The varsity girls tennis team defeated Lovett at Berry College in Rome, Georgia on May 8 to win the state championship and become back-to-back champions. “The girls were disappointed last year when we didn’t have the chance to defend our title, so it was especially nice to do it thisContinue Reading

Although COVID-19 has plagued the world for over a year, awards ceremonies have managed to adjust to the novel conditions. The Golden Globes, which took place this past February, followed the protocols and held a virtual celebration; however, the Grammys, which honors those in the music industry, held an in-person,Continue Reading

Swinging along high rises across the city, Ms. Helen Smith, historian and Model UN adviser by day, vigilante by night, hunts down the dirtiest criminals in Atlanta. For years, she has secretly patrolled the streets, taking down bank robbers, carjackers and others who have wreaked havoc and brought violence toContinue Reading

It has officially been one year since everyone in the U.S. was forced to remain in their homes due to the spreading of the coronavirus. It was a year of masks, isolation, social change and unemployment. An entire year of everyone’s lives was consumed by COVID-19, an entire year whereContinue Reading

Upper school guidance counselor Amelia Tuttle went on maternity leave in January after having her baby, Forrest Sommers Harmon Jr., on Dec. 20. Mrs. Shirma Prescott-Clark is filling in for Mrs. Tuttle and is teaching two senior AP Psychology classes. She will be the acting counselor until mid-March, when Mrs.TuttleContinue Reading

The varsity girls volleyball team defeated Gordon Lee High School 3-2 on Nov. 7 to capture their fourth consecutive state title in the championship match at Lakepoint Sports Complex in Cartersville. The girls took a strong lead early in the match, winning both the first and second sets 25-18. TheContinue Reading

When COVID-19 began its rapid spread across the United States in March, many did not know what to expect for the film and television industry. Talk show hosts James Corden, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel quickly switched to virtual platforms, still managing to interview numerous celebrity guests. In the beginningContinue Reading

This past summer, plans to go to the beach, visit extended family or cheer on professional sports teams were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This past fall break, although some students traveled for college tours, visited friends and family and went to the beach, this vacation was unlike anyContinue Reading

The boys and girls varsity cross country season is well underway with the region meet in less than a month, defying COVID-19 and bringing numerous victories back to Pace. But the coronavirus has impacted the cross country team along with other Pace sports, preventing the team from training in largeContinue Reading