Sports

Ice Hockey Wins Two out of Three This Weekend

Max Crane’21 focuses on the puck as he guards the goal. (Jenny L’Hommedieu’19/Media) The CA ice hockey squad had a busy weekend filled with three games. The Vikes captured two wins against tough opponents, Springboro and St. Francis DeSales. But Academy’s win streak on the weekend came to an end when they took on the

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A&E

Band Review: All That Jazz

Aylah Mendenhall’19 performs in Jazz Band’s annual concert. (Grace Harrison’20/Staff) On Friday, December 7, at 7:00 pm, the Jazz Band played its fall concert. Jazz Band is a music elective that meets during zero period, so its membership is smaller than concert band. It’s mostly for Upper Schoolers, but Middle Schoolers who have shown that

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Opinion & Editorial

Academy’s Community CAfé: A Space for Diversity in Discussion

The Community CAfé Encapsulates Diverse Viewpoints through Debate-less Dialogue. (Flickr) Over one month ago, the Upper School Student Council hosted a Community CAfé centered around the unnerving events of violence, specifically referring to the Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, as well as discussing the original planned topic of balancing religious holidays during the school year.  This

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Sports

Boys Basketball Suffers Frustrating First Loss

Senior Malcolm Klingbeil finishes at the rim. (Inji Kang’19/Media editor) The CA boys basketball team saw its early lead evaporate on Saturday, December 8, as Central Crossing took advantage of the Vikings’ poor execution in the closing minutes and escaped with a 51-47 win. Before taking on the Comets, Academy hosted Cristo Rey in its

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Opinion & Editorial

Amazon’s Growing Control Over the Public

Amazon’s omnipresence: in your phone, on your laptop, in the food you eat . . .  and we might be acting too late. (Unsplash, CC0)   Amazon first announced its initiative for a new headquarters, labelled “HQ2,” back in September, 2017. With this pronouncement came a torrent of a proposals that represented various cities and states,

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Opinion & Editorial

Mueller’s Investigation Could Damage Trump Supporters and Trump-Haters Alike

Robert Mueller could close a final report in the coming weeks. (Medill DC/Creative Commons)   When special counsel Robert Mueller opened an investigation into the Trump’s campaign’s alleged collusion with the Kremlin in 2016, many were overjoyed. Thousands practically salivated over the prospect of a Trump indictment to bring about his impeachment and ultimate downfall.  With

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