Following the end of summer break, the combination of a football game, dance, pep rally and gathering of alumni excites students and gives them something to look forward to. Starting off this traditional week, students dressed up in fun outfits to match the particular day’s theme. From a comfy pajamaContinue Reading

Upper School English teacher LESLIE DEPIETRO knew she wanted to be a teacher since she was a teenager. Beginning as a camp counselor in high school, Mrs. Depietro has always found working with kids to be her passion. Her favorite part of working with high schoolers is the entertaining interactionsContinue Reading

Every September, tens of thousands of music listeners attend Atlanta’s Music Midtown Festival in Piedmont Park. Last year, the festival had 50,000 people show up to the two-day event. Fans were anticipating the festival’s headliners including Future, Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance and Jack White until Music Midtown producersContinue Reading

This year’s spring musical, “Shrek,” blew away its audience on the nights of Apr. 7, 8 and 9 with its strong voices and comedic aspects. Thirty three students put in hours of work after school for this three-day performance, along with the many others who worked behind the scenes. AContinue Reading

Particular books have been established as key aspects of English classes all across schools in the United States, but in recent years, activists have worked to ban these books by targeting local school boards. Some states have already taken action on these complaints. The American Library Association (ALA) said inContinue Reading

For decades, technologists have been envisioning a time when our virtual lives are as significant as our physical ones for decades, and today it is known as the Metaverse. So what exactly is it? The Metaverse is the coming together of two long-standing concepts: virtual reality and a digital secondContinue Reading

Looking at the movies released in 2021, there were a variety of genres that made noteworthy films. With recent blockbuster titles such as “Dune,” Disney’s “Jungle Cruise” and “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” the film industry has produced entertaining movies over the course of the year. There are still thrillingContinue Reading

Along with being a part of the graduating class of 2013, Michelle Yancich returned to the Pace community in an exciting new position, a teacher! In their high school years, they were involved in various activities around the school including Junior Classical League (JCL), Knight Gallery, chorus, acapella groups and theater.Continue Reading

Harry Styles kicked off his postponed tour in the beginning of September at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena. Love On Tour begins each gig with opener Jenny Lewis. Styles’ set-list features a majority of Styles’ 2019 album Fine Line including his radio hits such as “Watermelon Sugar” and “Golden.”Continue Reading

The Isdell Center of Global Education (ICGL) introduces the theme of Education for the 2021-2022 school year. ICGL was developed eight years ago in hopes of creating global leaders through programs outside the classroom. Adding ICGL global issues to the standard curriculum not only prepares students for college, but teachesContinue Reading