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October 20, 2018

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10,000 Calories without the Beverage

A Half Mighty Macaroni Sandwich with kettle chips. (David Cooperman’20/Staff) 5 pounds of food. 3 slices of grilled bread. 13 cheeses. 4 pickle spears. Piles of fries and coleslaw. Upwards of 10,000 calories. Consuming this massive amount of food is what the bravest diners face when trying to complete the Legendary Melt Challenge.  Melt Bar

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Los Guachos: Just Down the Road

Los Guachos gringa. (David Cooperman’20/Staff) If you are looking for a place to grab a bite after exams, take a short, mile-long trip down Cherry Bottom Road to Los Guachos, a classic Mexican restaurant, and a central Ohio staple that has been recognized on Yahoo’s “America’s Best Taco Spots.” The restaurant’s famous massive wheel of

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Lunchtime Fun: April Absurdity Takes Over Upper School

April Absurdity Champions: Deep 3’s Triple B’s pose after their dominant victory. (David Cooperman’20/Staff) This April, if you looked in the direction of the basketball courts outside of the Dining Hall, you would see crowds of students watching games. This was because of the annual 3 on 3 tournament, April Absurdity, which is modeled after

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Asian Gourmet: Food Next Door

Luscious Sushi rolls at Asian Gourmet. (Asian Gourmet website) If you are looking for an Asian restaurant close to school, Asian Gourmet and Sushi Bar is the place to go. With Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Thai cuisines, this eatery’s menu offers a wide selection of appetizers gives patrons a tough choice when ordering their meal.

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North Market: Food for All

North Market’s Welcoming Facade. (Wikimedia commons) Craving Indian food? Prefer Italian? Whatever your culinary delight, you can find most anything at North Market. Open since 1876 and Columbus’s only remaining public market, this emporium’s diverse restaurants is one of central Ohio’s staples. Its loyal merchants have gone through numerous battles in the past to keep

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Vittoria: An Italian Gem

Vittoria’s homemade pasta and marinara. (David Cooperman/Staff) Since 2008, Vittoria Ristorante has been a popular pick for lovers of Italian food.  Located at 10241 Sawmill Pkwy in Powell, Vittoria’s menu ranges from modern Italian to classic meat and seafood options. Most popular before an entre are its calamari ($10), wedding soup ($4), and the Caesar

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Certamen

Following the Project Linus event on Monday, January 15, members of the Latin Club participated in an OJCL-sponsored Certamen invitational.  Certamen, a quiz bowl-styled trivia game, has teams arranged middle schoolers to more advanced levels of Latin. Each round consists of 20 questions, with teams playing 3 rounds. The format for each question is similar

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