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Wrestling Displays Impressive Individual Results 

Tigran Bdoyan’22 prepares to pin opponent during Saturday’s match. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) On Saturday, January 11, eight Viking wrestlers competed in the Kevin Michael Memorial Invitational Tournament at Columbus Academy, with each athlete displaying a strong performance against tough competition. Keir Gorospe’21, Gyvnn Mendenhall’22, and Chris Sugar’21 all earned 2nd place in their weight classes. Junior

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Recent Graduates Share Advice at Alumni Panel

2019 alumni share their insights on their first semester of college. (Sarah Neltner ‘20/Media) This past Tuesday, January 7, juniors and seniors congregated in the Trustees room for an informational discussion on the adjustment to college life, moderated by senior Mike DeAscentis, and headlined by five 2019 graduates: Mira Bhasin (University of Southern California), Chris

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Jon Wagshul: From JAG Corps to College Counselor at Academy

Academy welcomes new college counselor, Jon Wagshul. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) What do Tom Cruise and Assistant Director of College Counseling, Mr. Wagshul, have in common? Besides high school roots in the northeast, they were both lawyers in the Navy JAG Corps, one in the movies, one in real life. Mr. Jon Wagshul joined our school

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Academy Places in Speech and Debate Match at Upper Arlington Tournament

Alexis Cunningham’23, seniors Kathan Reddy and Grant Hillman, and Tara Hoffman’22. (Courtesy/Alex Graham’20) Twenty-five Academy Speech and Debate students faced off against 7 schools in 4 rounds per category at Upper Arlington on Saturday, December 7. Ninth-grader Alexis Cunningham won 2nd place in Declamation. The Public Forum team of seniors Grant Hillman and Kathan Reddy

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Leadership Lunch with Sandy Doyle Ahern

Sandy Doyle Ahern. (Julia DeVore’22/Media) After Adrian Jones’ moving words the week prior, many of us were eager to hear from the next leadership lunch speaker. On Thursday, November 21, Academy students piled into the Trustees Room to hear Sandy Doyle Ahern, who did not disappoint. Ahern is the president at EMH&T, which is a

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Peer Tutoring Begins at Academy

Older and younger students working together. (Courtesy/Charlie Sabgir’20) Last spring, Charlie Sabgir’20 worked with Dean of Scheduling, Mr. Dow, to implement our first upper school’s peer-tutoring program.   Peer tutors have a greater understanding of the courses that younger students are taking, specifically in math and science.  Students must complete a google form on the day

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The MacBook Pro, Now in 16 Inches

The new/old keyboard design should overall improve user comfort. (Apple) Apple released a new 16-inch MacBook Pro on November 13, fully replacing the 15-inch MacBook Pro. Compared to its previous generation, the new MacBook Pro naturally has multiple basic upgrades. The 16” Pro comes with MacOS Catalina and all of its features, including improved security,