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Coppa Gelato’s: Where to Relax on Snowdays

(Rhian Seneviratne’20) Gelato, sorbets, coffee, pastries: so much to enjoy at Coppa’s. With 39 flavors, including 7 dairy-free items and the favorites of Maple Bacon, Snickerdoodle, and Turtle Sundae, you can get a half scoop ($2.25) or go all the way up to four ($8.50).  Beyond the standard cup and cones, you might want to go


Academy’s Annual Project Linus

Students at work on Monday, May 15 for annual Project Linus. (Courtesy/Christy Bening) On January 15, 2018, Columbus Academy held its annual Project Linus event for the seventh year. Project Linus is a national organization that sends handmade blankets to children who have experienced trauma or loss. This event is held countrywide, yet anyone can


Redesigned Exam Times a Win-Win

Many people are wondering why there is a Friday exam this year, compared to years prior. This change will affect students’ studying and preparation in a major way: affording them an extra 3-5 hours on Friday to prepare. According to Mr. Dow, the Dean of Scheduling, this year’s calendar has pushed us forward before the


Olympics-inspired Pep Rally Thrills Students

Seniors Luke Tiberi and Nick Robie light the torch in our first pep rally of the year. (Inji Kang’19/Media) On Friday, September 22, the band played a lively tune as eager students piled into “The Mack” for the fall pep rally. The lights cut to darkness to begin the show as the Viking took down


Helping after Harvey’s Wrath

After Hurricane Harvey ravaged Texas’s southeast and and the southern part of Louisiana, Academy’s Service Board, led by Mrs. Bening, Angel Watkins, and Neena Baliga, placed donation carts all around the school to collect items ranging from bottled water to new towels, following the recommended list provided by the American Red Cross. Items were sent