• German exchange students arrive Sept. 22 and depart Oct. 7 and a special assembly will be held in The Huss Auditorium Sept. 23
  • Spanish exchange students arrived Sept. 14 and depart Sept. 25.
  • Senior speeches on 10/1: Henry Vlietstra, Jack Guinan, Ryan Strobel, and Quinn Appert

The Rubicon

[BOOK REVIEW] Multigenre mystery makes Where the Crawdads Sing remarkable

[BOOK REVIEW] Multigenre mystery makes Where the Crawdads Sing remarkable

Elizabeth Trevathan, Staff Writer

April 24, 2019

Through a careful mix of specific details, simple logistics, and poetic details, Owens drags the reader into the marsh with her.

[BOOK REVIEW] Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

[BOOK REVIEW] Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

Breandan Gibbons, The Rubicon TV: Executive Producer

May 3, 2018

In his book, Things That Make White People Uncomfortable, Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Michael Bennett challenges fears and tries to start a conversation for change.

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

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

Rauch reviews The Amulet of Samarkand, a book for fans of fantasy

Rauch reviews The Amulet of Samarkand, a book for fans of fantasy

Noor Qureishy, Student Life Editor

January 21, 2015

Junior Tessa Rauch describes The Amulet of Samarkand by Jonathan Stroud as a refreshingly fantastical story that strays from popular teen fiction.