The Rubicon

It’s a pandemic; don’t worry about grades

Everyone seems to be handling the challenges of this pandemic differently. And that’s okay.

Colin Will, Opinions Editor

May 27, 2020

Everyone seems to be handling the challenges of this pandemic differently. And that’s okay.

[STAFF EDITORIAL] Honor social distancing protocols this summer

Keep looking for alternative options for social time. Set up a Netflix party and watch something together; go to a park with masks and stay six feet apart.

The Rubicon Staff

May 26, 2020

Although regulations have been made less restrictive it is important to continue social distancing and limit exposure to others as there is still a long road ahead.

With Hope there will be a prom

Hope will offer a drive-thru breakfast prom for registered attendees on May 22.

Lizzie Kristal, The Rubicon

May 20, 2020

With proms canceled across the city, Hope Breakfast Bar offers a drive-in alternative May 22.

Film Club continues movie nights through Netflix Party

Film Club continues movie nights through Netflix Party

Lucy Benson, Rubicon

May 19, 2020

Film Club, known for their Friday night screenings of previously decided on movies, attempts to carry on movie nights through the Chrome extension Netflix Party.

Little Free Libraries converted to food banks during pandemic

A Little Free Library is stocked full of necessities for those who need them.

Catherine Hooley, RubicOnline

May 17, 2020

Little Free Libraries around the Twin Cities are being turned into food banks for people who need supplies during the pandemic.

Golf courses opened at a safe distance

Many golfers are getting back on the courses

Zekiah Juliusson, RubicOnline

May 16, 2020

Under state orders activities such as golf, boating and biking have been allowed to resume during quarantine.

Plan A to B to C: Chicago canceled, Rent canceled, pre-show traditions stay alive

Although the show has been canceled, the musical participates shared many happy memories together.

Elle Chen, Production Manager

May 15, 2020

This Friday, May 15, would have been the Upper School Spring Musical’s opening night for "Chicago". But due to the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak, all "Chicago" performances have officially been canceled.

Minnesota businesses slowly reopening

Junior Gabrielle Thompon's family owns St. Paul business The Wine Thief and Ale Jail. They have had to change some parts of how their business operates due to COVID-19.

Eloise Duncan, The Rubicon Editor

May 15, 2020

Under Executive Order 20-48, signed by Gov. Tim Walz on Apr. 30, workers in non-customer facing office and industrial settings are now allowed to go back to work, and customer facing businesses are continued to be allowed to do curbside pick-up, delivery, and walk-in for essential stores. Students have ...