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2015 Celebration of Leadership Interview with Alison Levine

Following this year’s presentation of Columbus Academy’s Annual Celebration of Leadership Assembly, seven Academy Life staff members had the opportunity to sit down with Alison Levine and discuss her life as a business woman, explorer, mountaineer, and leader of the first American Women’s Everest Expedition. Additionally, Levine is a New York Times bestselling author of

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Issue 3: a debate

A Dispassionate Defense In life and legislation, it is not enough to simply do right and be right— things must be done for the right reasons, in the right spirit. There are many on both sides of this issue whose opposition or support hinges upon unfounded assumptions or hopes of unfettered access to a mind-altering

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Movie Review: “Steve Jobs”

It can be hard to accept that our heroes have flaws, and for as long as I can remember, Steve Jobs has been a hero of mine. To me, Jobs represented all that I love about America and life:  that each and every one of us has the power to put a “dent in the

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Upstaging Trump

Enjoying a handsome lead in the polls, Donald Trump has been the beneficiary of a rhetoric that are equal parts alarmist, nativist, and racist, that has made manifest the latent sentiments of many Americans. Though seeming ideological opposites, the real estate mogul’s campaign and its supporters have striking similarities to those of a certain freshman