Senior Sarah Ann Ninan has seen it all. As the sole remaining senior on the varsity girls soccer team, Ninan was a part of the team through its state championship appearance, its highs, and regional loss lows. Her optimism and leadership never waivered, setting an example for the girls aroundContinue Reading

On April 20, Pace students and faculty walked out of class for approximately 25 minutes to commemorate National Walkout Day. The date marked the 19th anniversary of the Columbine shooting in Colorado, one of the first school shootings in the nation. In commemoration, students wore black and released thirteen whiteContinue Reading

“Kind, gentle…and brilliant.” When describing Math Department Chair Charlie Owens, English teacher Rick Canfield speaks with admiration. “I remember when I first came here [Mr. Owens] was teaching in the attic of the Castle,” said Mr. Canfield. “Do you know how big those windows are?” Making a small square withContinue Reading

It’s no exaggeration to say that Janay Everett is a modern-day Renaissance woman. She is an experienced traveler, published photographer and exceptional painter. Moreover, her cheerful personality and smile are contagious. Her self-published photography book “Wanderlust” is nothing short of remarkable and her ongoing pursuit of learning is inspiring. No wonderContinue Reading

In anticipation of Valentine’s Day, many couples plan grand gestures weeks in advance to surprise their loved ones: elegant dinners, carriage rides or trips to the theater. But in the case of Ryann and Demetrius Smith, romance is in the details. When asked what their big plans were, both spousesContinue Reading

On Saturday, Jan. 6, while most students spent the day sleeping off an exhausting Spirit Week, eleven seniors and one sophomore boarded a flight from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport to Germany. A little over a week’s worth of picturesque travels lay ahead of them, but for the time being, the studentsContinue Reading

Capitalism over conservation: the narrative is centuries old. As a nation, making money has taken precedence over all else – including the health of our environment. Unemployment rates are low. The stock market is high. But, slowly, environmental protection is disappearing from the agenda. Since October, 25 environmental protection rulesContinue Reading

The narratives have become all too familiar: small-town Appalachia or Rust Belt families burdened by a globalized economy and traces of the recession search helplessly for an escape. In these situations, not everyone can afford to uproot their lives and start a better life somewhere new. For some, the costContinue Reading

Harvey Weinstein, James Toback, Larry Nassar and John Besh. What do these names have in common? Plastered across every major media outlet, these accomplished (now disgraced) figures embody a growing crusade against perpetrators of sexual assault. Within the last month, the #MeToo campaign has flooded social media platforms, particularly FacebookContinue Reading

In the words of the great state of Texas, “bigger is better,” and on the all-American holiday of Thanksgiving, big is the essence of the package deal. From 30-pound turkeys to thousand dollar shopping sprees, Thanksgiving has become a commercialized buffet. All you can eat feasts are followed by footballContinue Reading

Returning from a season of adversity, the Pace Academy Knights’ football team is prepared to face some tough rivalry competition in the coming weeks. Since the move to Division AAA in 2016, rivalries have been heightened on the field or court and off. Senior and offensive guard Jamaree Salyer describesContinue Reading