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Science Olympiad Team

(Courtesy/Janet L) On Saturday April 9, Academy’s Science Olympiad team competed in its first in-person state tournament since Covid hit. This year’s tournament differed from the previous 8 years since no one could not compete side-by-side because of the virus. but this year, the competitors gathered together at Academy and virtually competed against 15 students


Science Olympiad Places 41st at OSU Invitational

On January 22, the Science Olympiad team competed in the Ohio State University Invitational and ranked 41st. The team placed 14th in Anatomy and Physiology, 21st in Chem, and 23rd in the “Wright Stuff.” Because Academy didn’t have builds or teams for every event, it landed the low scores which weighed heavily against us. That


Boys Bowling Wins First Match

Team prepares for its match (Courtesy/Ben Anasis)  On Wednesday, December 1, the boys bowling team, under the direction of coaches Gerardina Garita and John Compton, bowled against Columbus South. Returning varsity players Jacob Mowery and Ryan Reagan earned a 1507-964 win together with new varsity players Colin Harrison, Kian Jennings, Zecheriah Kim, and Joshua King,


Girls Senior Soccer Night Ends in Tie

(Max Walker/Media)   On Wednesday October 13, girls soccer battled rival Bexley at home on Senior Night to honor Evie Gee, Liesel Goldfarb, Kennedy Jackson, Mary-Kate Prall, Sophie Spolter, Diana Ulbrich, and Emma Yakam for their four years of dedication to the team.    From the start of the game you could tell it was


Bladerunner 2049: To watch, expect a long haul

  Denis Villeneuve’s BladeRunner 2049 is a breathtaking piece of art that also takes more than its fair share of time.    This movie is about KD6-3.7, a replicant detective. In this Sci-Fi world, replicants are manufactured people, created as a subservient labor class to humans. The movie opens with K who is investigating a


Inception, a Masterwork

Christopher Nolan’s Inception struck me at first as convoluted and maybe even a bad dream.  Yet, the movie is a masterpiece because it gives both those who want a complex thinker and those who want an action packed thriller a fantastic film to watch.   This blockbuster follows a thief (Leonardo Dicaprio) who involves himself in


Wanda Vision, a thrilling confusion

(Wikimedia Commons)   WandaVision, Marvel’s newest big budget project, is like nothing it has ever featured before.   Created by Jac Schaeffer, this mini series starts out as a 1950’s sitcom-except things don’t seem right. Super-powered Wanda and Vision suspect that everything is not as it seems. Viewers don’t know what’s going on or why these characters


Disney Strikes Again with “Soul”

(Wikimedia Commons)   Director Pete Docter of Pixar’s Soul once again proves his ability to make a classic out of a seemingly childish movie.   The story revolves around Joe Gardner, a middle school band teacher voiced by Jamie Foxx. Joe, a life-long Jazz musician, wants nothing more than to play on stage and make