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October 20, 2018

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J. Cole’s KOD Tour

J. Cole at the Schottenstein Center.  Eliana Jenkins/Staff Months after the release of his fifth studio album, KOD, rapper J.Cole announced the KOD Tour, featuring 36 dates. The theme of the tour revolves around his latest album-a concept album on pain and ways people deal with it. The acronym KOD can be mean Kids On

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Johnson’s Ice Cream Parlor

Flavors galore at Johnsons. (Eliana Jenkins’20/Staff) There’s no better way to start the summer with an ice cream cone, and Johnson’s Ice Cream, a new addition on Main Street in New Albany, serves it well. Johnson’s atmosphere is welcoming and summer-oriented. And its wide variety of flavors, from “PB Chocolate Tornado” to “Blueberry Pie,” make

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Concert Band’s Spring Show

Concert Band. (Courtesy Andy Morris) Concert Band hosted its spring show on Tuesday, April 24. “Blaze the Trail,” a superior-rated piece that the band performed at the OMEA districts, was the opener. In a solo on the French horn, Sarah Morris’18 played “Concerto in Eb.” After “Fable,” an interactive “Argh! Disney Sing-Along” with the audience was

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Treble Choir and Camerata’s Superlative Evening of Chorals

Camerata. (Inji Kang’19/Media) Academy’s  Treble Choir and Camerata gave an outstanding and well-attended performance in our Schoedinger Theatre on November 7 at 7pm. Following Mrs. Brooks’ introduction to the choirs and their accompanist, Mrs.  Jennifer Kristoff, the evening was off to a superb start and a throughly praiseworthy event.  The all-women’s Treble Choir took the

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Columbus Joins “One Walk” 

“Walk for the Cure” starting line. (Eliana Jenkins’20/Staff) On October 1, families, volunteers, and sponsors gathered at the Ohio Stadium to walk two miles around the OSU campus, advocating for those with Type 1 Diabetes. The day began with check-in, followed by families, friends, and other promoters of this cause, most wearing custom made Tee-shirts

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