Megan Klingler: Do y’all have a favorite Pace newspaper memory? Reed Millner: I really liked doing the escape rooms. Over the past three years I think they’ve been really fun, especially this year’s one. When you know everyone it’s a lot more fun. Ellie Siskin: I think when we wereContinue Reading

The 2023-24 school year has been exciting for many reasons, but one of the reasons is the number of teacher babies. A total of seven faculty members are having children this year, including Mrs. Caitlin Terry, Mrs. Tamara Neiley, Dr. Kaylan Haizlip, Mr. Ben Ewing, Mrs. Amy Ruff, Mrs. JordanContinue Reading

On April 18 and 19, the cast of Mean Girls performed the annual spring musical to roaring crowds. Junior Elsa Nagle played the main character Cady Heron and junior Meghan Keller played the antagonist Regina George in the high school version of this popular show. “I’ve really enjoyed working withContinue Reading

Fans of the beloved 2004 comedy Mean Girls were excited to watch another Mean Girls movie, released in theaters Jan. 12. However, the new movie is not simply a reboot of the popular teen comedy, it is an adaptation of the Broadway musical that was based on the original film.Continue Reading

Mr. Matt Ball has been working at Pace Academy as a librarian for 10 years, and is now the Director of Libraries, however, students may not know as much about Mr. Ball as other faculty members, as he doesn’t teach any classes. Although you may mostly see Mr. Ball puttingContinue Reading

The upcoming year promises to be an active political season, with debates over foreign aid to Ukraine and Israel, new budgets, culture wars and a presidential election looming around the corner. The House of Representatives will be a key battleground for many of these issues, and much hinges on theContinue Reading

The cast of Puffs competed in the One-Act Play GHSA State Championship and placed 5th in Georgia. Senior Hannah White and junior Nicholas Demba were also named in the State All Star Cast. Puffs is a hilarious spin off of a certain series about a school of witchcraft and wizardryContinue Reading

Muslim Culture Club: Showcased at the Club Fair among the several other new clubs created this year was Muslim Culture Club. Junior Aliyah Aftin has been working with Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer Ms. Joanne Beauvoir Brown to start this new opportunity. Aftin recognized there was a gap in whatContinue Reading

Atlanta will soon be getting our very own Michelin Guide! Every year, the Michelin Tire Company announces their ratings of various restaurants around the world.  Previously, no Atlanta restaurants had been considered for Michelin stars, but on July 11, Michelin announced their anonymous inspectors would be visiting Atlanta to possiblyContinue Reading

The race is on to discover which Republican will challenge Incumbent President Joe Biden in the 2024 presidential election. The Republican primary elections will start Jan. 15 which means that candidates have already started debating, campaigning and raising money.  The frontrunner seems to be former President Donald Trump, promising aContinue Reading

A Grand Jury in Georgia has indicted Donald Trump and seventeen others for being a part of a criminal enterprise to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia. The indictment means Trump went to Fulton County Jail to get fingerprinted and his mug shot taken and the case will go toContinue Reading

The Biden administration has threatened to ban TikTok in the US if its parent company, ByteDance, doesn’t sell the app to an American company, reports the Wall Street Journal. US officials believe that the Chinese-owned app poses a national security risk. This is largely due to worries over China’s policyContinue Reading

If you’re looking for delicious baked goods, the place to go is Mimi’s Treats! This new student-run business was created by Sophomore Mary Oyefuga over the summer. “I wanted a way to show kindness to others,” she said. Mary worked during 2022 to turn her passion of baking into aContinue Reading