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

WHERE TO DRAW THE LINE. After a Hamline University professor was dismissed for showing a painting depicting the Muslim prophet Muhammad, some are questioning whether dismissal was the right choice.
Hamline under fire for dismissing professor
Annie Zhang, The Rubicon • February 2, 2023
A painting clashed with religious beliefs and resulted in the firing of a Global Arts History professor.
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BIG BLOCK. Senior Solvej Eversoll jumps and blocks a serve from the opposing team. Eversoll plays for the Northern Lights volleyball club when the high-school season is not in session.
Club sports build competitiveness, relationships, athletic success
Tommy Verhey, Director of RubicOnline • January 30, 2023
In team sports, athletes play for the name on the front of the jersey. For some athletes, this means their club's logo.
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MAKING NEWS. Utilizing news sources is a convenient way to make classroom content more relevant and to start conversations about current events. Both teachers and students can contribute to incorporating news media into school spaces by bringing them into classes, clubs and student groups, and daily conversations.
[STAFF EDITORIAL] It is time to learn about current events in school
The Rubicon Staff January 31, 2023
Bringing news into the classroom helps content feel more relevant and can debunk false information read online.
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Two Ferraris showcased at the Esperienza event linger in the driveway. The event, arranged by Jackley and her team, was meant to show off the luxurious lifestyle that Ferrari embodies.
[WORK/LIFE] Kaylee Jackley talks marketing for Twin Cities Ferrari
Hazel Waltenbaugh, The Rubicon • February 3, 2023
Photo shoots, marketing events, and social media campaigns, Kaylee Jackley shares her experience at Ferrari.
GULP. Junior Leo Benson sips on his favorite water bottle during the school day.
Thirsty? Fill it up.
February 2, 2023
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MAKE A NEW PLAYLIST. Music is all around: on the Huss stage, headphones during a study session, and everywhere in between. So, its important to create playlists that suit every mood and environment.
Seven tips for crafting a new playlist
Eliana Mann, RubicOnline • February 3, 2023
Check out these tips for curating the perfect playlists.
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MEET THE STAFF
Thomas Chen
Thomas Chen
Staff Writer

Hi, my name is Thomas Chen, and I use he/him pronouns. I work as a Staff Writer for The Rubicon, RubicOnline and Ibid Yearbook. At school, I’m involved in USC and ASA. Outside of school, I also figure...

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Reflecting on MLK Day of Service
Alison Mitchell, RubicOnline • January 23, 2023
This MLK Day, SPA families packed tens of thousands of meals for local families in need.
THROUGH THEIR EYES. On episode four of the podcast, Eliana Mann interviews senior Lily Malloy and junior Wafa Naqvi about whether or not they believe in life after death.
[THROUGH THEIR EYES] Ep. 4: Do you believe in life after death?
Eliana Mann, RubicOnline • February 1, 2023
Lily Malloy and Wafa Naqvi discuss the afterlife, heaven and hell, and how their own beliefs align with religious teachings.
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