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Jump with Heart

Seniors spin jump rope for their kindergarten buddies. (Courtesy/Jeremy Morgan) We are never too young to care for our hearts. On Tuesday, February 11, kindergarteners paired up with their senior buddies in the new field house for an afternoon of recreation. As February contains Valentine’s Day and is the month of heart awareness, it seemed

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Regan Cornelius: State Player of the Year

(Photo/Mr. L’Hommedieu. Edited by Josh Tu’22/Staff) On January 29, 2019, MAX Field Hockey announced its state-player honorees. Among them was junior Regan Cornelius, recognized as Ohio Player of the Year.  Before the 2019-2020 fall season, Cornelius was also named the state’s preseason player of the year.  In her high school career, Cornelius is a three-time

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Art Students Visit Chicago 

Cloud Gate, an iconic Chicago landmark and art piece. (Carolyn Vaziri ’22/Co-editor-in-chief) On Saturday, February 15, a group of upper school students and several of our faculty set out early on Columbus Academy’s inaugural Chicago Art Trip organized by the Fine Arts Department.  The first agenda item for the sightseers after arriving in the city

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GPT-2: A Wild Card of an AI

AI Dungeon, a silly text adventure generator, is perhaps the most well known application of GPT-2. (James Cao’20/Tech editor) Back in February 2019, a research lab called OpenAI announced it had created a powerful machine learning, text-generating system called Generative Pre-trained Transformer-2 (GPT-2). Fearing of misuse, OpenAI didn’t release its full version to the public

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CA Internship Applications Coming to a Close

Internship applications close on Wednesday, February 12. (Courtesy/ US Air Force) For the third straight year, upper school students can participate in the Columbus Academy Internship Program. Founded in 2018 by Jennifer Conti, the program continues to grow. This year students will have the chance to choose from 45 different positions, ranging from botany to

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English Department’s Blast from the Past

Dr. Morris types a quote on his Olympia. (Sarah Neltner’20/Media) After its invention in 1867, the typewriter was revolutionary for writers all across the world and made the creation of documents more efficient, and in turn, it became widely popular.  As more advanced technology began to emerge in the 1980s, these machines became things of

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Winter Formal’s Wild “Jungle Jam”

  Ready to Jam. (Liesel Goldfarb’22/Media)   Judging by the 2020 CA Winter Formal Instagram page, which featured creative quizzes and hilarious geography-themed interviews conducted by resident expert Anay Reddy ’20 in weeks leading up to the dance, this year’s Winfo Committee stayed up until nearly midnight prepping the night before the dance, only to

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Service Board Honors our Faculty & Staff

Ms. Sneeringer enjoys Servive Board’s beautiful food display. (Sarah Neltner ‘20/ Media) On Wednesday, February 3, the Service Board hosted its annual Faculty & Staff Appreciation Day in gratitude to the dedication of our school’s staff, educators, administrators, security, and kitchen and maintenance teams.  This year’s celebration was organized and executed by Ms. Bening, Ms.

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Chinese New Year Assembly: The Year of the Rat

The students enrolled in Chinese perform the fan dance during Mondays Chinese New Year assembly. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) From January 25 to February 8, Chinese families around the world are ushering in the Year of the Rat with traditional red envelopes, festivals, and extravagant meals. The Rat represents vitality and intelligence, both good omens for the coming year. On

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Winter Pep Rally Hosts Canine Performers

Middle schoolers eager to test dog’s ability to catch and dunk a basket. (Charlie Belford’22/Media)  As students and faculty filed into “The Mack” on Friday, January 31, the curious sight of foam mats and a miniature basketball hoop at the center made everyone wonder what the Upper School Student Council had in store for its