A&E

Morris Hall’s New Art Exhibit: “A Place I Call Home”

“A Place I Call Home” features students’ interpretations of what “Home”means to them in Morris Hall’s New Exhibit. (Andrew Barren’22/Media) When the Service Board announced its theme as “Home” at the beginning of this school year, Upper School Art Teacher, David Block, suggested that the art department create a showcase based on this topic. Art

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News

CA’s Gorsuch: First Female to Receive Emerging Alumni Award

Gorsuch working with her Precalculus students on pumpkins in Academy’s Crane Outdoor Classroom. (Courtesy/Julie Simmons) The PC students had to explain to the little ones about how to measure arc length (an idea that we’ve been studying this last chapter) and the pre-K student helped us draw “math pictures.” The idea was to have a

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Opinion & Editorial

The Rise of the Nanoinfluencers

Not all people who plug products on Instagram have big follower numbers. (Wikimedia Commons) You can’t open your Instagram feed without seeing those #ads popping up across your screen. Instantly, recognizable influencers hold up shampoos, hair gummies and various drinks against luxurious backdrops, plugging products in return for commissions. It is widely known that “influencing”

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Sports

2018 Boys Basketball Preview

One last shot at a District title for Chris Boyle and the Academy seniors. (Inji Kang’19/Media editor)   Despite posting an impressive 20-5 record last year, another frustrating tournament loss has the CA boys basketball team entering its new season with a vindictive attitude. The Vikings have reloaded their roster and seem ready to contend

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Kids 4 Kids: Another Year of Success

From gathering to sorting to packing, the Academy community serves 32 local families in its annual Kids 4 Kids food and clothing drive. (Collage compiled by Andrew Barren’22) Under the dirction of Service Board Director, Mrs. Bening, and Service president, Caroline Mallory, the Academy community came together again to make this year’s Kids 4 Kids

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Opinion & Editorial

After months of public humiliation, Jeff Sessions is out

  Jeff Sessions, US Attorney General, resigned on November 7. (Gage Skidmore/Creative Commons)   On November 7, the United States Attorney General submitted his letter of resignation to President Trump, who has hounded him for months  Once, Trump was quite fond of his Attorney General, lauding Sessions as “a world-class legal mind,” and “a truly

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