businesses owned by alumni on its website to spread the wordContinue Reading

Need something to do this summer? Well, look no further. There are some perfect summer internships and opportunities for you to sign up for right now. These are great experiences that can even help you with jobs in the future. While Pace does not endorse any of these internships, theyContinue Reading

On Dec. 19, 2021, Georgia’s beloved US Senator Johnny Isakson (Republican) passed away after serving 14 years in the Senate. When I was in eighth grade, just before Sen. Isakson resigned his post for health reasons in 2019, he agreed to be interviewed by me for a project I wasContinue Reading

Pace has various initiatives designed to improve student mental health, such as the SAB, which is a student-led group intended to spread awareness for different mental health problems frequently seen in students at school. But what about our teachers? Are they getting the mental health support that they need? ChiefContinue Reading

On Tuesday, Nov. 2, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) director, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, signed off on the recommendation that the Pfizer Covid Vaccine be available to children from ages five to eleven. How will this affect life at Pace? Head of School Fred Assaf was able toContinue Reading

Last year, there were several changes to student life because of COVID-19, including Community Engagement Day for the freshmen. However, Associate Director of Isdell Center for Global Leadership Ted Ward was excited to share that this year, Community Engagement Day will be close to returning to the pre-COVID-19 norm. “WeContinue Reading

On Oct. 21 and 22, the Upper School theater program performed “Metamorphoses,” this year’s One Act. “Metamorphoses” by Mary Zimmerman is an adaptation of The Book of Ovid and is centered on different tales of Greek mythology. The students were able to use their creativity to make it special andContinue Reading