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[PHOTO GALLERY] Students enjoy glimpse of change at Schilling viewing

Mimi Geller, Director of RubicOnline

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On May 29 during X-period, students from grades 9-11 had the opportunity to take a brief tour of the Schilling Center that will open in the fall of 2018. "The ASR room looks a lot better, I'm most excited to use the new equipment here," junior Maggie Hlavka said.

From the remarkable assembly announcement to the groundbreaking ceremony, the Hugh K. Schilling Center has been a story of construction and imagination. On May 29 during X-period, however, students were finally able to go inside of the highly talked about building that will open in the fall of 2018. Students and faculty alike shared their excitement:

“I’m excited for more space for robotics and other science electives. There’s a room just for 3D printers and that kind of thing,” junior Gabriel Konar-Steenberg said.

Likewise, many teachers and specifically science teachers stood amid their soon to be teaching spaces.

“It’s amazing. The space, the equipment, all of it is pretty exciting,” US Science teacher and Science Department Chair Karissa Baker said.

It’s been over 20 months since the Schilling Center was announced to students and faculty, and the open house surely served as a stepping stone into the next school year.

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Mimi Geller, Director of RubicOnline

Mimi Geller is the Director of RubicOnline. This is her fourth year on staff. Mimi believes that high school journalism connects people by sharing their stories while documenting the spirit of a community. Mimi has additionally served as the Assistant Director of Journalism at Orca Tribe Project, a youth initiative that connects local artists in the Twin Cities and has written for The Villager Newspaper in St. Paul. Outside of journalism, Mimi is the captain of Girls Varsity Volleyball, a member of Community Action and Service and a part of Summit Singers. Mimi can be reached at rubicon.spa@gmail.com

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Ethan Dincer, Photojournalist

Ethan Dincer is the Photojournalist at RubicOnline. This is his second year taking photos for RubicOnline. Ethan affirms the importance of visual aid in journalism to enliven a story. At school, Ethan is involved in Senior Art Seminar where he is working on a photography project, Advanced Science Research and co-president of Muslim Student Alliance. Ethan can be reached at rubicon.spa@gmail.com.

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