After the final runoff between Atlanta mayor candidates Andre Dickens and Felicia Moore on Nov. 30, Atlanta voters elected Dickens as the Atlanta mayor. Replacing Keisha Lance Bottoms, Dickens (47 years old) is a veteran City Council member, former church deacon, businessman, nonprofit executive and native Atlantan. “Councilman Andre DickensContinue Reading

With “Help Wanted” and “Now Hiring” posters plastered across storefront windows, many politicians are now blaming the workers themselves, in a tired, old tirade about the new generation and their poor work ethic. This simplistic argument that blames workers for their inability to earn a living wage has finally expired,Continue Reading

Every fall, the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) examines schools’ athletic departments based on their number of students and size. All class levels are considered in determining if a school should move up a division or down. This creates a fair environment so that smaller schools will not have aContinue Reading

Pace has various initiatives designed to improve student mental health, such as the SAB, which is a student-led group intended to spread awareness for different mental health problems frequently seen in students at school. But what about our teachers? Are they getting the mental health support that they need? ChiefContinue Reading

Knightly News: Hey Carly! How are you doing on this fine Monday night? Carly Appel: I’m good, how are y’all? KN: Just peachy. I’m so glad we get to chat with you. Our first question for you is: Being that this is your fourth year on Student Council as president,Continue Reading

Juniors, sophomores and even freshmen——life comes at you fast. All of a sudden, the class of 2022 is in the midst of applying to colleges, and many will be hearing news soon (hopefully more good than bad). I’d say most college processes are successful, in large part thanks to theContinue Reading

Following a year of Zoom tours and online interviews, the admissions office is finally starting to return to normal. Due to COVID-19, admissions had to take a step back. Unable to provide in-person tours and one on one interviews, the campus felt extremely empty during the busier months of theContinue Reading

On Tuesday, Nov. 2, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) director, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, signed off on the recommendation that the Pfizer Covid Vaccine be available to children from ages five to eleven. How will this affect life at Pace? Head of School Fred Assaf was able toContinue Reading

On Nov. 14 Pace hosted its second-ever TEDx event. After a successful first event last March, the return of TEDx was an exciting opportunity for many students. Prior TEDx Committee members, juniors Emma Beth Neville and Marit Uyham stepped into the large role of leading the event. “Emma Beth and I were so inspiredContinue Reading

The Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) has been extremely active this year. Led by Senior Allison Silverboard, Senior Madison Auchincloss and Junior Jae Lieberman, the GSA provides a safe space for LGBTQ+ students, faculty and allies. Assisted by faculty sponsors, Director of Libraries Matt Ball, US History Teacher Mindy Lawrence, USContinue Reading