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Fencing Video By Thomas Kovarik

Thomas Kovarik, Rubiconline February 20, 2024

SLIDING ON ICE. Whether indoors or out, kids and AK coordinators have often had fun playing and skating outside. “I usually play some kind of game with the kids,” senior Tysen Hayes said.

Seniors leave their mark on AK program

Clara Ann Bagnoli, The Rubicon December 3, 2023

Running around the Goodrich Campus field, crafting, helping with homework or engaging in gossip with a seven-year-old are all part of an AK coordinator’s job description. Adventure Kids, more commonly...

Bruce Taher explained he chose to prepare paella because it is a comfort food of his. Where does paella originate? Check out the graphic.

Taher CEO Bruce Taher brings Paella Day to Randolph Campus

Clara McKoy, Director of RubicOnline December 1, 2023
Taher landed on paella because it is a comfort food of his, and he thought the hot rice dish would juxtapose the brisk weather of St. Paul.
NO JOKE. Dean Phillips explained his unexpected and controversial bid for president: “I think President Biden has done a spectacular job. But it’s not about the past. This is an election about the future.”

Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips challenges Biden in primary election

Aarushi Bahadur, RubicOnline November 16, 2023
Seemingly out of nowhere, Minnesotan Dean Phillips decided to run for president.
DEIB. Dr. Ali Michael, Co-Director of the Race Institute for K-12 educators, focuses much of her work on making racially equitable an accessible goal in the classroom.

Coverage of Tuesday speaker for beat

Johanna Pierach, 23 24 In Depth Editor November 14, 2023

On Tuesday, the upper school community gathered to discuss race with guest speaker Dr. Ali Michael. The assembly was the first of the Fall 2023 Community Engagement Speaker Series, "Building Healthy Multiracial...

October 2023 Issue

October 24, 2023

Veena Iyer, executive director of the immigration Law Center or MN, and her current  board member and SPA alum, Sarah Radosevish, speaking infront of students in the Literature of Migration and History of Refugee Communities classes.

Immigration law speakers shine a light on difficulty of process

Thomas Kovarik, RubicOnline October 18, 2023

The Director of the Immigrant Law Center of MN, Veena Iyer, along with a current board member, Sarah Radosevish, spoke to Literature of Migration and History of Refugee Communities classes on Oct. 16 in...

Sophmore Elliot Sjaastad poses with his trumpet. Sjaastad has played the trumpet since the fifth grade.

Different Instruments on the band, with their students

Thomas Kovarik, Rubiconline October 5, 2023

Sophomore Elliot Sjaastad (He/Him), has been playing the trumpet since fifth grade. He treasures playing the trumpet and has stuck with it because it allows for a large range of tones. He has played in...

STAYING SAFE. Community Partnership Month aims to inform students about the many safety risks that exist at school. Since there have been student concerns about a lack of safety awareness, this month will be the perfect time to dial in and have those important conversations.

Let’s take partnership seriously this month

Annie Zhang, The Rubicon September 28, 2023
Fully engage in Community Partnership Month programming. It could save a life.

September 2023 Issue

September 26, 2023

AROUND THE WOLRD. AHR students are allowed to learn about history all around the globe.

What is Advanced History Research at SPA?

Aarushi Bahadur, RubicOnline September 24, 2023

Most students have heard of the popular Advanced Science Research (ASR) class. But not so many are familiar with the history department’s newest course, Advanced History Research. Offered for the first...

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...

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