As Qatar and Ecuador kickoff the World Cup on Nov. 20, Harry Kane, Chtistian Pulisic and Brazil are some players and teams to watch battle it out on the pitch. Last World Cup’s leading goal scorer, Harry Kane, is favored to win the Golden Boot, awarded to the player thatContinue Reading

As the new year commences, Pace has decided to return to international trips and explorations under the Isdell Center for Global Leadership (ICGL) study tours. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students were limited to travel within the continental United States last year; however, after two years of masks and isolation,Continue Reading

The most intense aspect regarding October’s spooky holiday, Halloween, is undoubtedly picking or creating a costume. Choosing what to wear for a party with friends or the Pace Halloween costume contest leaves room for creativity. Some people will have four different costumes and plan months in advance, while others willContinue Reading

The Supreme Court is heating up after its ruling overturning Roe v. Wade and expanding the reach of the Second Amendment last term, the court is facing harsh criticism from the public. Now, the public is even more interested to see what the court will discuss in the upcoming 2022-Continue Reading

Hop into your favorite seat and get ready for a wild Sunday of tossing the pigskin, “Seven hours of commercial-free football starts now,” said NFL Redzone host Scott Hanson. Every week, millions of people across the nation engage in the most important duels of their lives: head-to-head matchups in fantasyContinue Reading

Aircraft have not fundamentally changed since the dawn of the Jet Age in the 1950s with Boeing’s 707 aircraft. Airlines have made plenty of changes— smaller seats, worse food, the abandonment of first class— but the actual plane still stays the same.  A recent focus for environmental efforts has beenContinue Reading

Climate change has increased the severity of storms across the world resulting in flooding and disasters of biblical proportion. For more than 40 days in June 2022, parts of Pakistan were subject to unrelenting rain causing devastating flooding, much like what happened to Noah in the Bible. These floods resultedContinue Reading

As of Sep. 17, 2022, President Joe Biden has deemed the COVID-19 pandemic “over” in the United States, according to The Guardian. Such a bold statement seems quite arbitrary regarding the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s CDC recent report of nearly 400 people a day continuing to die ofContinue Reading

The death of the beloved Queen Elizabeth II in early September prompted an outpour of love and support for England’s longest-reigning monarch. British mourners waited in headline-making lines nearly 5 miles long to pay their final respects at London’s palace of Westminster. Floral tributes piled up in the thousands outsideContinue Reading

The annual Pace ping pong tournament is back this year. After an incomplete tournament bracket last year, seniors Porter Kendall and Jack Janko are looking to bring this tradition back from the dead.  Last year, the ping pong tournament was an unsuccessful endeavor. Due to the lack of matches, playersContinue Reading

Pace held its third annual Ted Talk on Sunday, Oct. 16. The theme of the event was “The Game Behind the Game,” and it was hosted by sophomore Claire Jiang and senior Davis Rice. “This event was made special because so many different students were able to leave their markContinue Reading