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The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

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DO GOOD. 32 participants supported the American Red Crosss cause of giving blood to cancer patients, accident victims, and others in need.
Students and faculty encouraged to donate in upcoming blood drive
Lani Ngonethong, RubicOnline • February 22, 2024
USC's annual blood drive will occur Mar. 5 from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
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SPEAK OUT. Student journalists and their supporters across the U.S. spend this day raising awareness of the challenges they face, celebrating their contributions to their schools and communities, and taking actions to protect and restore their First Amendment freedoms. (image and text reprinted with permission from studentpressfreedom.org)
Reflecting on Student Press Freedom Day
RubicOnline Staff February 22, 2024
The RubicOnline staff shares reflections on the importance of student press freedom and new state legislation that would protect student journalists.
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LOST IN THE MUSIC. Senior Bridget Keel plays in the Mid-Winter Convention.
Keel on playing for the Minnesota All-State Jazz Band
Thomas Kovarik, Rubiconline • February 21, 2024
After years of hard work and fine-tuning practicing trumpet, Bridget Keel was selected as the first chair of the Minnesota All-State Jazz Band playing in the Trumpet Section.
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MINNESOTA MADE. Folk singer-songwriter Bob Dylan grew up in Minnesotas Northwoods before finding fame in New York City bohemia.
Source: GPA Photo Archive on Flickr Creative Commons.
The enduring relevance of Bob Dylan
Siri Pattison, RubicOnline • February 22, 2024
Movies, musicals, and TikTok trends have recently celebrated 1960s folk musician Bob Dylan. What makes the artist so popular past his prime?
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STRIVE FOR SUCCESS. Junior Finn Cox feels he has contributed greatly to the Trojans success this year. “This year, while not a captain, I began taking a stronger part in the team, consistently winning races in whatever our team lacked depth in,” he said. (Fair Use Image: SPA Smugmug)
Cox prides himself on versatility in the pool
Annie Zhang, The Rubicon • February 21, 2024
Cox can swim in any event, which is a great asset for the Trojan Swim and Dive team.
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My name is Nora McKoy (she/her). I’m an A&E editor for RubicOnline. At school, I’m involved in CAS, and Sophomore Class Leadership Council. I love to watch mystery TV shows. I can be reached at...

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