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A big part of the new architecture of the Schilling Center includes many windows. Sophomore Will Schavee appreciates this new study area for that reason. "I like the windows a lot. Overall I like the new building a lot," Shavee said.

As students settle into their first weeks of school, the new Hugh K. Schilling Math and Science Center has become more prominent in the community. With a much more modern architectural style, the Schilling Center provides students with many places to either socialize or finish their schoolwork. Students of all grades have been flooding in, utilizing every space possible for a number of purposes. The Schilling Center offers more, though. Instead of solely being used as a study area, the Schilling Center offers a chance for community building and interaction between peers. This new math and science center has created many new forms studying and socializing, and students are sure to continue using the Schilling Center.

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Michael Forsgren, Arts Critic

Michael Forsgren is the Arts Critics on the RubicOnline staff. This is his fourth year on staff. Michael loves multimedia journalism and innovative journalism. Developing his ideas of journalism through social media working as the Social Media Manager in his junior year, he realized his future lay in new branches of RubicOnline. Moving to the A&E section, he has assumed the role as the Arts Critic of RubicOnline, due to his passion for review and arts writing. Along with assuming a new position, Forsgren is starting a podcast as well for RubicOnline. Outside of journalism, Michael serves as a senior captain for the Boys Varsity Soccer team, as well as being a Junior Varsity hockey player for the Spartans.

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