At 12:01 a.m. on Jan. 1, 2013, while most of us were celebrating the New Year with family and friends, the United States government quietly slipped off of the so-called fiscal cliff, triggering automatic tax increases on most wage earners and massive budget cuts on nearly all government spending, excluding
Jan. 12-21, ten students accompanied by Mr. Hornor and Mr. Smith, traveled throughout Germany as part of the third annual Global Education trip to that country. The group explored a wide range of history, seeing everything from the Odeonplatz in Munich, the site of Hitler’s Beer Hall Putsch of 1923;
Looking for a date for this upcoming Valentine’s Day, but don’t want to settle for any old fellow? Well ladies, look no further than Pace Academy’s most eligible bachelor: tennis phenomenon and Latin wiz, junior Jay Kumar (also known as Kumar the Superstar). Want to learn about this perfect catch?
Quiet crowds and empty student sections have characterized many of the games for the past few seasons of Pace Academy basketball. The Pace Knights have lacked fan support not only at away matchups but even at home. These shortcomings by the Pace Academy students are what prompted senior Miles Sheft
Freshmen Typically, not much is expected from the freshmen, who chose “Scooby Doo” as their Spirit Week theme, since it is their first year participating in the annual event. The cardboard Mystery Machine was surprisingly realistic looking, but the chalk drawings of “Scooby Doo where are you?” were on par