The Rubicon

Kat St. Martin-Norburg
Kat St. Martin-Norburg is a senior and is excited for her third year on staff. This year she is the Opinions Editor and looks forward to taking the Opinions section in a new direction. She previously served as the News Editor. Outside of school she enjoys taking photos of the Twin Cities and making documentaries covering local stories and businesses. She spends a lot of her summers organizing on various local political campaigns and is especially interested in public policy, politics, and student activism and the effects of it on the SPA community. She can be reached at rubicon.spa@gmail.com

Kat St. Martin-Norburg, Opinions Editor

Jun 01, 2018
Commencement will feature keynote speaker Dr. Karine Moe (Story)
Jun 08, 2018
Activism needs to continue into summer (Media)
May 22, 2018
Missed Art-a-Whirl? Here’s a summary and guide for next year (Story/Media)
Mar 07, 2018
Truman reflects on biggest takeaways from year in Spain (Story)
Feb 08, 2018
Ladenburger exchanges memories, experiences while in Minnesota (Story)
Jan 26, 2018
Muslim Student Alliance speakers recount experiences with hijab (Media)
Jan 08, 2018
Fall semester art work showcased in winter student show (Story)
Nov 24, 2017
The birth control pill: fighting assumptions against medical prescriptions (Story)
Nov 15, 2017
Streble showcases snapshots of strangers’ stories (Story)
Nov 03, 2017
Music to his ears: Dincer finds creative outlet in bassoon  (Story/Media)
Oct 25, 2017
Season Standouts (Story/Media)
Oct 09, 2017
Elaina Parsons talks dog agility (Story/Media)
Sep 27, 2017
Infirmary relocates just down the hall, renovated with upgrades (Media)
Sep 26, 2017
SADD Speaker: Q&A with Malik Mitchell (Story)
Sep 11, 2017
Naya Tadavarthy continues lifelong commitment to circus (Story)
Jun 06, 2017
Redefine diversity: school climate fosters inclusivity (Story)
Apr 01, 2017
Boys Varsity Tennis aims for State (Story)
Mar 02, 2017
Part 1 of 2: Should teachers share political opinions in classrooms? (Story)
Feb 02, 2017
Local libraries remain prevalent for student research (Story/Media)