KNIGHTLY NEWS: So what’s up? MEGAN HARDESTY: Good morning! MEGHNA SINGHNA: Jack, why are you being passive aggressive? KN: Okay, first question, how do you feel about leaving Pace and starting college? MH: It’s time to go. I’ve been here since fifth grade. No, but in all seriousness -Jack stopContinue Reading

Fifty-seven-year-old David Bennett Sr., who suffered a severe heart disease while living in Maryland, has become subject to groundbreaking medical history. In Jan. 2022 at the University of Maryland Medical Center, Mr. Bennett’s failing heart was replaced with that of a genetically altered pig. According to The New York Times,Continue Reading

The 94th Academy Awards returned on Mar. 27 2022 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, representing a sense of normalization amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Maskless celebrities strutted down a non-socially distanced red carpet, promoting fashion brands such as Louis Vuitton and Chanel. This sense of normalcy however, also came withContinue Reading

While you may know him as a fellow classmate and star basketball player, senior Josh Reed has paved a new path for himself. On Tik Tok, a video-focused social media and social networking service that took off in March of 2020, Reed predicted his future rise to fame. Beginning justContinue Reading

As 2022 approached, the first Omicron COVID-19 variant case in the United States was confirmed on Dec. 1, 2021 by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). As of Dec. 20, 2021, Omicron had been detected in most states and territories at a rapidly increasing rate. By late December,Continue Reading

Netflix’s “MAID” premiered on Oct. 1, 2021, receiving a 94% on Rotten Tomatoes. Since then, the ten-episode show saw 67 million viewers within the first 28 days of release, breaking the record for viewers of a limited series.“MAID”  also remained in Netflix’s Top 10 shows in the U.S. for almostContinue Reading

After the final runoff between Atlanta mayor candidates Andre Dickens and Felicia Moore on Nov. 30, Atlanta voters elected Dickens as the Atlanta mayor. Replacing Keisha Lance Bottoms, Dickens (47 years old) is a veteran City Council member, former church deacon, businessman, nonprofit executive and native Atlantan. “Councilman Andre DickensContinue Reading

As the long awaited exam week approaches, the stress and confusion around how to prepare for these tests strengthens. Fortunately, Pace provides its students with more than enough resources and tips to diminish these worries and concerns. “Do not wait until the last minute. Studies have shown that we areContinue Reading

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that the vaccine’s protection against COVID-19 can decrease over time and is less likely to protect against the Delta variant. Although the various vaccines remain valid against hospitalizations and deaths, the support against infection with the virus has weakened. This decreaseContinue Reading

Every year, October is recognized as breast cancer awareness month not just to raise money for those affected and in need, but also to commend survivors and the strength of women throughout their battles with breast cancer. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF), breast cancer is the mostContinue Reading

As the 2021-2022 school year begins, stable mental health is key to a successful and upbeat student body. According to a study from researchers at the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Columbia University, there has been an immense increase in anxiety, depression and suicidal thinking among adolescentsContinue Reading

Luca: Pixar released “Luca” onto Disney+ on June 18, receiving a 91% “Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes and starting off everyone’s summer with a bang. Set in the fictional town of Portorosso, Italy, this film takes you alongside Luca’s coming-of-age story. 13-year-old sea monster Luca Paguro, voiced by Jacob Tremblay,Continue Reading

As of now, three COVID-19 vaccines are available in the U.S., including those developed by Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech and Johnson & Johnson. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Moderna shots, given 28 days apart, can only be given to people 18 years and older currently. SideContinue Reading