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March 26, 2019

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Community CAfe: The Hate U Give

Students engage in a Community CAfe exercise, based on Academy’s special showing of The Hate U Give. (Ella Morris’22/Media) On Thursday, February 21, Upper School Dean, Mr. Losambe, hosted a  Community CAfe to discuss the film, The Hate U Give, which was offered to all students after school on Tuesday, February 19. Ms. Brooks and Dr. Jacki attended the discussion as

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Elizabeth Warren: Not What the Democratic Party Needs

Elizabeth Warren at a campaign rally in Massachusetts (Flickr) Massachusetts Senator and Democrat Elizabeth Warren’s selection of “minority status” on certain documents were first revealed in 2012 when she was running for a seat in Congress. Since then, she has received constant pressure to prove her Native American heritage and that she didn’t pose as

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Academy Hosts 2018 OJCL Fall Forum

Student presentations at Latin Forum. Courtesy/Mrs. Bening This past Saturday, October 6, Columbus Academy’s Latin program hosted an all-day Ohio Junior Classical League’s (OJCL) Fall Forum, a mini-convention that congregates students from across Ohio to discuss and explore the Latin language. Ted Gellar Goad, an Assistant Professor of Classical Languages at Wake Forest University, kickstarted

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Why An Explosive Op-Ed Won’t Change Anything in the White House

President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence sign an Executive Order on Election Meddling. (Wikipedia) When The New York Times published an anonymous opinion piece from a senior White House official, who detailed the hidden resistance within the Trump administration on September 5, the media went wild. Backlash was swift, with many in the administration calling

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Democrats Strive to Flip Yet Another House Seat

Republican Candidate Troy Balderson speaking to workers. (Courtesy/ baldersonforcongress.org On Tuesday, May 8, Ohio voters choose the party candidates for the upcoming special election in August. The election will be a test of the “Blue Wave” that Democrats hope will flip congress to their favor this November. Democrat Danny O’Connor won a six-way primary to

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