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Crime and Punishment Still Stands the Test of Time

(Flickr) Crime and Punishment, written by Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky in 1866, remains a classic in literature, and rightfully so. Set in St.Petersburg, the novel introduces Rodion Romanovich Raskolnikov, an impoverished law student struggling to pay for his studies. He devises a plan to murder and rob a pawnbroker for her money. Leading up to the

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“Never Have I Ever” Seen a Show Like This

(PopBuzz) In 2020, Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher’s Netflix comedy hit landed at #1 on the streaming site. Narrated by former tennis champion, John McEnroe, with actor Andy Samberg and model Gigi Hadid, the writers loosely adapted this story from her childhood experiences as a first-generation Indian American girl. After her father’s sudden death, Devi

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Movie Review: Don’t Look Up

(Flickr) Two astronomers discover a comet is heading straight for earth with the ability to destroy the world earth in six months.  This movie felt more like a wake up call, showing how much we need to see the consequences of our actions and put our differences aside for the better of the community. Before

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Cradle Series: Magic Meets Martial Arts

(Flickr) Will Wight’s series of The Cradle, set in a medieval-style tale of a magical martial arts world, is inspired by Korean and Chinese mythology and the xianxia (Chinese fantasy) genre. It follows the story of Wei Shi Lindon, a powerless member of the Wei clan, who turns his life around after a heavenly messenger

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Academy’s K-12 Student Art Exhibit Returns for a Fifth Year

(Ashley Tu/Staff) Academy’s  Art department installed the K-12 Student Art Exhibit over Thanksgiving break on Morris Hall’s second floor.  As soon as you step into the gallery, a profusion of creativity invites you to take a step forward and analyze each piece. Over 100  artworks fill up the walls, including oil paintings, portraits, graphic design

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Academy’s Choir Returns to the Stage

Camerata singing “The Lake” (Photo by Ashley Tu) On the night of November 10, harmonious singing filled Schoedinger Theater as Columbus Academy hosted its first indoor choral concert since Fall of 2019. During the 2020-2021 school year, the choir was only able to perform on the quad due to Covid-19 safety measures implemented by the

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The Dining Room: Fall Play

On Monday, October 25 during assembly, the theater department staged a teaser for The Dining Room, this weekend’s fall play on October 29 – 30. The play is a series of scenes that take place in a dining room and explores the history of America and how this room was a part of the history.

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Audience of 1: Healing Power of Snack Bags

(Henry Rubey/Media) While upper school students had a half and then a full day off on October 21 and 22 because of parent-teacher conferences, the Upper School Art Department was busy installing the new “Audience of 1” art exhibit on the second floor of the Morris Hall Art Building. Today, 102 brown paper snack bags

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Last Call for Morris Hall Art Exhibit

Kevin Colon’s “Overwhelmed” (Ashley Tu) The Accessible Expression Ohio Art Exhibit loaned by Creative Expressions, located on the second floor in Morris Hall came to a close on Monday, October 4 after having been displayed since the start of the 2021 school year. This exhibit travels statewide, visiting a wide array of local galleries and

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Shadow and Bone: The Grishaverse Comes to Life

If you are looking for another a fast-paced and high-fantasy series binge, Netflix’s Shadow and Bone is worth the watch.  The series follows an orphan, Alina (Jessie Mei Li), as she discovers she is a sun summoner, the first of her kind, which allows her to potentially destroy “the fold,” a dangerous and monster-ridden area