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The Human to Agriculture Art Gallery

The Human to Agriculture Art Gallery

Tana Ososki, Co Video Manager

April 17, 2019

Before even reaching the Art Gallery you can hear the music, and noises from the room. They almost pull you in, walking towards it you can see the beautiful display of ceramic bowls and pieces hanging from the ceiling. The OIKOSystem exhibit in the art gallery this month is beyond words. The display is ...

[TV REVIEW] Winter has arrived for “Game of Thrones” in season premiere

[TV REVIEW] Winter has arrived for “Game of Thrones” in season premiere

Michael Forsgren, Arts Critic

April 17, 2019

The opening episode of the eighth and last season of "Game of Thrones" has aired, and with it many questions answered and anticipation for more.

[ALBUM REVIEW] Anderson .Paak’s new album is a classic

[ALBUM REVIEW] Anderson .Paak’s new album is a classic

Lynn Reynolds, RubicOnline Editor

April 15, 2019

Anderson Paak's fifth album was released on Apr. 12.

[EVENT REVIEW] Jibba’s House Fashion Swap worth the price of admission

[EVENT REVIEW] Jibba’s House Fashion Swap worth the price of admission

Salah Abdulkarim, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

As well as a DJ there were a lot of vendors including a Key Master arcade game filled with sneakers, a skateboarding area, vintage clothing vendors, a food truck serving Korean food, an art vendor and limited sneaker and streetwear vendors.

[TV REVIEW] You portrays toxic relationships in the digital age

[TV REVIEW] You portrays toxic relationships in the digital age

Lizzie Kristal, The Rubicon Editor

March 15, 2019

The TV series, You, gained popularity on Netflix and depicts the dangers of public social media.

Motta and Wilgren inspire with Drake Gallery art show

Motta and Wilgren inspire with Drake Gallery art show

Maren Ostrem, The Rubicon Editor

March 13, 2019

"With All My Heart" opened on Feb. 8 and contains pieces by US Art Teacher Stefanie Motta and MS Art Teacher Cheryl Wilgren Clyne.

Tech Trends: the not so plugged in generation

Tech Trends: the not so plugged in generation

Emma Sampson, RubicOnline Editor

March 13, 2019

Consumers are backing off from purchasing the latest and greatest new technology in pursuit of less screen time.

[MOVIE REVIEW] Captain Marvel soars

[MOVIE REVIEW] Captain Marvel soars

Isabel Gisser, Production Manager

March 11, 2019

The latest addition to the MCU promotes female empowerment despite a lackluster plot.

Coffee stand hires homeless teens to combat homelessness

Coffee stand hires homeless teens to combat homelessness

Meagan Massie, Rubicon Editor

March 9, 2019

Gutter Punk Coffee employs homeless teens and helps to nurture them with practical life skills and inspiration.

The Jonas Brothers’ comeback sparks nostalgia

The Jonas Brothers’ comeback sparks nostalgia

Nitya Thakkar, Aureus Editor in Chief

March 2, 2019

After more than 5 years, the Jonas Brothers reunited to release their new single “Sucker” on March 1.

Tapping and tingling: ASMR evokes sensory responses

Tapping and tingling: ASMR evokes sensory responses

Kat St. Martin-Norburg, Opinions Editor

March 1, 2019

The term ASMR was coined back in 2010, but it wasn’t until the past couple of years that ASMR videos and the community that watches them have exploded in popularity. It’s not uncommon to find ASMR channels that have hundreds of thousands of subscribers, or videos with millions of views. ASMR stands ...

[REVIEW] Potted Potter is a fresh take on Rowling’s classic series

[REVIEW] Potted Potter is a fresh take on Rowling’s classic series

Isabel Gisser, Production Manager

March 1, 2019

The 90 minute show is the perfect blend of nostalgia, humor, and absolute chaos.