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November 20, 2018

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Ride and Return: CoGo Bikes

365 Bikes, 46 Stations. Flickr.Paul Sableman Throughout Columbus, Upper Arlington, and Bexley, new CoGo bike stations have been a hit. CoGo bikes are docked in set stations, and people can rent them to travel around Columbus. There are 3 different passes that allow you unlimited 30-minute rides around the city. And as winter approaches rapidly, people

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Lunchtime Fun: April Absurdity Takes Over Upper School

April Absurdity Champions: Deep 3’s Triple B’s pose after their dominant victory. (David Cooperman’20/Staff) This April, if you looked in the direction of the basketball courts outside of the Dining Hall, you would see crowds of students watching games. This was because of the annual 3 on 3 tournament, April Absurdity, which is modeled after

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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

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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

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