Remember those stories you have heard about robots taking over the world? They may not be exactly accurate, but with robots replacing increasing amounts of jobs previously done by humans, they clearly seem to be on the rise. Simple jobs, especially those in the food industry such as flipping burgers,Continue Reading

August 24, 2022 was a contradicting day for the nation of Ukraine. While it marked the day of independence from their Soviet rule and called for celebration, it also marked the six-month anniversary of the Russian invasion on Feb. 24, 2022. Since this date when Vladimir Putin announced a “specialContinue Reading

Held in Minneapolis, MN, the Women’s NCAA March Madness showcased exciting matchups, star players and many historic moments for the women’s game. Coming into the tournament, the one seeds were Louisville, South Carolina, Stanford and NC State, also accompanied by UConn as a two seed, projected to go far. SomeContinue Reading

Small green and yellow squares can be seen all over devices at Pace as students work hard to figure out the daily Wordle. A new game emerging in January and increasing in popularity ever since, Wordle is a quick daily puzzle where the player has to guess the five-letter wordContinue Reading

If the exciting Tokyo Olympics were not enough for you in 2021, the Winter Olympics are back for 2022 in Beijing along with 200 American athletes ready to compete. This year the seven different sports are biathlon, bobsledding, curling, ice hockey, luge, skating and skiing, with a record 109 differentContinue Reading

Every fall, the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) examines schools’ athletic departments based on their number of students and size. All class levels are considered in determining if a school should move up a division or down. This creates a fair environment so that smaller schools will not have aContinue Reading

On July 1, 2021, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) published a new list of policies about ways their student-athletes can earn money, and college athletes are now starting to take advantage of these new privileges. The problem of pay has been a long time issue in the NCAA asContinue Reading

After almost a full year since iOS 14, Apple created iOS 15, a new update to their technology that came out on Oct. 1, 2021. It made changes to security and software and also has new features to make the phones more usable in everyday situations. Freshman Zachary Segall enjoysContinue Reading

Alum Michelle Yancich returns to Pace this year after graduating in 2013 to teach both English and Latin in the upper school. While there have been many changes since they graduated, Magistra Yancich describes coming back as surreal because of how consistent the traditions have remained. “When I was walkingContinue Reading