The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

ON THE DOLLAR. The gender pay gap is an ever-present problem of women receiving lower wages than men for the same jobs. Within this gap, there are racial disparities as well, creating a complex web of financial inequality.
New York City transparency law promotes salary equity
Annie Bai, The Rubicon • December 9, 2022
The new law allows employees to discuss salaries freely without punishment.
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INTENTLY WATCHING. Students gather in classrooms and common areas to watch the games and root for different countries. “Every classroom should watch the World Cup because it is the biggest sporting event in the world, freshman Lam Le said. “In school, while watching this tournament, you know, it connects you with the worlds best, because this is the worlds game.
Free periods fill with cheers as school streams World Cup games
Andrew Lipinsky, Staff Writer • December 9, 2022
With the game on smart televisions and laptops, most students were at least peripheral fans the past two weeks.
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FOR MY FAVORITE TEACHER... While bonding with teachers is important for building a strong school community, students must be wary of crossing the line between being comfortable with teachers and being unintentionally disrespectful. Students must show their appreciation for their teachers through their actions, not only their words.
Find the balance between rapport and respect in the classroom
Ali Browne, RubicOnline • December 9, 2022
Teachers students feel close with gain the reputation of “chill teacher,” and while this creates a fun classroom, it often coincides with unintentional disrespect.
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Humans of SPA...plus their dogs
Humans of SPA...plus their dogs
Taryn Karasti, Staff Writer • December 8, 2022
Dogs have a certain (bow) wow factor for the people who love them.
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A&E
Strange World begins with a 25 year jump into the future where explorers discover a sinkhole that reveals a lush and fascinating new world. The film covers themes of generational father-son relationships, adventure, and friendship. The movie was released on Nov. 23 on Disney+.
[MOVIE REVIEW] Strange World: a fresh take on quintessential stories
Peter Ostrem, Staff Writer • December 9, 2022
Despite Strange World's unique angle on a classic adventure tale, the animated Disney film underperformed in box offices, once again.
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Rita Li
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Hey! I'm Rita Li (she/her) and this is my second year on staff. I was a Podcast Editor (2021-2023) and am currently a co-editor for the Feature section at RubicOnline. I was born in New York, and I love...

[2 SIDES 1 ISSUE] Should in-person tests or projects be used for midterm and final exams?
Tommy Verhey, Director of RubicOnline • December 5, 2022
Midterm exams bring up arguments about the benefits and weaknesses of in-person exams versus final projects.
UPCOMING GAMES
St Paul Academy
Shakopee
Dec 10 /7:00 p.m. / Girls Hockey
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Rochester Lourdes
Dec 10 /2:00 p.m. / Boys Hockey
St Paul Academy
Northfield
Dec 10 /11:00 a.m. / Trojan Swim & Dive
[THROUGH THEIR EYES] Ep. 3: What makes a good friend?
[THROUGH THEIR EYES] Ep. 3: What makes a good friend?
Clara McKoy, RubicOnline • December 9, 2022
What makes someone a good friend? Find out in the first video episode of Through Their Eyes!
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