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Head of School, Melissa Soderberg, Welcomes Students to Renovated Shoedinger Theatre

Melissa Soderberg speaks to Upper School students in the first assembly held in the renovated theatre on October 11. (Courtesy/Andy Morris) The newly renovated theatre was unveiled last Friday, much to our students’ delight. After moving the 5th grade into the Lower School, the administration realized that they needed additional seating for assemblies and other

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Ad Astra: Breathtakingly Slow

Brad Pitt with scientist Jennifer Trosper at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena. (Courtesy/ NASA/JPL-Caltech ) Ad Astra is the slow burn of slow burns. It’s a wrenching story of a son chasing after his long lost father and explores humanity and the harsh reality of space travel, paired with gorgeous cinematography. The only problem, however, is that this

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Welcome, Mr. Jason Singleton, who shares Field House news

Mr. Jason Singleton, Academy’s New Athletic Director (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) What is 1½ times the size of a hockey rink,⅓ the size of the White House. and ⅕ the size of a Manhattan city block? Columbus Academy’s upcoming 24,000-square-foot indoor Field House. A project that has been in construction since early this year, the initiative to

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Academy’s Computer Science Fair: A Tech-Filled Delight

Over 100 students presented at our 6th Annual Computer Science Fair.(Katie Ranlin’22/Media) As a digitized character of Mr. Losambe caught a student red-handed wearing airpods in a lounge, “Busted” flashed across the projector screen, and the entire room erupted in an uproar of groans and laughter.  “Grand Theft Academy,” an Academy-relevant take on the popular

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Service Board hosts 3rd Blood Drive

On April 22, a professional develoopment day, CA’s Blood Drive still collected 16 units of blood. The donations have the potential to save 48 lives.  Carolyn Zhang and Lindsey Dunlap in partnership with the Red Cross, ran the Blood Drive, a service tradition that can save up to hundreds of lives a year.  This month,

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An Origin Story with Subpar Action: Shazam!

A CA Shazam! Statue at San Diego Comic-Con 2018 (Gage Skidmore/ Wikimedia Commons) It’s no secret that the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) needs some freshening up. Constantly overshadowed by Marvel’s inability to make an unpopular movie, the company that spawned household names like “Batman” has found it hard to find its footing in creating a

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Captain Marvel: A Decent Performance Amidst Fierce Opposition

Brie Larson meets with former female pilot at the National Air and Space Museum. (Wikimedia Commons) Captain Marvel, the latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), premiered Friday, March 8th, and quickly rocketed to a record-breaking $455 million international opening weekend. The origin story about Carol Danvers (Brie Larson), a pilot turned Kree supersoldier

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