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Costalonga’s love of language runs deep

Costalonga’s love of language runs deep

Martha Sanchez, RubicOnline

December 6, 2019

Senior Alessandra Costalonga speaks five (soon to be six) languages.

New USC representative Hartfeldt on environmentalism, sustainability, and leadership

New USC representative Hartfeldt on environmentalism, sustainability, and leadership

Julia Baron, The Rubicon

December 4, 2019

The mid-fall elections gave the sophomore class a new student body representative: Maura Hartfeldt.

What does America mean to you?

What does America mean to you?

Sophia Heegaard, Adam Holod, Yona Ketema, Noah Rice, Henrik Schleissman, and Anna Snider

November 18, 2019

Students in History of Refugee Communities collect stories of immigration and naturalization.

Collier captivates her class with cults

Collier captivates her class with cults

Lucia Granja, RubicOnline

November 16, 2019

US English teacher Kristin Collier's fascination with cults create fascinating discussions about human dynamics.

BEHIND THE LENS: Liepins captures Sanders rally

BEHIND THE LENS: Liepins captures Sanders rally

Nikolas Liepins, Contributor

November 14, 2019

Passionate chants of “Not me. Us.” — a Bernie Sanders campaign slogan — burst from the sea of Sanders supporters in Williams Arena (The Barn) on the University of Minnesota’s East Bank campus.

[WHAT’S IN MY BAG] Thompson’s backpack holds the unexpected

[WHAT’S IN MY BAG] Thompson’s backpack holds the unexpected

Tana Ososki, RubicOnline

November 8, 2019

Junior Gabriella Thompson has everything she could need in her backpack.

Teachers dress up as…teachers?

Teachers dress up as…teachers?

Lynn Reynolds, RubicOnline

November 6, 2019

To celebrate the holiday, multiple teachers dressed up as famous teachers in history and pop culture.

Chang describes his experience in a PSEO class

Chang describes his experience in a PSEO class

Will Schavee, RubicOnline

November 1, 2019

Richard Chang takes PSEO classes at the University of Minnesota to further his knowledge of a subject he loves.

Drinking coffee: helpful or harmful?

Drinking coffee: helpful or harmful?

Tana Ososki, Opinions Editor

October 31, 2019

With crazy and work-filled lives, some students stay awake and continue moving with coffee in their system. But how much should they really have?

Millerhaller takes math to the ‘limit’

Millerhaller takes math to the ‘limit’

Bobby Verhey, Social Media Manager

October 31, 2019

Junior Maxanne Millerhaller shares her experiences on her first year on Math Team.

McBuggets are Yost-Dubrow’s newest diet recommendation

McBuggets are Yost-Dubrow’s newest diet recommendation

Martha Sanchez, RubicOnline

October 30, 2019

Upper School science teacher Rachel Yost-Dubrow is a strong advocate for environmental responsibility. Perhaps her most notable idea - eating crickets.