• The next senior speeches will take place on January 18, with speakers Preston Fares, Emily Schlinger, and Annie Kristal

  • The winter student art reception will take place this Friday, January 11, from 3-4:30 PM

  • The first part of senior retreat will take place on Friday, January 11, from 8:00-11:25 AM

The Rubicon

[STREET STYLE] Bright colors carry students through end of semester

[STREET STYLE] Bright colors carry students through end of semester

Quinn Christensen, Chief Visual Editor

December 15, 2018


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Even on cloudy days, students fight the winter doldrums with bright hues.

Fabletics sells affordable, high quality athleisure

Fabletics sells affordable, high quality athleisure

Lizzie Kristal, Staff Writer

March 20, 2018


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The in-store shop at the Mall of America has a positive and welcoming energy.

Feet-ured: socks and sandals promote fashionable self-expression

Feet-ured: socks and sandals promote fashionable self-expression

Flannery Enneking-Norton, RubicOnline Editor

March 8, 2018


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Students weigh in on the trend of pairing socks with sandals.

STREET STYLE: Sweaters weather the weather

STREET STYLE: Sweaters weather the weather

Jenny Sogin, The Rubicon Editor

December 7, 2017


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Sweater weather has officially begun. Students at St. Paul Academy continue to express themselves through their clothing while still staying warm.

STREET STYLE: Muted colors reflect end of fall

STREET STYLE: Muted colors reflect end of fall

Chloe Morse, Feature Editor

November 13, 2017


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

With boots replacing sandals and tights and long sleeves tucked under sweaters, fashion moves to shades of black, white, and fall.

NY Fashion Week is the intersection of controversy and history making

NY Fashion Week is the intersection of controversy and history making

Isabel Saavedra-Weis, RubicOnline Editor

September 23, 2016


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Racial controversies and body positivity take New York Fashion Week by storm.

SPA’s got style: introducing street style from the school hallways

SPA’s got style: introducing street style from the school hallways

Mari Knudson, The Rubicon Editor

September 10, 2016


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Students express themselves through fashion, whether aligning their wardrobes with new trends or sticking to their own personal preferences.

Students share their shoes

Students share their shoes

Dianne Caravela, Feature Editor

January 6, 2016


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Shoes are meant to be durable and comfortable for some but, for others, shoes are a central fashion accessory in any outfit.

Q&A: Alumna Louise Parker ’08 shares her experiences as a high fashion model

Q&A: Alumna Louise Parker ’08 shares her experiences as a high fashion model

Boraan Abdulkarim, Chief Visual Editor

March 9, 2015


Filed under FEATURE, TOP STORIES

Former The Rubicon staff photographer and SPA alumna Louise Parker shares her story about becoming a model and how it is now.

From the Runway to the Hallway: Six easily wearable fall 2014 trends

From the Runway to the Hallway: Six easily wearable fall 2014 trends

Boraan Abdularim, Chief Visual Editor

October 14, 2014


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

1. Knit sweaters Already an easy, warm and comfortable option for students to slip on in the mornings, knit sweaters aren't a trend per se, but rather an essential  wardrobe item. However, this season, knit sweaters and even pants made their way to the runways of Chloé, Marc Jacobs, Céline, and...

Students dress for the weather

Students dress for the weather

Boraan Abdulkarim, Cover Story Editor

April 30, 2014


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Heading out the door in the morning, St. Paul Academy students are not only prepared for an assortment of quizzes and essays, but a wide variety of weather possibilities, ranging from blizzards to sunshine to rain, all within a week. Among many, spring dresses or even just t-shirts are covered up with...