Fall brings much to get excited about, such as Pumpkin Spice Lattes at Starbucks, the Pace Fall Fair, and an end to the incessant heat, but most importantly, fall brings new music releases. September has a slew of new music coming out from up-and-coming and already popular artists. The fallContinue Reading

Knightly News: How was your summer? Katherine Merritt: This summer I stayed in Atlanta and volunteered at Hospice in Piedmont Hospital, and I also went to Boston University for a summer program for two weeks. KN: What did you do at BU? KM: It was kind of like a pre-collegeContinue Reading

In light of some members of Student Council impeding a fellow Knightly News staffer from expressing their opinion, I am here to express my own. The grade-specific Student Councils are composed of great people who work diligently; however, the institutions themselves show a lack of concern for the opinions ofContinue Reading

Over my years at Pace, I have accumulated lots of advice from students, teachers and alumni; however, not all advice is good advice. For me, there are two types of advice, encouraging and discouraging. I think the best advice neither encourages you to do things nor discourages you, but insteadContinue Reading

With the end of the first semester, the annual disease of senioritis begins afflicting the senior class. With symptoms of procrastination, lack of motivation, and restlessness, this pandemic peaks during second semester. The number of infected students is minimal at the start of senior year, but by mid-second semester, theContinue Reading

When walking through Inman, one can only look in awe at the debate banner that lists 35 first place state debate titles, over 20 of which are consecutive. So what makes Pace debate so great? The answer is the hours of hard work, dedication, and enthusiasm of students led byContinue Reading

While many students slip into the monotony of high school, every now and again a comment is made in class that can make you smile on those seemingly never-ending days. The following is a compilation of some of those special one-liners said in various classes. While taken out of context,Continue Reading

The Constitution’s Second Amendment, ratified in 1791, says that it is legal to own a gun for those serving in a militia. Last time I checked, it isn’t 1791, militias no longer exist, there is no fear of a British invasion, and the only reason to own a gun isContinue Reading

While many students slip into the monotony of high school, every now and again a comment is made in class that can make you smile on those seemingly never-ending days. The following is a compilation of some of those special one-liners said in various classes. While taken out of context,Continue Reading

What looks great on college applications, lets you travel the world, and enables you to learn many random facts about countries around the globe? Model UN! Although students have heard Ms. Smith’s invitations to attend conferences, many don’t know what really goes on. Model UN is a simulation of theContinue Reading

Most students travel 15 minutes or so to go to school, but one student has traveled a staggering 4824.95 miles to come to Pace. Mirek Crha is the newest (temporary) addition to the senior class as an exchange student from Prague, Czech Republic. He is living with senior Taj Gillani.Continue Reading