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May 24, 2019

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Former Paralympian Offers Optimism and Unity

(Photo/Whitney Dankworth’17) When confronted with adversity and struggle, people can choose to harbor a pessimistic outlook and traverse the road to despair to which it leads—or look at even the toughest of circumstances through a positive lens—resolving simply to fight and not allow such adversity to affect us negatively. On January 23, Mr. Jake Counts,

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Academy’s Own DJ: Andrew Leader

(Photo/Maggie McCann’17) Conga lines, crowd surfing, solo dancers in a circle. Decorations celebrated the Year of the Rooster in Academy’s new Dining Hall on Saturday, January 28. The highlight of Winter Formal’s entertainment was senior Andrew Leader as the night’s DJ. Leder’s playlist included some of his favorites such as “Bad and Boujee.” Leader also

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The Gravel Lot Has Your Back

(Photo/Chris Heerman’18) The beautiful new wings to Academy Hall bring a new and modern style to our campus. Enormous windows shed natural light into the library, lounges, and classrooms. The new arts area has provided art classes with ample space and inspiration. The greenhouse looks straight out of an English garden. All these creations came

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Inside Academy’s Dining Hall

Members of our fantastic crew are (from left) Michael Ray, Holly Auten, Stephanie Campbell, Erwin Reed, Leslie White, Rosemary White, Elaine Braisted, Lana Spaulding, Ruth Ward, David Hill and Edwin Jimenez. (Photo/Bob Lee.) We interviewed Stephanie Campbell, Lana Spaulding, and Ruth Ward for this feature. The Academy Life takes pride in showcasing the best in

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New Gym Becomes “The Mack”

(Photo/Courtesy of Bob Lee) For all Academy students, the gyms are often a place for the largest of school gatherings: pep rallies, honors assemblies, and even Commencement and Convocation on rainy days. While it is rare for all of the student and teacher body to gather, the gyms are a symbol of the Academy community

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Skunkworks Welcomes You!

Want to create something that ideally makes the world a better place that can be technology-related or not? Academy welcomes as many girls to join the current group of boys to engage in this new opportunity. Take Anders Seline and Austin Zhang’s electric skateboard for that “last mile” of transportation problem for commuters. David Barren

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