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October 19, 2018

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Opinion & Editorial

Enough: The Aftermath of Parkland

Academy students gather in Senior Quad to participate in the National School Walkout. (Courtesy/Columbus Academy Twitter) After the shooting at Columbine High School nearly two decades ago, the nation went into distress. Educators, students, and parents’ worries about the safety of schools escalated. Lawmakers debated for years on end, trying to find solutions to restore

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J.D. Vance: 2017 Speaker in Annual Celebration of Leadership

Following the annual Celebration of Leadership Assembly, the Academy Life Editorial Board met with J.D. Vance to discuss his experiences outlined in his book, “Hillbilly Elegy.” A condensed version of the interview lightly edited for clarity and grammar appears below. Photo by Inji Kang’19.  Click HERE to view Vance’s “TED Talk.”  On “survivor’s guilt”:  I

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Opinion & Editorial

Editorial: A Call to Correctness from the American Press, a Call to Clarity from the White House

It seemed like a match made in heaven: the sloppy media courts the careless billionaire. They fight publicly, but we all know that both sides benefit from these quarrels. The media regains a once-scattering crowd of adorers, and the man on the campaign trail gets all of the free publicity he wants. A symbiotic (if

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Opinion & Editorial

Have Empathy

Whether it’s collecting clothing to donate to children halfway across the world or holding open the door for someone, empathetic acts can inspire cooperation, community, and a general feeling of peace. When Dr. Michele Borba began her talk about empathy last week, this appeared to be her message. By understanding each other and teaching the

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2016 Celebration of Leadership: Interview with RJ Mitte

Following the annual Celebration of Leadership Assembly, the Academy Life Editorial Board met with RJ Mitte to discuss his experience with cerebral palsy, and career as an actor, philanthropist, and celebrity face of the #CutTheBull campaign to end bullying and provide support for children with disabilities. A condensed version of the interview lightly edited for clarity and grammar appears below. Photos

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