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January 18, 2019

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Opinion & Editorial

Time for Change in College Football Playoff Era

Format for 4-Team College Football Playoffs Continues through 2026 Season. (Wikimedia Commons) “And he’s got an opening, Elliott, off to the races, can they catch him?”  “No, they can’t! Touchdown!”  Buckeye fans rejoiced as Ezekiel Elliott raced into the end zone for an 85-yard touchdown run, capping off Ohio State’s 42-35 upset victory over No.

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Opinion & Editorial

Academy’s Community CAfé: A Space for Diversity in Discussion

The Community CAfé Encapsulates Diverse Viewpoints through Debate-less Dialogue. (Flickr) Over one month ago, the Upper School Student Council hosted a Community CAfé centered around the unnerving events of violence, specifically referring to the Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, as well as discussing the original planned topic of balancing religious holidays during the school year.  This

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Sports

Olentangy Berlin Edges Out Boys Soccer in District Semifinals

Ashton Cofer’20 aims ball into the goal. Andrew Barren’22/Media The Academy boys soccer team’s tournament hopes to move beyond district semifinals were thwarted on Wednesday night, October 24, as the group lost in heartbreaking fashion to Olentangy Berlin. The 2nd-seeded Vikings took on the 7th-seeded Bears under the lights in the bitter conditions for 110

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Sports

Boys Soccer Splits Last Week of Regular Season Play

Gunnar Geiger’19 clears the ball. Jennie L’Hommedieu’19/Media The Viking boys soccer squad bounced back from last week’s pair of losses as they defeated Hamilton Township on Thursday, October 11, but failed to carry that momentum over to their last regular season matchup on Saturday, October 13, against Granville.   The Vikings’ road stand continued on Thursday

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News

Academy Hosts 2018 OJCL Fall Forum

Student presentations at Latin Forum. Courtesy/Mrs. Bening This past Saturday, October 6, Columbus Academy’s Latin program hosted an all-day Ohio Junior Classical League’s (OJCL) Fall Forum, a mini-convention that congregates students from across Ohio to discuss and explore the Latin language. Ted Gellar Goad, an Assistant Professor of Classical Languages at Wake Forest University, kickstarted

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Sports

Boys Soccer Rolling through Competition

Charlie Mueller’20 sacrifices his body for the penalty. (Jenny L’Hommedieu’19/Media) The boys from Hondros have been anything but unstoppable this month. Match after match, the squad only seems to be gaining momentum, and this past week was no exception. On Wednesday night, September 26, the Vikings hosted the rivaled Bexley Lions in one of their

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