At 9 a.m. on March 3, 18 students and three faculty advisors gathered at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport to board the first leg of their trip: a 15-hour flight to Seoul, South Korea, followed by a five-hour flight to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. As the weary group filed into theirContinue Reading

Beautiful hair. A wonderful voice. An innate ability to bring people together through his soft-spoken words. I did not say a name but you know who I am talking about. Donald Trump, Republican nominee front runner, is known for his peaceful rallies and open mindedness amidst a chaotic political scene.Continue Reading

The Cameron Crazies, the Orange Crush, and the Knights of the Round Table. What do these three groups have in common? They are all student sections for elite teams in their respective leagues. But with student sections comes an odd gray area of social interaction between the students and theContinue Reading

Celebration of the new year has many traditions, such as parties in anticipation of the midnight drops, but none are as common or regrettable as the New Year’s resolution. A select few people actually follow through on their New Year’s resolutions. Very often, resolutions fall apart within one week, butContinue Reading

Amid the iron bars, restrictive bands and students pushing themselves to their physical limits in the Pace Academy weight room, you will find the famous strength and conditioning coach Clement Rouiviere. The coach is renowned for his humor which provides some levity in a room filled with heavy weights and sweat-drenchedContinue Reading

The start of the new semester brings new challenges and opportunities: spring sports tryouts, a new beginning for academics and, of course, the famous minimesters. These week-long classes, conjured by Science Department Chair Jonathan Day, give students a break from their usual science classes and introduces them to interesting, newContinue Reading

Senior Andrew Wu is renowned for his academic scholarship, his leadership in the Junior Classical League and his immaculate “Guitar Hero” skills. But a facet of his amazing profile that few people know about is his work in progress, the book “Space, Time and the Universe: A Comprehensive Guide toContinue Reading

Unfortunately, we have once again been faced with a tragic shooting, this time at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. We as a nation mourn the loss of lives, but the way to stop mass shootings cannot be determined by an emotional response. Gun control is not the answer. The unfortunate realityContinue Reading

We all know the feeling. It’s a Monday, you were up late Sunday night finishing your AP U.S. History and AP Spanish homework, and you have a first period free. You are grateful for having the free period, but you think to yourself: “I wish I could just sleep in rightContinue Reading

The world of technology is always changing. As soon as you acquire the newest iPhone, Apple announces the release date of an updated model. The same principle applies for something as basic as email. Pace Academy is moving from the outdated FirstClass server in a switch that is expected toContinue Reading

The track: a location of the most exhilarating 15 seconds on the planet where some of the best athletes in the world fight tooth and nail to come out on top in the 100 meter dash. Track athletes spend their whole season preparing for just a few seconds of physical exertion,Continue Reading

How many times have you been sitting in the Inman Center taking an exam and thought, “I could really use some more time on this exam?” This issue is one that Pace students keep silent about to appease their teachers in their fervent desire to leave for winter or summer break.Continue Reading