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

Taylor Swift and Kanye West recently announced on social media that the two are very excited for their upcoming release. Swift has been re-recording her albums since November to regain ownership of her masters, and West will feature on Swift’s re-recording of her song “Innocent” from her “Speak Now” album. Continue Reading

People are hopeful that 2021 will be a better year for the entertainment industry than 2020 was. The COVID-19 pandemic delayed highly anticipated films and television shows, causing production to come to a halt, and live music shows were cancelled as well. Movie theaters have taken a massive financial hitContinue Reading

Many of sophomore Ovie Nirgudkar’s peers are likely unaware of her advanced ability to play piano. Nirgudkar, who has played the piano since the age of four, has a passion for the instrument and has received national and even international recognition for her work. But her level of skill comesContinue Reading

The holidays are a time for gathering as a family, but as Georgia’s COVID-19 cases rise, holiday plans have altered. Gathering in larger groups and putting older relatives at risk has worried families. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC), Georgia’s latest surge in cases is almost double the level thatContinue Reading

Like every aspect of life in 2020, the music industry has been deeply impacted by COVID-19. As the live concerts and other music events that people had on their calendars were canceled one by one, it became clear that 2020 was not going to be the year that everyone hadContinue Reading

In order to enhance the Model UN (MUN) program at Pace, where students learn skills including how to research, make presentations and problem-solve, the MUN Student Executive Board along with faculty advisor Helen Smith decided to host the school’s first Pace-only model this year. The Student Executive Board is comprisedContinue Reading