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Vikings Lose to Lions in Rematch

Senior Carolyn Zhang. (Ella Morris’21/Media) On Tuesday, September 24, our volleyball team had a much-anticipated rematch against Bexley.  The Lions and Vikings battled earlier in the season in a thrilling matchup, but the Vikes fell in a tough four-set match.  Although the second set was close, Bexley got the best of us in three sets


Volleyball Vikes Battle Grandview Heights in 5 Sets

Junior Lily Plaugher goes up for a hit against Buckeye Valley. (Courtesy/Shane Zhang) The Volleyball Vikes were busy this week. After losing two away games at  Westerville North and at Worthington Christian, our girls were determined  to round off the week with a home win against Grandview Heights on  Thursday, September 19. The Vikes started


Volleyball Vikes Go Two-for-Two in Undefeated Week

On Thursday, September 12, the Volleyball Vikes were in The Mack to play Buckeye Valley. After defeating Whitehall in an away game on Tuesday, September 10, the Vikes were ready to add yet another win to their record.  Our girls kept Buckeye Valley on their toes throughout the first set. With kills from Sophia Freytag’20


Volleyball Vikes Take Down the Unicorns

Sophomore, Kerry O’Connor serves back to CSG. (Sarah Neltner ’20/Media) On Thursday, September 5, our girls returned to the court, ready to reclaim it after a tough loss to rivals Bexley last week.  The Vikes started strong with kills in the first set from Mabry Nichols’20, Kerry O’Connor’22, and Lily Plaugher’21 and devastating tips by


Girls Volleyball Falls to Bexley in Tight Match

On fire, senior Noelle Boltz serves against Bexley. (Andrew Barren’/Media editor) On Thursday, August 29, Academy’s volleyball team had its biggest game of the year against Bexley. After tying with this league last year, the Vikes were ready to bring their best to the court.  The Vikings and the Lions were well matched as they


Facing Harassment

Moving beyond the “hush hush” of harassment in K/12 schools. (Mabel, Joe. Eckstein Middle School Hallway 02. 9 Feb. 2008. Wikimedia Commons. The thought of spending an hour discussing touchy topics like sexual harassment and rape may make one uneasy, but at times, uncomfortable conversations can be the most impactful. Columbus Academy has taken some


Meet Flowers & Bread, Your New Eatery

Flowers and Bread. (Amiya Tiwari’22/Staff) On the corner of North High and Acton in Clintonville, a quaint, white building decorated with lights stands out at first glance. Founded in 2017, Flowers & Bread is reasonably new to the Columbus scene, but with its cozy environment and tasty, freshly-baked pastries, the eatery is already making a