In recent months, retail clothing store sales have been rapidly declining. Well-known brands such as Kohl’s and Old Navy have been particularly struggling; in the first quarter, Kohl’s sales dropped by 5.2%, while Old Navy’s sales dropped by 13%. Supply chain issues and the rapidly growing inflation are not doingContinue Reading

Another debate over a seemingly pointless question has come up on the internet: are there more wheels or doors in the world? This question originated from Twitter, where Ryan Nixon tweeted a poll on Mar. 4, 2022, asking this exact question. Since then, it has been debated on both TikTokContinue Reading

Large amounts of dangerous chemicals have been found in food packaging. PFAS are chemicals used by restaurants and manufacturers to keep water and grease out of the packaging. They are used in a variety of objects including nonstick pans, clothing, stain-resistant furniture, carpets and even cellphones. The CDC has classifiedContinue Reading

On his return to school for Spring Break, self-proclaimed granola bar connoisseur Jason Smith announced that he would be boycotting Cliff bars. “Over the past couple of years, the quality has gone down and the price has increased,” said Mr. Smith. “I don’t think anybody should be buying or eatingContinue Reading

On Jan 4, 2022, BlackBerry officially discontinued its support for its software, including BlackBerry 10, 7.1 OS and any earlier versions. Older Blackberries can no longer make phone calls, send text messages, use data or use the internet. BlackBerry has fallen so far from its once-dominant hold on the phoneContinue Reading

Kyrie Irving returned to the NBA on Jan. 5 against the Pacers after missing the first half of the season.  Irving has already missed 48 games which created lots of controversy back in September. He was not allowed at any Nets practices and received significant backlash. However, he has remainedContinue Reading

On Nov. 14 Pace hosted its second-ever TEDx event. After a successful first event last March, the return of TEDx was an exciting opportunity for many students. Prior TEDx Committee members, juniors Emma Beth Neville and Marit Uyham stepped into the large role of leading the event. “Emma Beth and I were so inspiredContinue Reading

On Saturday, Sept. 18, the first-ever all-civilian flight returned to Earth from space. The crew consisted of four members: 38-year-old Jared Isaacman (the billionaire who paid for the trip), 29-year-old Hayley Arceneux (a cancer survivor and physician at St. Jude’s), 51-year-old Sian Proctor (a geologist and professor) and 42-year-old ChrisContinue Reading

During the 2021 summer, the Pace Lower School playground finally finished renovation. With new slides, circle swings and more space, the playground is bigger and better than ever. Second-grader Eduardo De Cock says, “I like this playground a little bit more.” De Cock, along with the other Pace Lower SchoolersContinue Reading