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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

The memorial plaza at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington DC.

Spend this MLK Day as a “day on”

Alexandra Cardwell, RubicOnline January 17, 2022
Rather than take the day off, spend this MLK Day furthering King's life and legacy.
Security fencing at the Supreme Court after the Capitol insurrection on Jan. 6, 2021.

January 6, one year later

RubicOnline Staff January 6, 2022
The Capitol insurrection was an apex -- a breaking point in American politics. RubicOnline Editors reflect on what has and hasn't changed since Jan. 6, 2021.
Top five opinion and editorial stories of 2021

Top five opinion and editorial stories of 2021

RubicOnline Staff January 5, 2022
2021 was packed full of opinions. Opinions from a new president and a former president, viral posts on social media, and from The Rubicon. Here are our top five opinion stories from the last year.
Cast a line and give fishing a try

Cast a line and give fishing a try

Jacob Colton, Staff Writer January 5, 2022
Everyone should try fishing at least once. If they like it, then they’ve discovered a new hobby, but even if they didn’t, it’s worth the added mental and physical benefits.
Race, vision, morals and gender all shape ones political beliefs.

How political views shape personal opinions

Salah Abdulkarim, Editor in Chief January 4, 2022
Morals influence nearly all of one's opinions, not excluding political beliefs.
Stay sustainable this winter season

Stay sustainable this winter season

Helen Townley, Siri Pattison, and Lucy Thomas December 17, 2021
From transportation to clothing to eating, you can make sustainable choices this winter.
Going into break, hows your health?

Going into break, how’s your health?

Grace Medrano, Staff Writer December 17, 2021
Use the break for a reset. If health was neglected, if mental health isn't strong, resolve to start the second semester with a plan for support.
Break is starting; think about how to use social media

Break is starting; think about how to use social media

Harper Glass, Staff Writer December 16, 2021
Hours on apps go up over breaks; make mindful decisions of how useful this time is.
Hate the incident, not the profession

Hate the incident, not the profession

Alison Mitchell, Staff Writer December 15, 2021
While coverage can be flawed, and individuals sometimes exploit the access journalism gives them as professionals, the institution still deserves respect.
The information regarding sex and gender have been washed together and interchanged. This mix is harmful to everyone, including people who identify with traditional binary genders.

[STAFF EDITORIAL] School policy and practice on gender creates a strong model for the broader world

The Rubicon Staff, Editorial December 14, 2021
An individual’s opinion on how they define gender in their personal life should not interfere with someone else’s ability to live their life in the way their gender is defined.
It is healthier to relax away from screens

It is healthier to relax away from screens

Eliza Farley, Staff Writer December 13, 2021

Beep… Beep… Beep… No, that’s not the sound of a heart monitor — that’s the sound of messages bombarding your phone at all hours of the day. Some may be from work, others from school, and...

REST UP. Sleep and time alone can help students recover from the stress induced by the demands on time when school and activities fill each day.

[2 SIDES, 1 ISSUE] How to spend time away on breaks

Annie Bai and Milkii Tigro December 13, 2021
How should you spend your time on break?
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