It’s a Wrap
Affinity Spaces Can Provide Needed Support for Minority Students
Exercise Your Right to Vote
No Matter Your Political Party, You Should Be Worried by Tensions With Iran
Impeachment Inquiry Another Diversion
Three Words Can Save a Life
What It Means To Be a Good Classmate
Rodney Reed Deserves New Trial
Your Metal Straw Won’t Stop Climate Change. Here’s What Will.
Voluntourism: The Bad in Doing Good
What a Difference Four Years Make
America’s Immigration System Is Inherently Cruel
Recent Mass Shootings Reinforce Need for Congressional Action
What Makes a Good Student?
Disenfranchisement Is Alive and Well in the U.S.
Despite its Benefits, Technology Can Be Detrimental to Your Education
Mueller Probe Ends with Predictable Findings
Seniors’ Second Semester Is Harder Than Ever
Schools Must Teach Digital Literacy
Trump’s SOTU Address Had Its Moments, but Americans Still Need Answers
Despite Controversy, PDC Can Be Fun
There’s No Place for Blackface in Modern Society
Extended Time Students Are Not to Blame
Letter to the Editor from Senior Ben Solomon
The Danger of Hyper-Partisanship: Normalizing Terror in America
Although Flawed, Trump Has Delivered on Some Promises
Republican, Democrat Divide Widens While Freedoms Are at Stake
Letter to the Editor from Senior Andrew Ladden
Letter to the Editor from Krista Wilhelmsen
Beard Rule Needs an Update
Post Kavanaugh: A Cornerstone for Change
Letter to the Editor from Martha Downer-Assaf, Ph.D.
Letter to the Editor from Michael Callahan
Stacey Abrams the Best Choice For Georgia
Your Vote Matters. Be Sure to Register by Oct. 9.
Limit Phone Restrictions to Classroom
Extended Time Needs Change
Despite Mass Shootings, Gun Reform Unlikely Any Time Soon
Lifer Reflects on Time at Pace
The Feminist Problem
‘Room Occupied’ Signs an Improvement
Net Neutrality Laws Have Been Repealed, But There is Still Hope
The ‘Covfefe’-in-Chief: The Case for Impeachment
Despite his Flaws, Trump Can Point to Some Successes
Meet Santa Claus
Trump Administration Bad for Environment
Let’s Talk About Sex(ual Assualt)
Gun Control and Reform: A Necessity
Citizens Have Right to Bear Arms
Academic Demands Compound Stress of Completing College Applications
Trump’s ‘Many Sides’
Charlottesville Not the First of Its Kind
Pace Lot Creates Chaos
Community Coaches Lend Needed Expertise
Minimesters a Missed Opportunity
Pace Rotating Schedule Under Constant Scrutiny
Refugees Denied Warm Welcome
Fall Fair Appeals to Younger Crowd
Pace Student Section Sparks Controversy
Spirit Week Needs Different Approach
PDC Causes PTSD
From KN Editorial Cartoonist Miles Hsu
Body Cameras Can Be Useful Tools
SAT and ACT Turn Students into Robots
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