Category Archives: Columbus School for Girls

Engaging, Riveting And Intriguing: Appeal Terms For Lunch With “The Longest Chapter”

Gone are the days when a Columbus School for Girls lunch meant a family-style serving of sausage, corn, applesauce and Parker House rolls. Recently, I gobbled up a tasty midday meal featuring creamy tomato soup served in a cobalt-blue melamine … Continue reading

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Forget Thee, Dr. Rogers? No!

It was July 2008, and I was having a really rough time.  For encouragement, I carried around two emails I had just received that made me feel better whenever I read them. One was from Dubliner. The other was from … Continue reading

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How Well Do You Know The Blonde Bomber From Scioto?

Did you know that I’m a golfer? I didn’t think so. This well-kept secret got its start in the summer of 1984, when this rising high-school sophomore took golf during two sessions of summer school at Columbus School for Girls. … Continue reading

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It’s Been Thirty Years Since I Graduated From Columbus School For Girls, So It’s Time For A Reunion!

“Get ready – you’re going to see some train wrecks,” The Incredible Dave warned. “Drink some Unicorn Blood coffee before you go.” Such was my send-off on the eve of my reunion with my Columbus School for Girls classmates to … Continue reading

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What Would Martius Have Worn If I Had Been A Fourth-Grader In Prague?

Becoming a fourth-grader at Columbus School for Girls was a big deal, mostly because of the legendary teacher who presided over the classroom at the end of the hall. From 1963 until her retirement in the early 1990s, Dorothy Sehring … Continue reading

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