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April 20, 2019

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Boys Track Continues to Impress

Coming off of last week’s victory at Worthington Christian, the Vikes went into their first home meet against Tree of Life, Northside Christian, and Patriot Prep on Tuesday,  April 9, with confidence and continued their impressive form, winning the meet. In distance events, Abhi Ramesh’19 and Alex O’Connor’20 flew past the competition to earn the

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Boys Track Starts Season with a Bang

Harry Mills ’19 anchors the 4×200 relay. (Sarah Neltner’20/Media) The Vikings started off their season on a high note, racing to team and individual victories on Tuesday, April 2, at Worthington Christian. Senior Caleb Crawley won both shot put and discus, while fellow senior Harry Mills left the competition in the dust in the 200

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Eric Dozier: Social Change through Music

Eric Dozier. (Eric Dozier/flickr) In honor of Black History Month, on Monday February 25, Eric Dozier, the former director of the Harlem Gospel Choir, co-founder and National Director of Arts and Education for One Human Family Music, Inc., spoke to our Upper School about music’s impact on society, especially African-Americans, and how it connects people.

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Virginia Ma’19 Presents Summer Research Project at Stony Brook University

Ginnie at the Simons Summer Research Poster Symposium. (Courtesy/Shili Lin) Last summer, senior Ginnie Ma spent seven weeks at Stony Brook University as a Simons Summer Research Program Fellow, along with 50 other high school students from across the country. Ginnie worked under Dr. Richard Moffitt in Biomedical Informatics, which, as Ginnie says, “. . .involves

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Ice Hockey’s Inaugural Varsity Season Ends in the First Round of Districts

Jacob Sardo’19 turns the corner and looks for his shot. (Jenny L’Hommedieu’19/Media) After a close second round exit from the CBJ cup on February 10, the Vikings played in their first varsity district tournament on February 16 against the Centerille Elks. Academy, ranked 15 in the tournament and was the favorite going in against 16th ranked Centerville. Both

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Vikes Break Losing Streak as Regular Season Comes to a Close

Allen Koganov’22 maneuvers the ice after gathering a deflection. (Jenny L’Hommedieu’19/Media) The Vikes aimed to break their three-game losses with a JV game against Westerville on Friday, February 1. The game began with three unanswered goals from Westerville to start the first period, with senior David Li pulling one back for Academy.  Senior David Li scored in

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Inaugural Senior Night Overshadowed by Three Defeats, One Shattered Glass Pane

Senior Night’s massive student section. (Courtesy/Tan Walker/Twitter) Following their disappointing loss in the championship game of the Walter F. Ehrnfelt Memorial Tournament, the Vikes took on DeSales in their inaugural Senior Night on Friday, January 25, then Bishop Watterson on Sunday, January 27th. Senior co-captains Cole Walker and Gunnar Geiger, assistant co-captains David Li and

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