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December 18, 2018

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In the Know Scores “First” Again

Lucas Huang’21, Gabe Taub’21, Andrew Cahall’20, and Aden Weiser’19 are joined by the team’s first “Student Section” of seniors Will Mathews and Julia Gurevitz. Dr. Morris   Our In the Know team of Aden Weiser’19, Andrew Cahall’20, Gabe Taub’21 and Lucas Huang’21 defeated Thomas Worthington on October 29 with a score  620-375 in the second round of the WOSU tournament.

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MDA Camp at Academy: 20 Years Strong

Nick Robie’18 with Charlie Sabgir’20 and juniors Liam McCann and Ethan Nankervis. (Courtesy/Christy Bening) On Sunday, May 20, from 11 AM – 2 PM CA hosted the new counselor orientation in Academy’s dining hall. New counselors, Charlie Sabgir, Ethan Nankervis, and Liam McCann, were joined by MDA veteran and newly appointed MDA Cabin Leader, Nick

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Academy Students Shine at Annual State Latin Convention

Academy Students Shine at Annual State Latin Convention. (Courtesy/Mrs. Bening) Each year, hundreds of Latin and classics’ scholars, along with sponsors and chaperones gather in a central Ohio hotel for the annual Ohio Junior Classical League (OJCL) convention. Twenty-three Academy students attended the 2018 convention, held at DoubleTree Worthington from Friday March 9 to Sunday

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Academy Honors “Our Hidden Figures Revealed”

During parent group MOSIAC’s Black History Month celebration, members of the Academy community listen to COSI President and CEO Dr. Frederic Bertley speak about diversity in STEAM fields. Text and photo/Courtesy CA Facebook post) On Sunday, February 25, our MOSAIC parent group hosted a successful community event called “Our Hidden Figures Revealed: The Color of STEAM”

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Senior Lock-In: Priceless and Unscripted Time

Quad in Lights for Seniors. Esther Lawrence: “Some of my best CA memories were made tonight.” (Courtesy/Ms. Reifeis) When Upper School Head, Cory Izokaitis, approved a Senior Lock-in for 2016, little did she know this event would be a favorite of the senior class. With hours of behind-the-scenes planning, Izokaitis and Student Council advisors, Freda Eden and

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A&E

A Personal Process: The Art & Life of Toshiko Takaezu

(Julia Gurevitz’19/Media) From Pedro Mana, Columbus Academy’s Fine Arts Department Chair:  US Ceramics teacher, and former Toshiko apprentice, Andy Rahe, has arranged a unique spotlight into the creative mind from a pioneer who elevated Ceramics into a Fine Art. Takaezu’s artwork is in the collections of museums worldwide including The National Museum of Modern Art,

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AI Makes Leap after Leap

Google’s search engine uses previous searches to provide topic that are catered to your interests.  (unsplash.com) Amid the commotion over cutting-edge phones, refined software, and augmented reality’s promise, the evolution of artificial intelligence has been outshined by more convenient technologies. Without people noticing, artificial intelligence has managed to permeate itself into most everyone’s daily tasks.

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Sports

Girls Tennis Impresses at States

On Thursday, October 19, and Friday, October 20, the girls tennis team traveled to Mason, Ohio, for the state tournament.  In the singles bracket, freshman standout, Sydni Ratliff, didn’t drop a single game during her first two matches, easily defeating both Cincinnati Hill’s Samantha Pregel and Poland Seminary’s Marisa Ricciardi, 6-0, 6-0.  Ratliff took to

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