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“Math Meets Art” Exhibits Mutuality of 2 Disciplines

Over lunch one day in 2015, when Mr. Bolognese (Mr. B) and Mr. Mena’s were in their first year as teachers at Academy, they discussed over the relationship between math and art and how interesting it would be to show this intersection as an exhibit. Flashforward four years later and the two were hard at

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Peer Perspectives: Informative

During these past few weeks, students and teachers have been scheduling for next year. Now in its second year, students hadthe opportunity to listen to their older peers’ perspectives on classes and workloads, as well as what they wished they knew the previous year.    On Monday, March 2, and Tuesday, March 3, groups of

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GOA at CA

Spread of education world map. (Needpix) We are always searching for means to connect minds across the globe. For the 2020-2021 school year, rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible to enroll in courses through the Global Online Academy, uniting 70 schools in 15 countries. GOA offers an opportunity to thrive in a global network

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PREPARING FOR THE CORONAVIRUS

Dr. John Mafi (left) and Dr. Daniel Barnett’89 /Courtesy Dr. Mafi (University of California, Los Angeles) and Dr. Barnett (Johns Hopkins). As of March 1, a sixth American died of the coronavirus near Seattle.  Florida, New York, Oregon, California, Arizona, Utah, Texas, Nebraska, Massacushetts, Illinois, and Rhode Island have also reported new cases. As of

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COMPUTER SCIENCE’S UNO COMPETITION

(Courtesy/Emily Dennett) On Tuesday, February 25, students in the Honors Computer Science 2 and 3 classes duked it out in the Dining Hall by playing a childhood classic: Uno-or rather, the “bots” that they coded did the brawling for them. To provide some context, the HCS3 class has a unit in the second semester that

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STUDENT COUNCIL’S BURRITO BREAKFAST

(Ella Morris’22/Media) On Tuesday, February 18, our Upper School Student Council served breakfast burritos from 7:45 to 9:15 a.m. to any hungry student coming through the doors of the senior lounge. The breakfast station was intended to reduce the number of Vikings entering their first-period class with an empty stomach. Representatives Davey Agrawal’22, Ethan Kim’23,

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WHAT THE 2020 CENSUS MEANS FOR COLUMBUS ACADEMY

Alaska’s vast, sparsely settled areas, like Toksook Bay are the first to be counted in the 2020 Census. (United States Census Bureau) The United States Census operates every ten years under the aptly named Bureau of the Census to record everyone living in the country and gather important statistical information that informs decision-making at the