George Adams – University of Pennsylvania Sam Adams – University of Georgia Ada Jane Agolli – Brown University Klara Andra-Thomas – Stanford University Allie Appel – University of North Carolina at Greensboro Spencyr Aronson – University of Michigan Meryll Asher – University of Wisconsin Emerson Barrett – Georgia Institute ofContinue Reading

Starting with the 2016-2017 school year, all Pace email accounts and online services moved to Google platforms such as Google Drive, Gmail and Google Classroom. Some of the upperclassmen and much of the faculty remember when Pace used First Class as its main server for email and online announcements. Google’sContinue Reading

After an exciting few months of debates, campaigning, caucuses and primaries, Georgia voters will finally be able to take part in the Democratic race for a presidential nominee on March 24. For many Pace seniors, this primary will be their first opportunity to vote, and some seniors led registration initiativesContinue Reading

For the third year in a row, junior Lizzy Kaye stole the show and maintained her title as 1-5A Diving State Champion. This year, the varsity swimming and diving team represented Pace very well, especially considering their loss of several skilled teammates from the Class of 2019. Charlie Kaye ’19,Continue Reading

In the digital age, it has become increasingly difficult to trust the news sources that are the most readily available. For high schoolers especially, the limited free time that many experience leads them straight to the most accessible platform for news to spread: social media. While this can often keepContinue Reading

“No one is above the law,” said Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi. After months of speculation and discussion over the possibility of impeaching President Donald Trump, Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry against President Trump in late September of this year. If this impeachment goes through, TrumpContinue Reading

Forty-five Pace upper school students made their way to Georgia State University Nov. 6-7 to participate in the GSU Model United Nations (GSUMUN). After several months of preparation and many Sunday afternoon meetings and mock committee sessions, Pace students represented countries including Germany, Nigeria, Iran, Iceland and Slovakia. Twelve ofContinue Reading

In the technological age, many artists are looking towards updating their marketing techniques to reach a larger audience, causing them to find creative new ways to incorporate their music into the public sphere. One of the most recent examples of this is The Lumineers’ most recent album, “III,” which wasContinue Reading

“If we believe our party represents the best hope for the United States’ future, let us take our message to the public and prove we are right,” wrote Republican presidential challengers Mark Sanford, Joe Walsh and Bill Weld in a Sept. 13 op-ed in The Washington Post. While the raceContinue Reading

Seeing five shows in one weekend in New York City may seem like a dream, but for 16 Pace students, it became a reality. Led by upper school Visual and Performing Arts Chairperson Sean Bryan and upper school history teacher Caitlin Terry, 13 freshmen and three seniors traveled to theContinue Reading

Since Karl Lagerfeld’s death last month, the world has been scrambling to find a new fashion icon that would be up to the task of filling his shoes as the House of Chanel’s Creative Director. Thankfully, everyone’s favorite fashionista, Billie Eilish, has come to the rescue. While her style mayContinue Reading