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

Baltimore Ravens (10-2) Behind second year quarterback and MVP frontrunner Lamar Jackson, the Baltimore Ravens have proven to be the league’s best team after taking down multiple NFL powerhouses including the Seahawks, Patriots, Texans and 49ers. Jackson currently leads all quarterbacks in QBR, total touchdowns and rushing yards while theContinue Reading

The American justice system has failed Rodney Reed. The 51-year-old Texas native is scheduled to be executed on Nov. 20 for the 1996 murder of Stacey Stites. Although it is uncertain as to whether or not Reed did commit this murder, it can be said with full certainty that heContinue Reading

Upper school history teacher Helen Smith is excited to announce that she will be offering a trip to Poland this summer in collaboration with the Isdell Center for Global Leadership and Model United Nations. The anti-Semitism and Model North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Study Tour will take place June 11-23.Continue Reading

Thirty clubs are available to upper school students this year, providing plenty of opportunities to take part in Pace culture. There are clubs for most every student’s interests, ranging from those that are leisure oriented to clubs focusing on societal issues.  The Airsoft Club is new to Pace this yearContinue Reading

Nine Pace upper school students joined hundreds of other protestors of all ages at the Georgia State Capitol in downtown Atlanta last Friday in support of a global youth climate strike. Organized by Zero Hour Georgia, the strike and demonstration in Atlanta was one of more than 2,500 such eventsContinue Reading

There is a lot to be excited about this school year, including the shows that the theatre department has in store. This year’s productions are Qui Nguyen’s “She Kills Monsters,” Meredith Wilson’s hit Broadway musical and five-time Tony Award winner “The Music Man” and the annual Winter Showcase. When askedContinue Reading