Press enter or return to search.

Lance H.'s Post Archives


Boys Tennis Eyes Big Week After Sectionals

Lucas X. serves a point. (Lance H./Staff) On Wednesday May 10, boys tennis began its first day of sectionals competing against 15 schools. It was a clear, beautiful day, and the team battled not only their opponents but also the sweltering heat. Singles players Connor T., Ian C., and Lucas X. and doubles players Nason L.


Cabaret Performance Dazzles

Tenor Bass Choir Sings Blackbird by the Beatles. (Courtesy/Henry Wood) Students, families, and guests gathered in the Dining Hall on May 6 for the annual Cabaret performance. The evening opened with the full choir, directed by Mr. Jenkins, singing Bill Withers’ “Lean on Me.” Henry W. and Morgan L. followed with their own soloist renditions


Model UN wins 3 awards at Dublin Conference

Mary P. and Ellie T. deliberate at DMUNC. (Courtesy Angela H.) On April 22, the Model UN club traveled to Dublin Jerome for its Spring MUN conference. Led by Mr. Compton, the students participated in separate sessions based on the TV shows Phineas and Ferb and Better Call Saul and role-played as their respective characters


Boys Tennis Triumphs in Tournament

(Courtesy CA_boystennis) Boys tennis delivered again this week with a 5-0 win against Dublin Coffman on April 26. Saagar A. dominated with two perfect 6-0 sweeps. The doubles of Nason L. and Rowen L. won in 6-3, 6-2 sets. Away on April 29 at the Lakewood Racquet Club for the Lexington Tournament, the Vikes played


Computer Science’s Annual Bot Competition

Matthew and Sean are much amused. (Lance H.) On April 10, students and faculty watched Mr. Feinberg’s annual bot competition unfold in the Dining Hall. Every year, Feinberg’s Honors Computer Science 2 & 3 students work on a code which they compete in a bot competition. This healthy match creates discussion in the halls, as


Dr. Lisa Damour Engages Students with Mental Health Discussion

(Lance H.) Academy welcomed psychologist Dr. Lisa Damour, a New York Times bestselling author and contributor to CBS News, to discuss mental health and how to manage stress over a two-day visit involving parents, faculty, and students, beginning on April 7. Damour said the happiness and good feelings that we often associate with mental well-being


Boys Tennis goes 2-1 in third week

Lucas X. (Vaanika J./Media) Boys tennis continued its season with a 2-1 record in this week’s action, improving to 11-2 overall. On April 18, the Vikes routed Buckeye Valley 5-0 with both singles and doubles winning every game—the second time this season. The team traveled to New Albany the next day and suffered its second


Boys Tennis On Fire

Nason L. (Vaanika J./Media) Boys tennis compiled a 5-0 record this week, downing Bexley 3-2 on April 11. The duos of Connor T. and Cory W. and Lucas X. and Rowen L. won in two sets. The team then won 4-1 against Olentangy on April 12.  On Thursday, April 13, singles Jacob K. and Rowen


Boys Tennis Begins with 4-1 Start

Cory W. serves match point against Massillon Jackson. (Courtesy/Ian Chang) Boys varsity tennis started its season with a 5-0 sweep of Whitehall. Singles Bennet K., Nason L., and Jayden T. dominated 6-0 as did the duos of Yuvraj T. and Connor T. and Saketh G. and Aanav K.  Led by captain Saagar A., the Vikes beat


ChatGPT: A Powerful Tool Students should use Responsibly

(Wikimedia Commons) In the last few months, the artificial intelligence chatbot, ChatGPT, has exploded in popularity. Developed by OpenAI and released last November, ChatGPT spits out a response when given a prompt by the user. So what makes ChatGPT so different from other chatbots? Instead of determining the next word in a sentence from the