The New York Times game series has recently seen a surge in popularity. With hits including the Mini, Connections, Wordle, Sudoku and Strands, people have been spending more and more time on these daily puzzles.  For many, these games have become part of their daily routines. When students have downtime,Continue Reading

On Jan. 5, 2024, eleven students and three teachers arrived in Munich for the Germany ICGL trip. Led by history teacher Mr. Tim Hornor and math teachers Mr. Jason Smith and Mrs. Heather McCloskey, the group checked into the Euro Youth Hostel and headed to dinner. With bratwurst, pretzels, schnitzel,Continue Reading

Pickleball has taken the sports world by storm. Being a relatively easy sport to pick up and with endorsements from celebrities like Lakers star Lebron James and retired tennis star Serena Williams, pickleball is America’s fastest-growing sport. According to the Pro Pickleball Tour, there was a 15.6% increase in theContinue Reading

On Nov. 5, English Teacher Robert Kaufman, senior Martin Andra-Thomas and juniors Kate Grice and Harper Auchincloss hosted Pace’s fourth-ever TEDx talk with the theme of “Do I Dare.” Based on T.S. Eliot’s poem “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock,” the speeches dealt with themes of self-reflection and courage.Continue Reading

On Sep. 12, the game development engine, Unity Software, released a statement indicating that they would be adding a per-installation fee called the Unity runtime fee. As long as a Unity game passed a threshold of yearly revenue and total lifetime installs, it would be charged a flat fee perContinue Reading

Earthquake Devastates Moroccan Citizens On Sept. 8, a 6.8 magnitude earthquake hit Morocco in the High Atlas Mountains, leaving more than 2,900 people dead and more than 5,600 people injured. This has been the worst earthquake to hit Morocco since 1960, when a 5.9 magnitude earthquake devastated Agadir. The areaContinue Reading

On Aug. 14, former NFL player Michael Oher sued the Tuohy family for never officially adopting him. Instead of adoption, Oher had been under a conservatorship, which allowed the Tuohys to have authority over Oher’s medical and financial situations. In this recent lawsuit, Oher requested that the Tuohys end hisContinue Reading

On Aug. 13, dance phenomena Les Twins partnered with Kids Write Network and Silence the Shame to host a speaker event. Pace Academy was one of the schools invited, and it was announced that Les Twins would be starting their North American mental health tour at Pace.  Les Twins areContinue Reading

Twitter is one of the most popular social media platforms in the world. With millions of people around the world using it every day, what makes it different, and better, than some of its competitors?  Firstly, Twitter has one of the best user interfaces. It is very straightforward to navigateContinue Reading

KN: We’ll just start off with questions. Can y’all each go through and explain your favorite memory at Pace or the Knightly News?  JW: I have one. Mines gotta be my first year every day I would sit at the back of the classroom with Niko, and we would alwaysContinue Reading

After an eventful GAP week, the Class of 2023 officially wrapped up their last day of school on Apr. 28.  Monday, Apr. 24, was bring your pet to school day. Dogs crowded the tent and left fragments of dog poop scattered around the Pace campus. Tuesday was alter ego day.Continue Reading

This past Sunday, China reopened its land and sea borders for the first time in three years. China’s 1.4 billion inhabitants can finally see their friends and family again.  Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2019, China has followed a zero-COVID policy. In order to minimize the numberContinue Reading