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The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

In the days preceding the assembly, Moore met with faculty, leadership teams, and intercultural life groups across campuses to discuss the use of prejudicial slurs in the community, review racial harrassment policies, and answer questions. Photo submitted by Eddie Moore, Jr.

Ahead of summer programming, Moore addresses use of slurs within community

Johanna Pierach, The Rubicon June 3, 2024

America & MOORE founder Eddie Moore, Jr. spoke at an assembly during X-period on May 15 in his first of two appearances on campus this year. His focus? To address the use of racial slurs. The program,...

Transcontinental travels

Annie Zhang June 6, 2023

First class, Michelin star restaurants, cruises, and the convenience of having everything provided. Traveling in style offers tourists the ability to visit new places without the worry of having to stress...

Cozy camping close by

Grace Medrano June 6, 2023

Camping: the age-old tradition of packing up the bare necessities, pitching a tent and exploring the great outdoors. Junior Jane Higgins grew up camping. “My family has always camped,” she said. “I’ve...

Sustainability “Under the Stars”

Annie Bai, The Rubicon May 30, 2023
Junior Reilly Ringness spent weekends thrifting for parts of his outfit.

Students meet for SILC and CLC interviews

May 23, 2023

Interviews for the selected committees took place on May 18 during X-period. The selection process consisted of filling out an online application and then attending the interview. There are two main...

Class meetings hold speeches for representatives

May 23, 2023

As the end of the school year approaches, the time came for the highly anticipated class representative elections for next year. The elections took place during X-period on May 11. Each grade had its own...

What are eating disorders? What misconceptions exist?

Eliza Farley, The Rubicon May 2, 2023
Even though most teens have an idea of what eating disorders are, it may be easier to find misinformation than facts.

Road to recovery requires support

Maddy Fisher, Editor in Chief May 2, 2023
There are a number of levels of care and paths to recovery.
Ellie Krug headlines transgender activism

Ellie Krug headlines transgender activism

Ivy Raya, RubicOnline April 28, 2023
Krug talks about her late life transition and the dealing with negative feedback from her family.
CULTURAL CONTEXT. Dr. Yurie Hong presented via Google Meet to a classroom of students on Apr. 24. She said the presentation’s “genesis [came] in a paper I presented in 2019…[about] how being a minority can be an asset when looking at classics in a modern world.”

Gustavus professor uses classics to place contemporary gender issues in context

Kathryn Campbell, Director of Publications April 28, 2023

Dr. Yurie Hong, a professor of Greek, Latin and Classical Studies from Gustavus Adolphus College, presented on how classic narratives can be used to more deeply understand contemporary personal experience. Hong...

CUT AND PASTE. The Peterson advisory chooses what to clip out of magazines for their collage.

Advisories craft gender collages

Siri Pattison, RubicOnline April 28, 2023

During the last hour of Speaker Day, students returned to their advisories to think about their own gender identities through collage-making. The Student Intercultural Life Committee, a selected...

WOMEN IN SPORTS. Speaker Anna Goorevich focused her talk on the importance of Title IX, pay equity, and women coaching across collegiate athletics.

Anna Goorevich dives into the world of sports

Tommy Verhey, Director of RubicOnline April 28, 2023

Anna Goorevich is a Ph.D. student in the School of Kinesiology at the University of Minnesota. Having played Division-3 soccer in college, Goorevich focuses her work on the role of gender in coaching duties,...

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