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Ice Hockey Triumphs on Senior Day

Vikes battle at DeSales’s net (Courtesy/@CAIceHockey on Twitter) Academy’s ice hockey team dedicated this week to its Seniors. Luke Budzik, Max Crane, Patrick Daly, Andrew Golden, Campbell Gwin, Suzy L’Hommedieu, Nate Rausch, and Xander Wood were celebrated from January 19 through January 22, with the team’s twitter account honoring two seniors per day. Academy kicked

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Ice Hockey Knocked out of Pioneer Classic

Senior captain Campbell Gwin sends the puck out of Academy’s zone. (Credit/Mark L’Hommedieu). Following a 5-6 start to the season, the Vikes looked to gain some momentum heading into the January 10th Pioneer Classic with a win against Olentangy on Sunday, but two goals from Campbell Gwin’21 failed to defeat the Braves, putting Academy fourth in

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“Bridgerton”: a 19th Century “Gossip Girl”

A portrait of Queen Charlotte, wife of the “mad” King George III. (Credit/Wikimedia Commons).   “Bridgerton,” based on its namesake book series, is Netflix’s most recent hit, first season released on December 25, 2020. By January 4, 2021, Netflix reported its 63 million viewers, and the numbers keep rising. The show follows the Bridgertons and

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Ice Hockey off to a Mixed Start

Senior Nate Roush fights for the puck on the boards. (Courtesy/Mark L’Hommedieu) After a small Coronavirus-related hiccup and a subsequent break in the early weeks of the season, the Columbus Academy ice hockey team continued on per usual. The squad came into the weekend having started the season with four wins and five losses, securing

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Columbus’s Somali Culture Shines at Hoyo’s Kitchen

Somali cuisine at Hoyo’s Kitchen (Credit/Pixabay). Columbus houses around 60,000 Somali people, the second largest concentration in the country. Yet this population didn’t have its cuisine properly represented in Columbus’s food scene until Hoyo’s Kitchen opened up in its first location in 2014. It didn’t catch fire until adding a location at North Market in

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Field Hockey Falls in State Semifinal

The squad mourns its loss. (Ethan Weiser’22/Staff) On Thursday, November 5, the field hockey squad traveled to Thomas Worthington High to take on the Eagles, the only team to defeat the Vikes this season.  With huge crowds coming out and on top of the pressure of a knockout match, both the Eagles and Vikes were

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Field Hockey Wins District Championship

Megan Klingerman’23 lines up a pass. Regan Cornelius’21 weaves through defenders. Mya Falkenhain’22 and Sarah Klingerman’21 fight for the ball. (Courtesy/Mark L’Hommedieu) On Tuesday, October 27, our girls took Carlin Field to play in the Central 1 district semi-finals against Olentangy Orange. As expected, the one-seed Vikings overwhelmed the eight-seed Orange in a 7-0 shutout

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Field Hockey Advances with Dominant Win

Warm-up: Ella Morris and Claudia Klingbeil (Courtesy/Mark L’Hommedieu) On Tuesday, October 20, our girls played their first game in the postseason following a strong regular season showing that gave the team the one-seed in its division.  This game was on Carlin Field against Dublin Coffman, the 18-seed. Even though the squad was expected to steamroll

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Field Hockey Caps off Regular Season with a Win

Goalie Sarah Silver’21 coordinates the defense. Regan Cornelius’21 protects ball on a run. (Courtesy/Mark L’Hommedieu) Two days after a huge comeback win against Hudson on Monday, October 12, the 14-1 Field Hockey team traveled to Bexley for the final game of the regular season. Even though the squad already clinched the one-seed for the postseason

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Field Hockey Nabs Two Wins

Both teams look on as senior Sarah Klingerman’s shot hits the back of the cage. Mya Falkenhain’22 fights for the ball. Suzy L’Hommedieu follows through on a pass. (Courtesy/Mark L’Hommedieu) The 11-1 field hockey team continued its march to defend its state championship at home on Tuesday, October 6 against New Albany, Thursday, October 8