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December 18, 2018

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Mr. David Wong’s Orchestral Debut

Academy’s Orchestra performs in annual fall concert under the direction of Mr. David Wong in his first year at Academy and in his first conduction ever. (Inji Kang’19/Media editor) Academy’s Orchestra showcased an array of scores on Wednesday, November 14. Our new orchestra instructor, Mr. David Wong, conducted the school’s annual Orchestra Concert, featuring our Middle and Upper

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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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