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Academy Hosts 4th Annual OJCL Fall Forum

OJCL Fall Forum attendees play a competitive game of ultimate frisbee. (Carolyn Zhang’20)   On Saturday, October 12, Latin students across Ohio attended the 4th annual Ohio Junior Classical League (OJCL) Fall Forum, an all-day exploration of the Latin language hosted by Columbus Academy.  This event was planned for months in advance by the OJCL

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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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Spectacular: Orchestra Concert

Upper School Orchestra plays with experience. (Riley Hennessy’20/Media) The Orchestra Concert on Wednesday, May 1, was the culmination of all the hard work the middle and upper school orchestra members have put in this school year. The 6th grade orchestra group kicked off the night with a piece written by Béla Bartók, a prominent Hungarian

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Summer Opportunities for Students: Update on the Academy’s Internship Program

Attendees at Academy’s Internship Workshop received many tips and resources. (Carolyn Zhang’20/Staff) On Thursday, February 28, Columbus Academy’s Director of Internships, Jennifer Conti, hosted a workshop for upper school students who are looking to participate in the new internship program. Students learned about the benefits of an internship, interview etiquette, how to write a resume,

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Franklinton’s Gravity: Who Gets in, Who Does Not

Rendering of Gravity when it opens this spring. (gravityproject.com)   The landscape of Franklinton District has changed drastically in just the past year due to the rise of some major revitalization projects, including the Scioto Peninsula Development’s new Veterans Memorial and COSI’S 6.5 acre park, with an underground parking lot.   More recently, Gravity, a $70 million

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Columbus Lantern Exhibition: Dragon Lights

Larger-than-life lanterns. (Carolyn Zhang’20/A&E editor)   From now until January 6, 2019, the international touring exhibit, Dragon Lights, will be on display in the Natural Resources Park at the Ohio Expo Center. Presented by Tianyu Arts & Culture Inc., Dragon Lights features large, illuminated Chinese lanterns made by artisans from Zigong, Sichuan, described as “China’s

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