Following his homophobic remarks at Rolling Loud Miami, numerous music festivals have dropped Jonathan “DaBaby” Kirk from their lineups. Lollapalooza, iHeartRadio, Parklife, The Governor’s Ball, Austin City Limits, Day N Vegas and Atlanta’s own Music Midtown are all among these festivals. KS107.5 canceled their Summer Jam altogether, citing “various factors,Continue Reading

One of the many highly regarded aspects of Pace Academy is the school’s college counseling office, which just became even stronger. Effective next school year, Amy Ruff will be joining Director of College Counseling Jonathan Ferrell along with Associate Directors Pam Ambler and Ben Wescott as Pace’s fourth college counselor.Continue Reading

Ten members of the Pace Academy senior class will be playing their sport in college, taking part in the NCAA signing ceremony on Feb. 7. Each of these athletes will be attending a different university, representing seven different Pace sports.  Choosing the right college is a long and difficult processContinue Reading

This past fall, Pace Academy hosted its first-ever Model UN Conference online, following COVID-19 safety guidelines. Although the conference was a success, it lacked the important component of live interaction. For this reason, MUN Adviser Helen Smith made the decision that an in-person conference, limited only to Pace students, canContinue Reading

Somehow, some way, Tom Brady has returned to the Super Bowl for the 10th time in his accomplished career. At the age of 43, Brady will become the oldest quarterback to ever start in a Super Bowl as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas CityContinue Reading

In 2020, America has seen what is arguably the deepest political divide in recent history, and tensions only continue to heighten. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated this divide as this public health issue has become highly politicized. Without dialogue between those with different points of view, it can be hardContinue Reading

Despite the United States having the world’s largest economy, only 57% of Americans are financially literate, according to The Tennessean. In addition to this concerning statistic, researchers found that only 37% of Americans were able to answer simple questions regarding inflation, compound interest and diversification. Mr. Michael Merlin, founder ofContinue Reading

Despite months of concern that COVID-19 would result in its cancellation, the 2020 NFL season is well underway, and with it comes the long-awaited fantasy football season. Every year, Pace students of all ages compete against one another in an attempt to prove their dominance on the virtual gridiron. ForContinue Reading

It has been six months since Pace was forced to shut its campus and shift to virtual learning last March, but COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on people’s lives. Beyond the physical and economic repercussions, the coronavirus has taken its toll on the mental health of many in the U.S.Continue Reading

Since 1946, entertainment media company Billboard has announced its year-end No. 1 song and album for each genre. At the end of each decade, the company announces the best songs and albums of the past 10 years based on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. According to Billboard, rankings are basedContinue Reading