Whether squatting behind home plate or strolling through the commons, senior Jonathan “Wizard” Merlin is guaranteed to have eyes follow him. Now, I know what you might be thinking, but it is not because of his luscious locks or his impeccable taste in athleisure wear.  Walking through the halls, itContinue Reading

With the return of the famous panini makers and the self-serve hot bar, the cafeteria appears to be returning back to normal after a year filled with plastic lunch containers and awkward one-person tables. “Last year COVID-19 definitely made lunchtime more difficult,” said senior Jack Warren. “I felt like onContinue Reading

Director of Student Life and head varsity girls basketball coach Dr. Troy Baker is leaving Pace this spring to accept a new position as Head of Upper School at Breck School in Golden Valley, Minnesota. Dr. Baker served as Pace’s Athletic Director for five years and this year stepped intoContinue Reading

While it may not always be on display due to his mask, biology teacher and Class of 2022 Dean Ben Ewing currently sports a fuzzy caterpillar on his upper lip. Mr. Ewing decided to grow a mustache as an early quarantine pursuit alongside his fellow teacher and lacrosse coach GradyContinue Reading

On Sunday, March 21, Pace will host its first ever TEDx conference in the Fine Arts Center. According to the TED website, “TEDx is a grassroots initiative, created in the spirit of TED’s overall mission to research and discover ideas worth spreading.” While the TEDx events are not orchestrated byContinue Reading

As the number of COVID-19 cases recorded in the United States surpasses 26 million, scientists have continued to discover new variants of the virus. “In the United Kingdom, a new variant called B.1.1.7 has emerged with an unusually large number of mutations,” said the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) onContinue Reading

Even though the season looks a little different, all four winter sports are off to a strong start. All teams have adopted different COVID-19 protocols and are trying to stay as safe as possible, while also maintaining a level of high performance.  Wrestling This year’s wrestling team has high hopesContinue Reading

To date, COVID-19 has killed over 200,000 Americans, closed businesses and forced students to attend school via Zoom. The coronavirus has taken its toll in countless other ways as well, one being the lack of concern around waste. In order to prevent any unnecessary spreading of germs, schools and restaurantsContinue Reading