Pace Academy upper schoolers have revived the 2000s trend of rolling shoes with the new tradition of Heely Friday. For the past two months, several junior guys have been wheeling around the gardens during break and frees every Friday. The shoe fad has slowly spread to a few women inContinue Reading

Popular in the 1980s, the Rubik’s Cube is making a comeback, especially among juniors at Pace Academy. Many consider the cube just a simple childhood toy, something they’ve never really thought about. However, the junior class is on the road to mastering the 3-D puzzle. Students are spending hours manipulatingContinue Reading

After much anticipation, “Stranger Things 2” is finally here. If you are like me, you have already binge-watched the entire second season of the sci-fi thriller. With its release just days before All Hallow’s Eve, the timing could not have been more perfect to match the heightened spookiness that weContinue Reading

“American Horror Story” is known for its bizarre, gruesome and efficacious stories intended to scare and entertain its audiences. ‘”Cult,” the seventh and newest season of “American Horror Story,” embodies all of these qualities, but also touches on other important aspects. In the new season, producers Brad Falchuk and RyanContinue Reading

The growth and influence of the internet has created an opportunity for people to achieve their 15 minutes of fame with ease. This opportunity has spread to the world of music, as more and more unknown artists are found online and sometimes become stars. Nowhere is this more true thanContinue Reading

Unfortunately, the string of music legends lost continues. In the past 18 months, the world has lost icons such as David Bowie, Prince and Glenn Frey. Now, Tom Petty has been added to that list. Petty rose to prominence in the mid 1970s and showed incredible longevity, as he releasedContinue Reading

A general feeling of creepy anticipation permeates the Pace community as All Hallow’s Eve draws near. But because Halloween falls on a Tuesday this year, there is a great deal of uncertainty in the student body about plans for the spooky evening. When asked what their plans are for Halloween,Continue Reading

Halloween is drawing near, and for those who are too old to trick-or-treat or just looking for something new this year, there are many festive activities to do around Atlanta during the coming weeks. Netherworld This spooky haunted house is not for the faint of heart. Creepy monsters and bloodyContinue Reading

“Right here, we’re family,” said Zara Larsson. The 19-year-old Swedish singer affirmed her dedication to her fans after a brief pause in her set due to nausea. Slowly moving towards the stage, she sat down, laid her hand on her head, and wearily gave a soft smile. Despite her setback,Continue Reading

Who would want to watch a silly cartoon when one of the greatest shows of this generation, “Game of Thrones,” airs a few hours before? A LOT of people. “Rick and Morty” is the new TV fad on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim beloved by audiences and critics alike. The zanyContinue Reading

“Winter is here” in HBO’s “Game of Thrones” world, and the show’s families squabble over trivial territories and power while their common enemy grows stronger in the North. “Game of Thrones” is massively popular across generations with 16.1 million people worldwide watching the season 7 premiere on July 16, 2017. (Forbes). ItContinue Reading

Strolling through Piedmont Park during the annual Music Midtown weekend can seem a little intimidating. Tens of thousands of people cram onto fields filled with stages and vendors. Even though recent implementations of ‘MyFest’ and the Music Midtown app (along with its failed tracking system of last year) have attempted to create organized chaos, theContinue Reading