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Peer Perspectives: Informative

During these past few weeks, students and teachers have been scheduling for next year. Now in its second year, students hadthe opportunity to listen to their older peers’ perspectives on classes and workloads, as well as what they wished they knew the previous year.    On Monday, March 2, and Tuesday, March 3, groups of

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Girls Swimming Ends Season at States

(Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) The Vikes wrapped up the swim season with some fabulous performances at states on Friday, February 21, and Saturday, February 22, at the C.T. Branin Natatorium. Our girls 200 medley relay of seniors Annalise Grammel, Taylor Warren, and Abby Yalam, along with talented sophomore Lauren Klinefelter, took 1oth place in the preliminary

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Girls Swimming Ranks Second at Sectionals

Emma Yakam’22 finishes her freestyle. (Ella Morris’22/Media) On Saturday, February 8, our girls took on other top D2 teams at sectionals, looking to move on to districts after earning a stellar second place as a team. Sophomores Lauren Klinefelter, Mary Kate Prall, and Emma Yakam, along with senior Annalise Grammel, swam to a second place

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Chinese New Year Assembly: The Year of the Rat

The students enrolled in Chinese perform the fan dance during Mondays Chinese New Year assembly. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) From January 25 to February 8, Chinese families around the world are ushering in the Year of the Rat with traditional red envelopes, festivals, and extravagant meals. The Rat represents vitality and intelligence, both good omens for the coming year. On

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Boys Claim MSL Title

Charlie Belford’22 sprints a lap of backstroke. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) The Columbus Academy boys swimming team hosted Bishop Watterson for its last regular season meet on Tuesday, January 21.  The AquaVikes kicked off the meet with a victory in the 200 medley relay, before sophomore Cyrus Richardson secured a first-place finish in the 200 free.

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Girls Swimming Stuns Competition 

Sophomore Nicole Young. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) Kicking off the week, the Vikes faced off against St. Charles and Olentangy Liberty on Friday, January 17, at home.  Sophomores Lauren Klinefelter and Mary Kate Prall raced their way to first in the 200 yard freestyle and 200 yard IM, respectively. Meanwhile, senior captain Annalise Grammel dusted her competition

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Boys Swimming Storms the Shore

Rowan Hennessy’21 in the 100 backstroke.  (Julia DeVore’22/Media) After two dominant meets the previous week, the AquaVikes brought home another victory on Thursday, January 9, with a first place ranking over rivals Bishop Hartley and Wellington at the Madison Christian Natatorium.  The 200-yard relay kicked off with James Cao’20, Cyrus Hannallah’22, Gavin Lewis’23, and Ezra