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Boys Golf  Stays Steady in Season Wrap-Up

The boys golf team faced Grandview and Wellington at the Columbus Country Club on Tuesday, September 13.  The Vikes had a 165 as a team, led by Stephen M. with a 31, then Jack W. with a 43, followed by Matthew F. with a 44.  Featured in The Columbus Dispatch on September 14, Academy’s own


REVIEW: There Will Be Blood: Greed at its worst

(Pixabay) Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, There Will Be Blood is a historical drama that follows oilman Daniel Plainview in his ruthless pursuit of wealth. Set in the 1910 during the California oil boom, the film depicts the early-days of an industry where anything is fair game. Plainview schemes early on, buying and drilling land

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Why Don’t We’s TGTATBO

(Wikimedia Commons) Released on January 15, 2021, Why Don’t We’s “The Good Times And The Bad Ones” has 10 songs and is available on all music streaming platforms and show much this band grown in its 5 years of writing and releasing 2 albums, 5 EP’s, and 13 singles.  “The Good Times And The Bad


Boys Soccer Notches Two More Victories, Nets One Loss

Senior Jared Kass. (Josh Tu’21) Fresh off a critical win against Whitehall and looking to add another, our boys soccer team faced Bishop Hartley on Saturday, September 26. Both teams had scoring opportunities in the first half, with goalie Luke Budzik’21 saving multiple shots. Academy controlled the pace of the game throughout the first half,


Update: Girls Track Places 2nd at Regionals

Kiersten Thomassey’20 in the lead. (Staff photo) Girls track was second in the region as a team, and Annalise Grammel placed third in the 800. The top four in each event move on to states. Hannah Clay also placed third, while the 4-by-800 of Regan Cornelius, Grammel, Mary Kate Prall, and Maddie Tuckerman got second. 

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The Evolution of Academy’s Junior Speech

Every Thursday is an important day for at least three juniors at Columbus Academy. Sophomores realize that it will soon be their turn to speak in front of 400 people, and freshmen push the thought aside, as they have two years until their speech dates. What we now call the “Junior Speech” officially began in