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

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.

RubicOnline Staff February 2, 2023
Water bottles are as present as backpacks as students move from class to class.
QUICK TIPS. When visiting SPA on Jan. 26, Mark Murray led the Rubicon, RubicOnline and Ibid staffs in a photography workshop to teach them simple ways to elevate their skills and capture images that impact their audience.

Mark Murray inspires publications to paint with light

Ali Browne, RubicOnline January 31, 2023
Photography educator Mark Murray teaches students the art of good images and why they matter.
Freshman Fletcher Coblentz calls his grandmother on the phone, finding that eight minutes go by quickly.

8 minutes a day keeps the scaries away

Mariam Malik January 23, 2023
SPA students test the results of a 2021 study that found eight-minute phone calls improve levels of happiness.
Senior Evan Holmes uses his work with the Twin Cities Democratic Socialists of America to address and make progress regarding issues that matter to him like healthcare accessibility and police reform.

Holmes pursues passion for politics and social issues

Ivy Raya, RubicOnline January 20, 2023
Senior Evan Holmes gets involved with politics and addressing social issues in his work with the Twin Cities Democratic Socialists of America.
Semester in the Sawatch Range

Semester in the Sawatch Range

Siri Pattison January 18, 2023
Junior Siri Pattison spent her fall semester at High Mountain Institute, backpacking in Colorado and Utah.
Top 5 feature stories of 2022.

Top five feature stories of 2022

RubicOnline Staff January 11, 2023
Revisit 2022 with our top five feature stories of the year.
HAVE A CUP. Julia Taylor and Adele Gjerde measure the right amount of protein powder and rice and pour it through a funnel into the bag that will be sealed as a serving.

Sophomores lend helping hands during holidays

Annie Zhang, The Rubicon December 12, 2022
From food insecurity to historical preservation, volunteering is about finding a place to make a difference.
TOGETHER APART. As today move toward towards a more technological world, the increase usage of social media has become inevitable.

Social media fosters social connection… or offers disconnect

Evan Morris, Staff Writer December 10, 2022
Whether it's producing content or finding information, social media is a hub of adolescent life.
Humans of 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.
FULL TURN OUT. Melina Kannankutty poses for a group photo with other wedding guests. The group represents only a small number of the over 400 guests in attendance. The thing that stood out to me was how many people were at the wedding, she said.

Wondrous world weddings: a glance at some of the ways people get married

Claire Kim, The Rubicon December 7, 2022
There a multiple ways people witness to "I do."
25 years of experience - Head Chef Tom Schiller reveals art in ice.

Head Chef Tom Schiller appreciates the beauty in ice carving

Ivy Raya, RubicOnline December 1, 2022
25 years of experience - Head Chief Schiller reveals the beauty in combining his passion for art in ice and wood carving.
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