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Our School Must Foster Inclusivity and 6/7 is the Place to Start

Our School Must Foster Inclusivity and 6/7 is the Place to Start

Krish Mahto '29 and Julian Hu '29 November 27, 2023

The Academy’s community seems perfect, luring many students to its prestigious campus. We were no exception and saw the Academy as an opportunity for educational growth and freedom from discrimination....

Tanaya Winder speaking to the Academy student body.

Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2023

Akilan Sankaran '25, Writer October 16, 2023

Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebrates the contributions of Native American communities to the development of the United States, while simultaneously acknowledging the horrific policies of the United States'...

6-7 Take on RULER

6-7 Take on RULER

Kashvi Rai '28 and Bea Busby '28 April 13, 2023

This school year, 6-7 students have been introduced to Albuquerque Academy’s new social-emotional learning (SEL) program, RULER. On almost every day 4, students meet up with their families to try new...

How to Lose an Academy Guy in 10 Days

How to Lose an Academy Guy in 10 Days

Sophia Liem '23, DEI Coordinator November 3, 2022

How do you lose an Academy guy in ten days? The typical Academy guy likes sporty girls. So, if you really wanna lose him fast, stop wearing Lululemon! Another thing is to remember to walk slowly. Academy...

Students Deserve to be Included in Community Decisions

Students Deserve to be Included in Community Decisions

Uzair Hammad '24, Editor in Chief April 20, 2022

Over the past two years, Albuquerque Academy’s administration has unveiled many important changes. Some were necessarily implemented as the school grappled with confronting COVID and keeping students...

From Beachball Ballet to the greatest hits of 1910, 10-12 teachers strut their stuff.  Original Art by Ell Bueno 24

Faculty Shine!

Kaeli Kampschmidt '23, School and Local Editor April 14, 2022

The Faculty Shine finally happened on Monday, April 11th at common time for the 10-12 Division! Perhaps you read my first article published on April Fool’s Day that previewed the event, or perhaps you...

An overview of the Common Grounds Cafe.

The Common Grounds: A Café Review

Delaney Wagner '27, Writer February 2, 2022

Common Grounds has been a new thing for all of us. Whether you didn’t get to eat breakfast, or you have some time to hang out after school, the cafe is a cool place.  Since there was a lot of buzz in...

Essential Winter Albums

Essential Winter Albums

William Weinstein '23, Writer, Journalism Class 2022-2023 January 26, 2022

Nebraska, Bruce Springsteen: This is the quintessential winter album. An anomaly for Springsteen, it is stripped-down, dark, and haunting. Originally recorded as demos to be later played with the E-Street...

Dear Admin, Its Time to Address the Dress Code

Dear Admin, It’s Time to Address the Dress Code

Sophia Liem '23, DEI Coordinator November 12, 2021

Is showing your shoulder a crime? After a year of online school, we all have questions about the explosion of rules we were acquainted with at the beginning of the year. While it differs in each division,...

Judge Raymond Lohier Inspires Justice Through Empathy

Judge Raymond Lohier Inspires Justice Through Empathy

Kira Small November 12, 2021

Judge Raymond Lohier of the United States Court of Appeals of the Second Circuit shakes my hand, his smile apparent even from behind his mask. He’s a former lawyer and longtime civil rights advocate...

Peter Levin 11

Welcoming the New Teachers To AA

Sowmya Sankaran '27, Writer October 19, 2021

One of the new faces on campus is Peter Levin ‘11 a current member of the Teaching Fellows program teaching 7th grade science. Before coming to AA, he taught pre-school and outdoor education, so this...

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