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June 18, 2019

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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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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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Bibibop: Fast Casual South Korean Cuisine

Bibibop’s classic rice bowl with spicy chicken, eggs, and fresh vegetables. (Sarah Silver’21/Staff) Bibibop is a fast-casual restaurant that follows the custom of personalizing meals with fresh, healthy ingredients. With locations in Polaris, Easton, and most recently Gahanna, Bibibop boasts reasonably priced rice bowls inspired by the South Korean dish “bibimbap” or mixed rice.   This

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Career Forum: Ali Mozenter’s Work with the Muscle Dystrophy Association

Business Development Director for the Columbus chapter of the Muscle Dystrophy Association (MDA), Ali Mozenter’09 discusses student volunteer opportunites for MDA summer camp. (Andrew Barren’22/Media) On Wednesday, February 23, Ali Mozenter’09 met with upper school students during one of Academy’s Alumni Lunch Career Forums to talk about her years of volunteer experience with MDA, an organization that supports

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Chinese New Year Assembly: Year of the Pig

Students studying Chinese enact traditional new year performances during a special assembly. (Collage by Katie Rankin’22/Staff) Every year from late January to mid-February, Chinese communities celebrate the new year with special meals, festivals, parades, and red envelopes filled with “lucky money.” Twelve zodiacal animals represents each Chinese New Year.The year of the pig represents wealth

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Harvey & Ed’s: A Deli Delicacy

Harvey & Ed’s classic Rueben sandwich with kugel. (Sarah Silver’21/Staff) A display of cookbooks and deli classics welcomes you into Cameron Mitchell’s newest eatery, Harvey & Ed’s deli, in the Short North.  With both counter and sit-down service, Harvey & Ed’s features traditional Jewish delicacies, including potato latkes ($5), noodle kugel ($5), and Bubbe’s matzo ball

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Freshii: Fast and Flavorful

Freshii Logo- Wikimedia Commonscom) If you are looking for a quick healthy bite that’s fast and local, Freshii, one of the nation’s fastest growing health brands, is right down the road. Freshhii boasts spicy lemongrass soup, smokehouse burritos, kale and spinach smoothies, buffalo wraps and any combination you can think of from its seven categories of options.

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