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Seniors can learn something new through databases edX and Coursera (Wikimedia Commons)

Seniors: edX and Coursera Are Here for Your Senior Projects

COVID-19 has brought Senior traditions into question as the year moves forward, and for many 12th grade students, the coronavirus has forced a process of rethinking and reconstructing the Senior project.  For those sifting and sorting through the options, edX or Coursera might just be your savior. These databases contain thousands of online courses spanning

Opinion & Editorial

Mayor Pete Will Be Back

Pete Buttigieg Ended His Campaign on Sunday, March 1. (Wikimedia Commons) On Sunday, March 1, Pete Buttigieg ended his campaign for the Democratic nomination, and with that his chance at taking on Donald Trump in November. Throughout his candidacy, the nation learned more about a new face in our government: one mature beyond his years.



Photos/Ella Morris and Henry Rubey  Band Impresses Before OMEA Competition On February 25 in the Schoedinger Theater, Academy’s concert band showcased its repertoire in preparation for the OMEA (Ohio Music Educator’s Association) Ensemble Contest on March 6.  “In Tantum Lux” by Todd Stadler, the band’s opening number, displayed a series of alternating tones and moods throughout


Diving into Districts

Claire Richardson’23 preparing to do a flip-turn. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) On Wednesday, February 12, the Academy swim teams splashed into the district finals at McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion, with the women taking 3rd overall and the men finishing 6th. The senior-heavy group of Annalise Grammel ‘20, Lauren Klinefelter ’22, Taylor Warren ’20, and Abby Yakam ’20


CA Internship Applications Coming to a Close

Internship applications close on Wednesday, February 12. (Courtesy/ US Air Force) For the third straight year, upper school students can participate in the Columbus Academy Internship Program. Founded in 2018 by Jennifer Conti, the program continues to grow. This year students will have the chance to choose from 45 different positions, ranging from botany to

Opinion & Editorial

Lamar Jackson’s MVP Means More Than Just Numbers

Lamar Jackson won the 2019-2020 MVP award on Saturday, February 1 by Unanimous Decision (Wikimedia Commons) Lamar Jackson is simply spectacular on the gridiron. This 2019-2020 NFL season, the 23-year-old quarterback from the Baltimore Ravens broke tackle after tackle, record after record, and added a tally to his club’s win column more times than the


Recent Graduates Share Advice at Alumni Panel

2019 alumni share their insights on their first semester of college. (Sarah Neltner ‘20/Media) This past Tuesday, January 7, juniors and seniors congregated in the Trustees room for an informational discussion on the adjustment to college life, moderated by senior Mike DeAscentis, and headlined by five 2019 graduates: Mira Bhasin (University of Southern California), Chris

Opinion & Editorial

Don’t Expect to See Kaepernick Back Soon

Colin Kaepernick received an unexpected opportunity on Saturday, November 16. (Flickr) Almost three years have passed since Colin Kaepernick has played in an NFL matchup, and for those anxious to see his return, this past Saturday was another setback. The 32-year-old quarterback out of the University of Nevada has not touched the playing field since


KIDS 4 KIDS: Another Exciting Year to Come

As the seasons roll around, our Kids 4 Kids program is on a rise with our annual food drive. (Sari Shocket ‘22/Media)  Kids 4 Kids is back, and it’s hard to imagine it ever leaving.  From October 28 to November 25, the Columbus Academy community participates in what is CA’s oldest service tradition: a food