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Girls Tennis Dominates at Districts

Sydni Ratliff’22 heads to her 3rd state play-offs. (Sari Shocket’22/Media) After a victorious sectional tournament, the Columbus Academy girls tennis team continued its success by sending two individual players and one doubles duo to the state qualifying tournament on Thursday, October 10, and Saturday, October 12. On Thursday, Sydni Ratliff’21 breezed through tournament singles, winning

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Girls Tennis Soars Through Sectionals

Junior Sydni Ratliff dominates at sectionals. (Sari Shocket’22/Media) After a dominant set of matches the previous week, the Columbus Academy girls tennis team looked to continue its winning streak with a final regular season match against Dublin Jerome on Wednesday, October 2.  The Vikings fought hard against the Celtics but were outlasted 2-3 against their

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Girls Tennis Dominates Twice this Week

Junior Carolyn Tsung. (Andrew Barren’21/Media editor)  After three victories the previous week, the Columbus Academy girls tennis team continued its success with two big wins against rivals Granville and Worthington Christian. With a record of 13-4, the Vikes look forward to their last regular match before the postseason tournament. The Vikings travelled to Granville on

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Sports

Mixed Results for Girls Tennis

Junior Carolyn Tsung hits the ball back into play during Thursday’s match. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) Entering the week, the Columbus Academy tennis team knew it would be facing one of the toughest competitors in the state. On Wednesday, September 11, the Vikings traveled to Olentangy Liberty for an intense match. The Vikes fought ferociously but

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Girls Tennis Racks Up a 3-2 Week

Junior, Sydni Ratliff, slamming the ball with a strong forehand as she wins the point against opponent, Olentangy Orange, during last week’s match. (Sari Shockett’22/Media) The Columbus Academy girls tennis team faced some of its stiffest competition yet, playing its way to three huge victories and two losses against top teams, bringing their total record

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News

Passover: a Celebration of Freedom

A Passover seder plate commemorating the Exodus. (Flickr) Starting at sunset on Friday, April 19, and ending in the evening of Saturday, April 27, the Jewish holiday of Passover celebrates the Israelites’ freedom from slavery in ancient Egypt. Passover, or Pesach, commemorates the Book of Exodus. Each year, families around the world tell the story of the

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A&E

Cap City: A Central Ohio Classic 

Cap City’s exterior at the Gahanna location. (Sarah Silver ’21/Staff) The Cameron Mitchell restaurant, Cap City, is a classic diner famous for its timeless aesthetic and sizable platters and desserts.  A large gumball machine invites you into the restaurant, while renowned photos such as those of Marilyn Monroe and Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans surround

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Opinion & Editorial

Peer Perspectives and Course Planning: My View

(Courtesy/The Blue Diamond Gallery) Over these past two weeks, the high school has engaged in cross-grade meetings aimed towards enlightening and sharing experiences about classes, schoolwork, and grade-specific opportunities. On Tuesday, March 5, the sophomore advisories travelled to the science rooms to listen to the members of the junior class talk about their past school

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