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The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

Seniors Nina Starchook and Kat Bragg get ready to design their respective club boards.
Bulletin Board Contest initiates friendly club rivalries
News in Brief September 17, 2021
Empty clubs and groups boards will be filled with information (and competitive spirit) starting this week.
Once the U.S. began removing troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban took the opportunity to take over. Taliban military vehicles were seen in the streets and a Taliban flag was raised above the presidential palace.
The Afghanistan Occupation Ends After 20 Years
Elizabeth Trevathan, Co-Director of Rubionline • September 17, 2021
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For student-athletes, life can be a bit of a whirlwind. Balancing classes, homework, practice, and games is a lot to handle. Sometimes in the craziness of it all, physical health gets put on the back burner. That’s where Anne Hutchins comes in.
New athletic trainer Anne Hutchins emphasizes importance of hydration, nutrition, and sleep
Eliana Mann, RubicOnline • September 15, 2021
As a student-athlete in high school, Hutchins knows the value in having kids involved in sports.
“We use the playlist to get focused and it also helps hype us up so we can have lots of energy in the game,” said Heidi Deuel
[SPOTIFY PLAYLIST] Spartan GVS brings in the wins with hip hop, pop
Zekiah Juliusson, RubicOnline • September 14, 2021
The GVS playlist creates a sound mix that pumps up the team before each game.
Solvej Eversoll jumps up for a spike.
Volleyball falls to Providence Academy; looks forward to rest of season
Clara McKoy, RubicOnline • September 14, 2021
On Sept. 10, Spartan Varsity Volleyball played a heated second game of the season.
Sophomore Orion Kim receives the ball and dribbles up the field.
Boys Varsity Soccer shifts the balance in their rivalry with Rochester Lourdes
Ivy Raya, RubicOnline • September 8, 2021
Boys varsity soccer end their first home game against the Rochester Lourdes with a well deserved win.
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Bollinger Danielson said, “It felt like the U.S. was telling [Afghanistans] to fend for themselves.”
The U.S. Occupation Of Afghanistan
Zadie Martin, News Editor • September 17, 2021
After 20 years of military presence in Afghanistan, the U.S. troops, citizens, and allies evacuated the country starting mid-August. Refugees fly to the U.S. from temporary sanctuaries near their former Taliban controlled home. The U.S. started something they couldn't finish.
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Junior Lucy Murray had been searching for a summer job when the puzzle pieces fell in place. “I discovered Urban Village through one of my friends, Ali Browne," Murray said. "She had been working there for a while and I mentioned that I needed a job, and she talked to the four women who own Urban Village and recommended me.”
Murray's salon job inspires female entrepreneurship
Clara McKoy, RubicOnline • September 14, 2021
Urban Village SalonSpa is built on the idea that there's unique beauty in women owned business.
Kate Jacobs assisting setting up the finish line for the Women Run In the Cities marathon. Jacobs had helped the runners for a morning.
[COMMUNITY SERVICE SPOTLIGHT] Jacobs volunteers to fight food insecurity
Zadie Martin, News Editor • September 9, 2021
Sophomore Kate Jacobs has already completed the required service hours for 10th grade and she keeps going back for more.
Junior Andrea Gist speaks 3 languages, and uses them all throughout her daily life.
Gist utilizes language fluency in school and home
Alexandra Cardwell, RubicOnline • September 8, 2021
Gist speaks English most frequently, because of school and all of her various after-school activities. However, Gist said, “when I get home, I mostly speak Mandarin with my mom because she's Taiwanese.”
New Faculty Features: English Language Arts
New Faculty Features: English Language Arts
September 6, 2021
Meet incoming US English teachers Julia Callander, Akie Kutsunai and Jacqueline Wigfall.
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A&E
Shang Chi and the Legend of the Seven Rings hit theaters on Sept. 3. In its second weekend, it grossed 38.5 million, holding onto the top spot for box office.
[MOVIE REVIEW] Marvel combines martial arts, superheroes in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
Kevin Chen, RubicOnline • September 11, 2021
Marvel's latest movie does not disappoint with action-packed scenes featuring lead actor Simu Liu.
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Seniors learn from their 9-12 experience and use "We have been in your shoes" to impart the wisdom they
[CLASS OF 22] Seniors give advice on making the grade
Zekiah Juliusson, RubicOnline • September 15, 2021
Seniors know what they've done (or would have done) to make upper school a productive four years.
Spartan Sports: Upcoming Games
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St. Cloud Tech, St. Paul Harding, S
Sep 18 /10:00 a.m. / Volleyball
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Cretin-Derham
Sep 20 /4:30 PM / Girls Tennis
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Minnehaha Academy
Sep 20 /7:00 p.m. / Volleyball
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New Life Academy of Woodbury
Sep 21 /4:30 p.m. / Girls Tennis
Remembering 9/11 with SPA students
Ivy Raya, Tommy Verhey, and Zadie Martin September 11, 2021
In memory of the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
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