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Short-lived Twitter account raises questions about diversity

Short-lived Twitter account raises questions about diversity

Melissa Nie and Noah Raaum

May 29, 2019

A dive into the controversial Twitter account that tore into St. Paul Academy and Summit School.

Vincent Cheng substitutes for creative writing aficionado Wahmanholm

Vincent Cheng substitutes for creative writing aficionado Wahmanholm

Lucia Granja, RubicOnline Editor

May 28, 2019

Cheng joined SPA at the end of the quarter and quickly earned admiration from students.

Beginning strings practices for upcoming concert

Beginning strings practices for upcoming concert

Johanna Pierach, MS RubiMini

May 28, 2019

As the sixth graders prepare to play with the chamber ensemble, they debate the strengths of each instrument and who is most prepared.

The cherry on top: sophomores complete service hours

The cherry on top: sophomores complete service hours

Lynn Reynolds, Production Manager

May 21, 2019

On May 20, sophomores got free access to an ice cream truck in honor of completing service.

[PHOTO GALLERY] Proposed abortion bans spark protest

Evelyn Lillemoe, Chief Visual Editor

May 21, 2019

Hundreds of people chanting “vote them out,” “their body their choice,” and “abortion is healthcare, and healthcare is a right” rallied at the Minnesota state capitol on Tuesday, May 21, one of over 400 protests across the United States. The protest was held in response to a 20 week abortio...

Muslim-Americans absent from White House iftar

Muslim-Americans absent from White House iftar

Harper Lux, Staff Writer

May 21, 2019

Muslim-American organizations were excluded from the White House iftar dinner held in celebration of the Islamic holy month, Ramadan.

Thompson opens, portables leave

Thompson opens, portables leave

Charlie Keillor, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

The portable classrooms were driven away May 16.

After leadership determined last week, Elected Representatives chosen today

After leadership determined last week, Elected Representatives chosen today

News in Brief

May 14, 2019

Students gave speeches in class meetings today, then cast a ballot at the end of X-Period.

Ninth graders successfully petition for study hall release

Ninth graders successfully petition for study hall release

Mason Brooks, Staff Writer

May 9, 2019

Ninth graders Sophie Cullen and Olivia Szaj petititioned for free study halls, and the class is grateful.

Student elections mean preparation, public speaking

Student elections mean preparation, public speaking

Mukeil Rizvi, Staff Writer

May 8, 2019

Elected Groups leadership candidates gave speeches during X-Period today. The student body will vote tomorrow.