The Rubicon

Weighted blankets reduce stress, improve sleep

Sharee Roman, The Rubicon Editor

February 12, 2019

Adults with insomnia, anxiety, or a desire for better sleep are reigniting a feeling of security in the form of weighted blankets.

Severson, seniors announce one act play casts

Severson, seniors announce one act play casts

News in Brief

December 5, 2018

Casts for the five shows were announced on Dec. 5. The one acts perform Jan. 25 on the Huss Stage.

While many walk out, some stay in school

During x-period, some juniors gather in Summit Center to spend time and relax while others prepare to leave for the walkout.

Sharee Roman, Photographer

April 21, 2018

  On National Walk Out day, students marched to the Capitol to emphasize the need for increased gun control in response to the recent school shootings. Although plenty of students participated in the walkout, students who did not march remained at school. 9th grader Allison Audette did...

Snow cancels all after school activities

Because of the large amounts of snow, all after school activities are canceled.

Tristan Hitchens-Brookins, Staff Writer

April 3, 2018

The head of school sent out an email that canceled all after school affiliated activities on Apr. 3 due to the snow.

PHOTO GALLERY: Students share tips for stressful relaxing exam season

PHOTO GALLERY: Students share tips for <strike>stressful</strike> <i>relaxing</i> exam season

Mimi Geller, Director of RubicOnline

December 7, 2017

As semester exams approach, students reflect on what forms of self-care keep them from getting too stressed.

PHOTO GALLERY: Support-a-Family gift wrapping party features Acapella performance

Seniors Dorienne Hoven and Izzy Denny laugh as they wrap a present for a family in need.

Isabel Gisser, RubicOnline Editor

December 6, 2017

Advisories supported 19 families through Project Pride for Living's Support-a-Family.

SPARKS Swim and Dive plunges into competition season

SPLASH. Captain Abby Lanz dives backwards into the
pool during a recent competition at Humboldt High School. “The girls diving team is really small, and since it’s such a small group we’re really tight knit, and we’re all very close. As a team, we want to get 11 dive lists, which is when you are able to do two dives from each of the  ve categories: forwards, backs, reverses, inwards, and twists, and a third dive from one of the categories to add up to 11 dives in total,” Lanz said.

Jasper Green, The Rubicon Editor

September 28, 2017

SPARKS Swim and Dive hopes to qualify for section meets during the season.

9th graders at ease with end of quarter grades

9th graders at ease with end of quarter grades

Chloe Morse, Rubiconline Writer

October 24, 2016

9th graders reflect on their first quarter in the upper school and the stress or ease it brings

Girls Swim and Dive Team springs into secure season

The Girls Swimming and Diving team has had a successful start to their season, and they continue to improve and set goals. Sophomore Michaela Polley appreciates being in the pool with her team. “I enjoy spending time with the team and the tight community we have. I know the other girls on the team really well and that helps me when I am leading them,” Polley said.

Mimi Geller, RubicOnline Editor

October 6, 2016

With their season about halfway over, the Girls Swimming and Diving team has a lot to be proud of already.

Girls Swim and Dive Team warms up to ambitious new coach

SPARKS SWIM AND DIVE take position on the starting block before entering the pool for a race. “There are nine teams in our division and we normally place 4th, but this year I think we can place 3rd,” senior Maya Smith said.

Marlee Baron, Arts & Entertainment Editor

October 5, 2015

The new coach, Katy Vandam, has previously coached the SPA/HP Trojans, the boys swim team.