Although many people believe that Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is just feeling sad because it is gray, and the weather is cold, it is actually much more complicated than that. Upper School Counselor Ellye Millaway explains “SAD is connected to our body’s circadian rhythm, which can change in the winterContinue Reading

With winter break approaching, students are excited about traveling and holiday festivities, but they often forget that teachers and staff do exciting things over the holidays too. These are some of Pace faculty members’ favorite Christmas, Hanukkah and New Years traditions. Upper School history teacher Christine Carter has many funContinue Reading

On Oct. 25, Army Reservist Robert Card opened fire in a bowling alley and a bar in Lewiston, Maine. This shooting resulted in the death of 18 people and 13 people being wounded. Card fled the scene, and because Maine is densely wooded and covered with lakes, he successfully escaped.Continue Reading

The US Soccer headquarters will be moved from Chicago to Atlanta, and a new training center will be built in Atlanta to accommodate its women’s and men’s national teams, as well as its nine extended teams. This move was made possible by a $50 million donation from Arthur Blank. InContinue Reading

Although you may not see the effects of the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Actors (SAG-AFTRA) strike, they will be prominent soon since production has been halted. The Writers Guild of America (WGA) began striking in February in response to writers not getting high residualContinue Reading

On Aug. 20, the 2023 Women’s World Cup, which took place in Australia and New Zealand, came to a close with a Spanish victory. The game was close and ended with Spain winning 1-0 against England. Spanish soccer player Olga Carmona scored in the first half of the game, whichContinue Reading

The Pace Drama Club performed the show “Something Rotten”  on Apr. 20 through 22 with the Director of Fine Arts Sean Bryan as the musical director. Mr. Bryan explained, “The play is a comedy that takes place in the Elizabethan age, and it’s really an homage to musical theater. ThereContinue Reading

The world has been saddened by the recent school shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee. This horrific event resulted in the death of three students who were just nine years of age, named Evelyn Dieckhaus, William Kinney and Hallie Scruggs, in addition to three faculty members, named MikeContinue Reading

Former National Basketball Association (NBA) star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar holds 6 NBA championship titles, 6 NBA Most Valuable Player titles and 15 All-NBA selections, from his 21 seasons playing for the Los Angeles Lakers and the Milwaukee Bucks. Although Kareem was most well known for his NBA scoring record which stoodContinue Reading

Recently, musical artist Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, has been in the news with numerous scandals. First, Ye wore a controversial “White Lives Matter” shirt during Paris Fashion Week, which was considered hate speech by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). Shortly after, Ye made antisemitic comments on Instagram and TwitterContinue Reading

In June 2019, Disney announced that they would make a new live-action version of the Little Mermaid, which will star singer and actress Halle Bailey. The first trailer was released in September and it faced both racist backlash as well as praise for the representation in the movie. The movieContinue Reading

At age 40, Serena Williams, 23-time grand slam winner, announces her retirement after a long and successful career. She told Vogue of her retirement, stating, “it’s the hardest thing that I could ever imagine.” The widely considered greatest female tennis player of all time became an icon and has inspiredContinue Reading