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The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

AT THE END OF THE LINE. Lunch lines are especially long this year. In attempts to shorten the line, modifications are made, occasionally switching between two lunch lines or one line. Not many differences are noticable. C3 member Andy Allen marks it up to miscommunication. The US (Upper School) administration is not entirely aware of there only being one lunch line, instead of the two that we have been accustomed to, Allen said.
C3 seeks to address lunch line budging
Zadie Martin, RubicOnline • February 20, 2024
The length of the lunch line has been a topic of debate, and mostly complaints, since the beginning of the school year, C3 works on finding solutions.
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Revamping clubs structure offers  potential to strengthen community
Revamping clubs structure offers potential to strengthen community
The Rubicon Staff February 20, 2024
An oversaturation of clubs dilutes the student group experience.
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Image from Distinguished Reflections on Flickr Creative Commons. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/
Williams goes back to the classics
Siri Pattison, RubicOnline • February 18, 2024
How Aidan Williams' journey with classical guitar began, along with his love for the instrument.
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COVER ART. The cover of Songs, Blood deep illustrates a scene of a bunny smoking a pipe and a person playing the flute wearing traditional clothing.
[BOOK REVIEW] Glenn Westerman's book of poetry, "Songs, Blood Deep", takes readers on a poetic journey through the seasons
Lucy Thomas, RubicOnline • February 19, 2024
Seasons Fall through Summer are poetically illustrated in Glen Westerman's book "Songs, Blood Deep".
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QUICK. Sophomore Dia Chaney looking for an opportunity to pass with two defenders closing in. (Submitted Photo: Dia Chaney)
Chaney finds joy on the lacrosse field with school and club teams
Juan Miguel Adams, The Rubicon • February 14, 2024
Sophomore Dia Chaney can often be found playing lacrosse when she's not in school, practicing three times a week for the club Minnesota Chill.
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Clara Ann Bagnoli
Clara Ann Bagnoli
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My name is Clara Ann Bagnoli (she/her). I work as a Sports Editor for The Rubicon. At school, I’m involved in Sparks Swim & Dive, Herspace, and C3. I love to listen to music! I can be reached at...

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