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

ACTIVE AUDIENCE. An increased administrative presence in the community has a clear impact on fostering positive relationships with the student body. While a greater involvement may feel unfamiliar, students should put in the same amount of effort to appreciate and acknowledge the administration’s attention to student voices and decisions.

[STAFF EDITORIAL] New admin sets new tone. Let’s meet their energy.

The Rubicon Staff September 27, 2022
Students have felt a closer connection to their administration team this year, and while it may be unexpected, their investment in student life should not be dismissed.
This is a I want a movie day type of outfit, history teacher Aaron Shulow said.

THURSDAY DRESS UP: No one looks their age today

Rita Li and Zadie Martin September 22, 2022
The day never gets old (even for the seniors and senior citizens) as students and faculty sport looks that stand the test of time.
Sophomore Coda Wilson wheeled around school with a recycling bin containing his binders.

WEDNESDAY DRESS UP: Anything but a backpack offers container creativity

Mariam Malik and Alison Mitchell September 22, 2022
From garment bags to garbage cans, students brought it all (except backpacks).
History teacher Mollie Wards advisory channeled classic film with their interpretation of The Dude.

TUESDAY DRESS UP: Advisory twinning outfits show group personality

September 20, 2022
Check in was the perfect time for advisors to gather advisees for twinning pics.
ON MONDAYS WE WEAR PINK: Dr. Dreher, Ms. Ward, and Ms. Yost-Dubrow went all out, wearing head-to-toe pink outfits. Think pink! exclaimed Dr. Dreher.

MONDAY DRESS UP: Homecoming is off to a colorful start

Alexandra Cardwell, RubicOnline September 19, 2022
Students and faculty start the week strong by bringing their dress up game and cheering on the ping pong players.
After a video short introducing the Homecoming Game challenger, Spartan Tommy Verhey got the crowd on their feet for the first Spartan Beat of Homecoming.

Kick off assembly previews Homecoming activities

News in Brief September 16, 2022
One highlight? The Spartan Beat with 22-23 Spartan Tommy Verhey.
Interim US Principal Ken Jaffe talks to the seniors about what it means to lead in the opening assembly on Aug. 31.

First days of school: returning to a new normal

Mariam Malik and Zadie Martin September 14, 2022
As we get back to school, what does the 22-23 school year look like?
During Thursday x-period club leaders Anna and Leni Nowakowski finish their poster for the club fair.

New, continuing clubs to host fair on Monday

Ivy Raya , RubicOnline September 9, 2022
Two clubs and groups meetings this week put student leaders front and center in Student Organization Fair planning.
Goalie Cooper Olsen shushes Brecks student section after SPA ties the game for the second time, 2-2..

[PHOTO STORY] Spartan Boys tie Breck 2-2 on Sept. 6

Marius Elias Morse, Photojournalist September 8, 2022
The first half fielded pretty typical play, but those who stuck around for the second half saw a nail biter of a game.
RESIST. According to the Pew Research Center, 59% of Americans think that abortion should be legal in all or most cases, and since the Supreme Court leak, many are taking to the streets and social media to speak out in defense of abortion rights.

Roe v. Wade: then and now

Siri Pattison, RubicOnline May 20, 2022
A Supreme Court opinion was recently leaked, revealing that the historic abortion ruling may be overturned.
Risk-taking is intrinsically tied to decision-making. Due to the biological stage of development in teens’ brains, adolescents go through the decision-making process differently than adults—driven more by the emotional and reactive parts of the brain than the thoughtful and logical areas of the brain.

[STAFF EDITORIAL] Take more risks this summer

RubicOnline Staff May 20, 2022
Nine times out of ten, risk-taking is associated with dangerous, unsafe and harmful behaviors. Yet, extensive research concludes that making risky decisions is actually healthy, especially for adolescents.
The cast surrounds Annika Brelsford during a musical number.

The US returns to the stage with the The Drowsy Chaperone

Mariam Malik, RubicOnline May 20, 2022
This weekend, the long-anticipated first in-person US spring musical in two years, “The Drowsy Chaperone”, was showcased for three nights.
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