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Reading with Pride

The Upper School library has created a book display to celebrate October’s LGBTQIA+ history month.  (Courtesy Abbey Z.) October is associated with pumpkins and ghouls, but the Upper school library is brandishing rainbow displays and flower garlands to celebrate LGBTQ+ History month which started on the first. On these displays marked with the pride flag,


A New World: Academy’s Disney Club, Reimagined

(via Pixabay) Have you ever wanted to share your love for childhood movies with your classmates or take a movie break during the school day? If this sounds like your “happiest place on earth,” Disney Club may be perfect for you. Disney club, founded by Natalie L, will now be headed by Christina, her youngest


Senior Leaves Their Mark 

(Ellie T/Staff) If you have stopped to look into classroom A113 within the past month, you may have found a new colorful addition to Ms. Chahal’s eastern wall: a mural depicting women lounging in vibrant clouds is the work of senior Cassidy J, whose painting has captured the attention of many history students who enter


The 64th Grammy’s and Its Future Award Shows

(Flickr)   The 64th Grammy Awards on April 3, 2022, highlighted the best pieces of music produced in the year. To determine the award winners, the Academy holds an anonymous vote, which often doesn’t align with popular opinion. This year’s winners and nominees proved to be no exception, with snubs and upsets throughout the program. 


Tyler, The Creator’s International Tour comes to Columbus”

(Ellie t./Staff) On Sunday, February 27, 18,000 people flocked to the Schottenstein Center to see the Tyler, the Creator for the first time since before the pandemic on the “Call Me If You Get Lost Tour” along with artists Teezo Touchdown, Vince Staples, and Kali Uchis. Tyler Okonma, better known by his stage name Tyler,