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Boys Track Looking at MSL Games this Week

Durell Moultrie’21 finishes the 300 hurdles. (Sarah Neltner’20/Media) On Wednesday, May 1, boys track went up against Bloom Carroll in a dual meet at which they lost to the Bulldogs 81 to 41.  Despite the outcome, there were many bright spots for the Vikes at the meet.  Sam Huyghe’21, Ezra Johnson’20, and Manny Eribo’21 sprinted

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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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2016 Boys Basketball Preview

After a gut-wrenching loss to Centerburg in the second round of the playoffs last season, the CA boys basketball team is looking to erase the bad taste in its mouth with a district championship this year.

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2016 Celebration of Leadership: Interview with RJ Mitte

Following the annual Celebration of Leadership Assembly, the Academy Life Editorial Board met with RJ Mitte to discuss his experience with cerebral palsy, and career as an actor, philanthropist, and celebrity face of the #CutTheBull campaign to end bullying and provide support for children with disabilities. A condensed version of the interview lightly edited for clarity and grammar appears below. Photos

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Apple Targets Schools with iWork Update

Almost drowned in the hubbub of the iPhone 7 event was the announcement of collaboration features for Apple’s iWork software suite. The collection of productivity apps, which includes Pages, Keynote, and Numbers, will soon gain the ability to have multiple users edit a document simultaneously.

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Americans Should Value Substance Over Symbolism

Colin Kaepernick ignited a media firestorm several weeks ago when he sat down before a preseason game against the Green Bay Packers. The action itself wasn’t considered egregious. Rather-it was the timing of his sitting. The San Francisco 49ers quarterback decided to not stand during the national anthem. After the game, Kaepernick explained his reasoning: