• 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

All Square promotes forgiveness while serving up grilled cheese

All Square promotes forgiveness while serving up grilled cheese

Kelby Wittenberg, RubicOnline Editor

December 13, 2018


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, REVIEWS

All Square serves exceptional grilled cheese cooked up by former convicts, in an attempt to give people with criminal history a second chance.

SPA THINKS: Is a hot dog a sandwich?

SPA THINKS: Is a hot dog a sandwich?

Kelby Wittenberg, RubicOnline Editor

October 16, 2018


Filed under OPINION

Students were asked if they thought hot dogs were sandwiches in response to Tuesday's blue sheet question.

[FOOD REVIEW] The Hi-Lo Diner gets a Hi-score

[FOOD REVIEW] The Hi-Lo Diner gets a Hi-score

Rylan Hefner, Staff Writer

March 14, 2018


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, REVIEWS

One appetizer, three entrees and one Hi-Top, came to $65. It was plenty of food for three people with lots of leftovers.

Authentic restaurants and ethnic tastes in the Twin Cities

Authentic restaurants and ethnic tastes in the Twin Cities

Claire Hallaway and Chloe Morse

March 10, 2018


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Rainbow and Zait and Za'atar are two restaurants in the twin cities that serve quick and delicious food.

Food is fuel: eat right to power the brain

Food is fuel: eat right to power the brain

Liv Larsen, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017


Filed under FEATURE

Eating a nutritious diet improves physical health, but certain foods also provide benefits to the brain.

[FOOD REVIEW] The Naughty Greek offers authentic, comforting eats

[FOOD REVIEW] The Naughty Greek offers authentic, comforting eats

Ellie Findell, RubicOnline Production Manager

November 7, 2017


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, REVIEWS

The Naughty, in the former Cupcake Snelling location, delivers authentic and comforting classic greek dishes by employees that truly care about their customers.

Blue Plate restaurants offer staple fare for the Twin Cities community

Blue Plate restaurants offer staple fare for the Twin Cities community

Annie Bottern, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Twin Cities Blue Plate restaurants offer unique dining experiences for every taste.

REVIEW: Tori Ramen exceeds standards of ramen dining

REVIEW: Tori Ramen exceeds standards of ramen dining

Austin Leiby, Staff writer

January 30, 2017


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, REVIEWS

Tori Ramen is a new restaurant in St. Paul looking to give eaters a new experience.

Colossal Cafe proves affordable and delectable

Colossal Cafe proves affordable and delectable

Ellie Findell, Staff Writer

March 18, 2016


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, RECENT STORIES, REVIEWS

Delicious options such as apple,walnut, and brie flappers make the Colossal Cafe, a perfect brunch spot.

Finding the best fast food restaurant

Finding the best fast food restaurant

Marlee Baron, Staff Writer

April 1, 2015


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, REVIEWS, TOP STORIES

Finding something cheap to eat on the way home is easy, with a fast food chain every mile, but which one has the best food?

Deciding between Punch and Pieology pizzas

Deciding between Punch and Pieology pizzas

Dianne Caravela, Staff Writer

March 20, 2015


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, REVIEWS, TOP STORIES

When it comes to pizza, the Twin Cities are full of options. For years, the classic Neapolitan, oven fired pizza Punch Pizza in Highland Park offers has been the go-to restaurant for many St. Paul Academy and Summit School students. But with the opening of the new Pieology Pizzeria in Highland, has Punch met its match?

Food Review: Soylent keeps its promises—plain, but effective

Food Review: Soylent keeps its promises—plain, but effective

Paul Watkins, Science & Technology Editor

January 1, 2015


Filed under FEATURE

When something promises to "revolutionize" anything, people are usually skeptical - and rightfully so. Education was thought to be revolutionized with the advent of radio, television, computers, and the internet. All have failed, as seen by the fact that the overwhelming majority of people still learn...