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The Rubicon

The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

Claire Kim

Claire Kim, co-Editor in Chief

My name is Claire Kim (she/her). I work as a co-editor-in-chief for The Rubicon, and I have previously worked as the Opinions Editor, Music Editor, and Staff Writer. At school, I’m a captain of SPARKS Swim and Dive and the fencing team, and I’m also a co-president of Asian Student Alliance. I love listening to music and translating in my free time. I can be reached at [email protected].

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ACTIONS HAVE CONSEQUENCES. The Student Handbook describes four steps of disciplinary action that students may face for community misconduct such as defacing property or leaving messes in school spaces.

Admin calls out rise in community misconduct

Claire Kim, Co-Editor in Chief
November 14, 2023
RUFF ROLLER. Elizabeth Mena-Larsen, or “Bizquik,” poses with a dog from Second Hand Hounds. In roller derby it is important to be both bark and bite. Mena-Larsen said, “I also really like the roughness of the sport.”

Rolling out of their comfort zone

Claire Kim, co-Editor in Chief
October 28, 2023
SMACK WITH THE RACK. Senior Autumn Spaulding reaches back to send a serve over to her.

Tennis seniors focus on team unity

Claire Kim, The Rubicon
October 24, 2022
MAKE WORK WORTHWHILE. Finding a setting to be productive in can be a process of trial and error. For example, while some may finding the subconscious pressure of having others around to be helpful, others may prefer working alone. “I like being around other people as long as everyone is working because that helps me work,” freshman Grace Medrano said.

What makes students productive?

Claire Kim, The Rubicon
March 12, 2022
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