The Knightly News: Hello Mr. Ewing. Ben Ewing: Hello Mr. Swann. KN: How do you feel about being the dean of the Class of 2026? BE: I’ve really enjoyed getting to know this new crew. KN: Glad to hear that. Is it emotional to move on from such an amazingContinue Reading

Exam week is approaching, and as teachers are preparing, students are beginning to stress. But fear not! This article will cover strategies and tips for each subject’s exams. One of the biggest questions students have around exam season is when they should start studying. Upper school math teacher Jason SmithContinue Reading

Men’s Basketball: After losing in the state tournament last year, the men’s basketball team, led by Coach Sharman White, hopes to reestablish their previous dominance and lead the team to another state championship. The loss of key players senior Josh Reed to the Cincinnati Bearcats, and freshman Bryson Tiller toContinue Reading

Coming to Pace in the 9th grade, Senior Trovon Baugh has been a vital member of the Pace community for four years. Being on the varsity football team since his freshman year and serving as a captain for two, Baugh’s career as a student-athlete has been extremely impressive. Playing offensiveContinue Reading

The Pace volleyball and cross country teams have continued to dominate their competition, even after moving up to the 4A division. Nov. 5 was an exciting day for the Pace Knights, as both the girls volleyball and cross country teams brought home state championships, and the boys cross country teamContinue Reading

Just before Thanksgiving, Pace Academy Model United Nations traveled to East Brunswick, NJ with Model UN sponsor Helen Smith, upper school history teacher Christine Carter, upper school Latin teacher Michelle Yancich and librarian Marty Hamburger for the Princeton Model United Nations Conference (PMUNC).  In committee sessions, some students represented countriesContinue Reading

Pace Debate has had a successful season so far this year on both the varsity and novice levels. Various Pace teams have debated almost every weekend, traveling to cities all over the country, including Chicago, Lexington and Las Vegas. The year began with a nationwide tournament, the Season Opener atContinue 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

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

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