News

Service Board Celebrates Faculty and Staff

Upper School Dean, Mr. Losambe, showing thanks by waving to other faculty, volunteers, and the camera! (Sari Schocket’22/Media) This past Wednesday, February 6, the Service Board hosted its annual event dedicated to the work of our faculty and staff, former and present, here at Columbus Academy. Jenny L’Hommedieu’19 and Abigail Freytag’20 coordinated the day with

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Sports

CA Bowling Impresses in Busy Week

Will Matthews’19.(Kayla Podgurski ‘19/Media) Both Academy bowling squads secured a victory in their games this week. The girls’ game on Monday, February 4, ended with a loss to Teays Valley, 1783 to 1485. Captain Katie Wunsch’19 had a stellar game, putting up 137 and 128. Gigi Bates’20 also had a solid performance, with 125 and

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Opinion & Editorial

Is Partisanship a Necessary Evil?

Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell. Democratic Socialist, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. (Left/ Courtesy Gage Skidmore, Wikimedia Commons.Right/Courtesy Senate Democrats, Wikimedia Commons). Collage by Andrew Barren’22/Media) A truck driver ignores the clearance signs on his way to the Holland Tunnel, a passageway connecting New York and New Jersey. To no surprise, the truck’s wheels reel to a

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Opinion & Editorial

Faculty and Staff Column Feature: Brad Henry

Academy teacher, Brad Henry. “Never Underestimate the Little Things” How do you thank a person that saved your life? I’m not so certain that this can be achieved through words alone–but I’ll try. What I do know is I would not be here writing an article for CA’s Academy Life in 2019 if it were

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News

Senior Lock-in: All-night Party

Excited seniors arrive ready for a long night. (Courtesy/Sammie Kass’19) When the concept of a senior lock-in was first introduced by then-senior class president, Christina Lee’16 in her campaign speech, a seemingly impossible feat soon became a reality. The Class of 2016 participated in the inaugural senior lock-in, a night full of fun and bonding

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Opinion & Editorial

Ralph Northam Must Resign

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s Yearbook photo has reopened our country’s deep racial wounds. (Lee District Democratic Committee via Wikimedia Commons) On Friday, February 8, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam said that he intends to serve out the rest of his term fighting for “racial equity.” The best way for him to do that is to resign.

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