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REVIEW: Split amuses crime and horror fans alike

REVIEW: Split amuses crime and horror fans alike

Clare Tipler, RubicOnline Production Manager

February 23, 2017


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Split is a chilling movie that taps into human fears.

REVIEW: A series of unfortunate episodes

REVIEW: A series of unfortunate episodes

Andrew Johnson, The Rubicon Editor

February 5, 2017


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Netflix's Series of Unfortunate Events falls flat compared to original book series.

REVIEW: Sworkit engages mind and body, minimizes stress

REVIEW: Sworkit engages mind and body, minimizes stress

Eli Goldman, Staff Writer

February 3, 2017


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The Sworkit workout app brings hard and accessible workouts to everyday use.

REVIEW: Gluten-free restaurants offer delicious alternatives

REVIEW: Gluten-free restaurants offer delicious alternatives

Lucy Sandeen, Staff Writer

February 1, 2017


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Explore the best gluten free menus in the Twin Cities

REVIEW: Tori Ramen exceeds standards of ramen dining

REVIEW: Tori Ramen exceeds standards of ramen dining

Austin Leiby, Staff writer

January 30, 2017


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Tori Ramen is a new restaurant in St. Paul looking to give eaters a new experience.

REVIEW: Ed Sheeran surprises fans with new singles

REVIEW: Ed Sheeran surprises fans with new singles

Jonah Harrison, The Rubicon Editor

January 19, 2017


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Ed Sheeran's new and unexpected singles offer his fans newfound excitement for his upcoming album.

REVIEW: Hidden Figures highlights female brilliance in the space race

REVIEW: Hidden Figures highlights female brilliance in the space race

Lauren Boettcher, Rubiconline Chief Story Editor

January 12, 2017


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Hidden Figures eloqeuntly tells the story of three African-American women who defied racist Jim Crow laws in the 1960s and helped NASA's space program send John Glenn into orbit.

REVIEW: Thrilling novel set in Minnesota breaks stale ‘murder mystery’ mold

REVIEW: Thrilling novel set in Minnesota breaks stale ‘murder mystery’ mold

Clare Tipler, Online Production Manager

January 9, 2017


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Mindy Mejia's compelling new novel, "Everything You Want Me To Be," was a page-turning thriller.

REVIEW: Orphan Train takes viewers on a search for family

REVIEW: Orphan Train takes viewers on a search for family

Ellie Nowakowski, The Rubicon Editor

December 10, 2016


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Although the musical style sometimes detracted from the genre, the play is inspiring.

REVIEW: The Weeknd disappoints “Starboy” expectations

REVIEW: The Weeknd disappoints “Starboy” expectations

Michael Forsgren, RubicOnline Editor

December 10, 2016


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The Weeknd provides fans with a few hit songs, but fails to deliver an album as complete as "Beauty Behind the Madness."

REVIEW: Bleed For This tells truthful story of redemption

REVIEW: Bleed For This tells truthful story of redemption

Andrew Johnson, The Rubicon Editor

December 9, 2016


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Bleed For This intersperses plot twists while keeping the story line true to its real-life plot.

REVIEW: Language apps attempt to offer variety of techniques

REVIEW: Language apps attempt to offer variety of techniques

Isabel Saavedra-Weis, RubicOnline Editor

December 8, 2016


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Language apps such as Babbel, Bussu and Duolingo often a wide array of learning styles.