As soon as Halloween night ends, students eagerly begin to await the holiday season. Not only is school out for winter break, but students get to spend time with their families and enjoy their holiday traditions. Christmas and Hanukkah fill December with excitement. The presents, Christmas lights and wintry seasonContinue Reading

On May 28, 2018, Americans stand together to remember our fallen soldiers. Originally called Decoration Day, Memorial Day was born from the Civil War in order to honor the men and women who gave their lives in order to protect our country. Although the observance of Memorial Day was notContinue Reading

Yards are filled with Christmas decorations, colder temperatures are here, and it’s time to curl up on the couch and enjoy some classic holiday movies. If you’re looking for a kids movie, a romance or a comedy there is certainly a Christmas flick to satisfy your needs. When people thinkContinue Reading

Knightly News fanatics, you may remember last year’s segment of “What Grinds My Gears (WGMG)” by former Managing Editor Jonathan Rushton. WGMG is back, focusing on the frustrations that come with the Fall and Winter seasons. Here is what grinds my gears (and maybe grinds yours as well). Christmas decorationsContinue Reading

First semester is about to end, which means holiday season is right around the corner. Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas” is playing on the radio and people have begun to deck the halls, but before Christmas comes Hanukkah, the famous Jewish holiday parallel. Gifts are exchanged for theContinue Reading

As Christmas approaches, Pace students get excited to celebrate their beloved traditions. Many students and their families have unique traditions, celebrating Christmas in different ways. Junior Alondra Juarez and her family have always done most of their gift giving on Christmas Eve. “Even when I was like four we wouldContinue Reading

In the words of the great state of Texas, “bigger is better,” and on the all-American holiday of Thanksgiving, big is the essence of the package deal. From 30-pound turkeys to thousand dollar shopping sprees, Thanksgiving has become a commercialized buffet. All you can eat feasts are followed by footballContinue Reading

As the leaves begin to turn and dropping temperatures start to chill the bones, the Academy knows spookiness is in the air. Halloween, one of the most popular holidays, is quickly approaching, and some in the student body already have their costumes planned. Students and faculty have a history of greatContinue Reading

The holidays are a great time to show your appreciation for friends and family by exchanging gifts. However, shopping to find the perfect presents can be stressful, especially if you are unsure what your recipient would appreciate. Here are a few gift ideas that are affordable, fun and versatile: PageContinue Reading

The holidays are right around the corner, so as a fun precursor, KN surveyed Pace students and teachers about their favorite holiday music. There was a lot of variety in the song selections, as there is more memorable holiday music than people know what to do with. When junior Aaron Davis was askedContinue Reading