As the 2020-2021 school year comes to an end, the freshman class of 2025 looks forward to meeting their new dean. Upper school math teacher Krista Wilhelmsen, who has served as Dean for the Class of 2021 for the past four years, will be committing to four more years asContinue Reading

Tenth grade honors chemistry teacher Shresttha Dubey joined the faculty at Pace at the beginning of this school year. From the outset, students had suspicions about him. “I thought he was a new kid in my grade when I saw him in the halls,” said freshman Henry Gaudet. Last week,Continue Reading

Since the beginning of the school year, all teachers have been adamant about following the COVID-19 protocols and restrictions in order to maintain safety and continue with in-person schooling. But recently, as the Flik staff has supplied snacks, some students have been eating food during break or their free periodsContinue Reading

As the first first Black U.S. senator from the state of Georgia, Reverend Raphael Warnock is the youngest pastor ever named to the senior pastor role at Ebenezer Baptist Church, the church in Atlanta where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. served as co-pastor with his father until his assassination inContinue Reading

To the surprise of many political forecasters, Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff defeated incumbent Republican Senator David Perdue in the Jan. 5 runoff in Georgia to become the youngest senator, at age 33, in the United States Senate in 40 years. Ossoff is also the first Jewish Senator to represent theContinue Reading

The year 2020 marks 20 years of the Inman Center, a “multipurpose student activity facility,” as stated in Pace Academy’s press release at the time of its opening. Having opened on Jan. 26, 2000, this 97,000 square foot center tripled the athletic and student activity space. The indoor track, 900-seatContinue Reading

Although the student actors social distance and wear masks at school, many had concerns at the start of the year about how performances could be pulled off safely.  But Performing Arts Department Chair Sean Bryan has developed a plan to produce William Shakespeare’s comedy “As You Like It” to theContinue Reading

Passionate and hardworking, Kamala D. Harris was sworn in as a United States Senator for California in January 2017. Her devotion to justice and political engagement stemmed from her mother, Shyamala, an Indian-American immigrant, scientist and civil rights activist. Her father is also an immigrant and activist, coming to theContinue Reading

“Vaccine: a suspension of live or inactivated microorganisms administered to induce immunity and prevent infectious diseases,” as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As the world continues to suffer from the COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed over a million people worldwide, a vaccine is a necessity.Continue Reading