Evan “Crazy Canuck” Karetsos, senior lacrosse phenom, has announced that he will forgo his planned collegiate career. On Mar. 15, Karetsos finalized his decision to journey overseas to play hockey in Europe. He will be the first athlete from Pace Academy to play professional hockey.  This announcement surprised his familyContinue Reading

Over Winter Break, Pace Academy caught chess fever. These days you will surely see a chess game unfolding while walking into the Seaman Family Commons or Lower Library. During lunch, break and even some classes, students engage in the sport. Although some of the underclassmen and girls play, it isContinue Reading

Today, many African Americans contribute to the success of great professional sports franchises. Seventy-five years ago, however, the first African Americans were breaking the color barrier in professional sports. Jackie Robinson is widely known as the first African American to play a sport at the professional level, but that isContinue Reading

Given that lawsuits and claims of voter fraud are false, President-elect Joe Biden will be inaugurated on Jan. 20, 2021. Following the Nov. 3 election, the House of Representatives remained Democratic. If history repeats itself, the Senate is likely to remain Republican, pending the outcome of Georgia’s two Senate runoffsContinue Reading

1. Kansas City Chiefs The Kansas City Chiefs, better known as the former Super Bowl Champions, top the list for best team in the NFL. Everything about this team is wonderful. Led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs have a solid offense. Tight end Travis Kelce and wide receiver TyreekContinue Reading

For every presidential election, the Pew Research Center publishes studies and surveys of the most important issues to American voters. These issues include the economy, healthcare, crime, COVID-19 and others. Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden are running on very different platforms this year, but there are some similarities.Continue Reading

For their first major event of the year, the Jewish affinity group hosted community Shabbat dinners for members of the cohort. Facilitated by English teacher Robert Kaufman, the affinity group was formed last year. Seniors Casey Shoulberg and Madison Martin spearheaded the operation and succeeded in getting many other JewishContinue Reading

As tensions rise between the United States and China, TikTok – the popular app with over 80 million monthly users, diehard fanatics and Charli D’Amelio – continues to receive scrutiny. On Aug. 6, President Trump signed an executive order requiring ByteDance (TikTok’s parent company) to either sell or spin offContinue Reading

With professional and collegiate athletics canceled for the foreseeable future, sports fanatics have been left with little for entertainment. And with GHSA cancelling all high school sports for the rest of the school year, there is only one sport left to entertain the Pace community: esports. Unlike sports that involveContinue Reading

Andrew Thomas ‘17 is headed to New York to play for the Giants as the No. 4 overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft and Sam Sloman ‘16 was selected in the 7th round by the Los Angeles Rams. As Pace alumnus Will Frampton ‘99 put it in a commentContinue Reading

The Houston Texans traded wide-out Deandre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals. Photo: Wikimedia

Since all major sports have been cancelled due to COVID-19, the sports world is bland. However, America’s favorite sport has done all that they can to work around the virus. The National Football League’s (NFL) free agency and trading period (commonly referred to as the free agency period) has goneContinue Reading

Democratic presidential nominee Bernie Sanders is the only person that can save America from the terrors of conservatism and capitalism. Capitalism has destroyed the country and the only possible solution is the democratic socialism supported by Bernie. In some minds, socialism carries a negative connotation because of its past failuresContinue Reading