The Rubicon

Meghan Joyce

Meghan Joyce, Chief Visual Editor

Meghan Joyce serves as the Chief Visual Editor for The Rubicon. Meghan is a senior at St. Paul Academy and Summit School, and this is her third year on The Rubicon staff. In past years, she served as the Arts & Entertainment Editor and as a staff writer. She loves photography, journalism, travelling, rock climbing, and baguettes. During the summer, Meghan can be found volunteering at the ReelAbilities Film Festival and at the National Wheelchair Sports and Recreation Camp, helping people with disabilities to defy societal expectations and share their thoughts on disability and ableism through film. Meghan continues to fight for human rights in the school year as the project manager of Students for Social Justice, where she coordinates fundraisers. In her final year here, Meghan looks forward to helping craft a visually and textually stunning volume of The Rubicon.

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Each vote counts.  SPA students have, historically,  failed to use their votes to encourage girls in elected-leadership councils. This year’s officer elections are a step in the right direction. We have the power to define the status quo and slowly, we are changing it.


May 5, 2015

[Photo] Eva Gross

March 11, 2015
The average SPA student's backpack weighs 18 pounds, which is equivalent to the weight of 9 pinneapples. Students should only be carrying 10-15% of their wight on their back, according to


November 4, 2014
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