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The Profound Impact of the Food Drive

Carson James and Eliora Teferi cut tape for their canned foodbox (Milana Biswas/Staff) Community service is an important aspect of our Columbus Academy values, for it allows us to reflect on the ways that we help those outside of our walls. Following the half day on Thursday, October 13, over 15 upper school students devoted

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GSA and the LGBTQ+ Affinity Groups

Working on the sticker table (Julia DeVore/News) On October 11, 1987, a march with over half-a-million participants commenced in Washington D.C. for Lesbian and Gay Rights. In the following months, members of the LGBTQ+ community gathered in D.C. and created a day to celebrate coming out beginning on October 11, 1988, the one year anniversary

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Help Serve Service Board’s Food Drive

Help your neighbors enjoy the holidays by giving items posted on the flyer. (Courtesy/Service Board) While US students are fortunate to dine on plentiful options every school day during lunch, there are approximately 400,000 people in Franklin County who aren’t as blessed. According to the Helping Eastside And Reynoldsburg Thrive (HEART) website, 25% of Franklin

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Advisory Challenges Show Creativity Lies in Collaboration

Morris Advisory works together to paint a Romanesque “Dr. Morris” (Ashley Tu) Upper School students gathered outside Morris Hall on October 5 for an advisory paint-off in preparation for Columbus Academy’s 2021 Homecoming Dance. Since this year’s homecoming theme is Rome, advisories were challenged with crafting their own unique portraits of their advisors in romanesque

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X-C Places despite Changes

Caitlynn Hinds and Elliot Schehl at Whithall’s MSL meet. (Courtesy/X-C Parents) Cooler temperatures set in on Saturday, October 16 at Whitehall-Yearling’s MSL meet, with our girls placing 2nd and the boys in 5th. “We have enough girls for a team, and we’re an extremely competitive team that has a chance of going to states,” said

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Service by Apple Picking

Dreary weather did not stop the fun for Academy students and families who picked apples for local food banks. (Courtesy/Bri Roberts) As temperatures begin to cool in October, fall activities like apple picking rise to the forefront of people’s minds.  On Sunday, October 3, CA families ventured to Lynd Fruit Farm to pick apples as

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Charlie David Dinner: 39 Years Strong

(Charlie Belford & Liesel Goldfarb/Meda) The Charlie David Dinner, a fundraiser fo our 66 sports teams is a beloved Academy tradition and one of the most popular nights of the year. Instead of gathering in the dining hall for the usual barbeque dinner, Academy hosted an outdoor event with a number of food trucks, including