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The Rubicon

Ninth graders successfully petition for study hall release

Ninth graders successfully petition for study hall release

Mason Brooks, Staff Writer

May 9, 2019

Ninth graders Sophie Cullen and Olivia Szaj petititioned for free study halls, and the class is grateful.

Library showcases LGBTQ+ history month through diverse literature

Library showcases LGBTQ+ history month through diverse literature

Sam Hanson, RubicOnline Editor

October 31, 2018

The library highlights LGBTQ+ diversity in its October book display.

Día de Los Muertos honors Latin American tradition

Día de Los Muertos honors Latin American tradition

Evelyn Lillemoe, The Rubicon Editor

October 30, 2018

The members of Latinos Unidos bring Día de Los Muertos traditions to the Upper School.

With finals coming up, quiet study spaces will be essential

With finals coming up, quiet study spaces will be essential

Eli Goldman, Staff Writer

June 1, 2017

Moving some of the 4 person tables into the upper library would help create spaces for quiet collaboration.

PHOTO STORY: Faces In Spaces

PHOTO STORY: Faces In Spaces

Kelby Wittenberg, Photojournalist

April 11, 2017

Why do students use the spaces they do?

Local libraries remain prevalent for student research

Local libraries remain prevalent for student research

Kat St. Martin-Norburg, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017

The resources of three different Twin Cities libraries offer students an alternative to online research.

Library spaces too small, impractical

Library spaces too small, impractical

Web Lehmann, Videographer

September 27, 2016

The library, traditionally a popular study space, is losing students due to a lack of space.

Are the benches an upgrade for sophomores?

Are the benches an upgrade for sophomores?

Javier Whitaker-Castaneda, Cover Story Editor

October 13, 2014

Every year in school brings new responsibilities as well as new privileges . With sophomore year comes the switch from congregating in library to the benches, but is it an upgrade or a discomfort? Some sophomores really appreciate the privilege of the benches viewing it mostly as a social area. “I...

Library assistant Vicki Janisch-Tri brings joy to students and the community

Library assistant Vicki Janisch-Tri brings joy to students and the community

Katrina Hilton, Sports Editor

November 21, 2013

Vicki Janisch-Tri, also known as Ms. J-T, is a familiar face for many St. Paul Academy and Summit School students. Stationed at her desk in the Lower Library, library assistant Janisch-Tri is there every day of the week with a smile on her face. “I think she’s really nice. She always helps me find my...

New Digital Humanities and the Archive senior elective will examine school’s history

Laura Slade, A&E Editor

May 13, 2013

Upper School librarian Kate Brooks will be taking on a role in the history department for the 2013-14 school year. Brooks will be pioneering the Digital Humanities and the Archive senior spring elective. In this class students will visit the St. Paul Academy and Summit School archive at the Lower Scho...