On Monday, Aug. 8, the F.B.I searched former President Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago home in Palm Beach, FL. Federal authorities faced immense backlash from pro-Trump citizens and governors after searching for allegedly classified material Trump had in his home. According to The New York Times, Trump saw the search as anContinue Reading

Discussions regarding mental health have heavily populated the news as of late, especially among young people. Celebrities prove no exception. In the last decade, more attention has been cast on mental health issues, partly due to the growing prevalence of social media and its tendency to promote negative messages. However,Continue Reading

Executives at HBO decided this week that hit teen drama “Euphoria” will be leaving their streaming platform and will be a product of Disney Plus moving forward. The agreement came after a pitch from Disney Plus to take over the show because of its “wholesome family content” that will gelContinue Reading

In Jan. 2022, the supreme court ruled to hear the cases against Harvard University and the University of North Carolina (UNC) regarding race-based admissions. Affirmative action serves as a way for colleges and universities to create diverse environments and give historically marginalized groups of people equal opportunity. This decision comesContinue Reading

Every February, the United States celebrates Black History Month to honor the triumphs and struggles that Black people have had over the course of American history. Beginning in 1915 as only a weeklong acknowledgment, the civil rights movement in the 1960s brought this annual occasion to its current prominence, extendedContinue Reading

On Nov. 12, the United Nations concluded their twenty-sixth annual climate conference, known as the United Nations Conference of the Parties, or COP26, with mild success and also some bitter disappointments from certain member states. Many diplomats and over 130 heads of state met this year in Glasgow, Scotland toContinue Reading

  Attending a music festival is a fantastic way to enjoy the performances of one’s favorite musical artists, and spend time outdoors with friends. Atlanta’s own Music Midtown and Shaky Knees festivals both occurred this fall, highly anticipated after a year off due to the pandemic. Pace students attended theseContinue Reading

On Sunday, Oct. 3, Pace hosted its third Model United Nations conference. Upper school students, as well as eighth-graders gathered in Fuqua to debate the topic of improving access to education and technology around the world. Since the model involved Pace alone, it served as more of a practice forContinue Reading

As of Sep. 2021, the concert and festival circuit will be reopened as many artists plan to start up their schedules again after almost two years of cancellations. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, any large gatherings, such as concerts, were postponed until an unknown date in 2021 orContinue Reading

During the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, Simone Biles sparked worldwide controversy when she withdrew from the US gymnastics all-around competition and multiple individual events due to problems involving mental health. Most consider Biles to be the greatest gymnast of all time, so her decision to not compete sent the worldContinue Reading