The Rubicon

Feed My Starving Children saves lives through meal packs

99% of the world’s 821 million undernourished people are located in developing nations. Working to end hunger starts with accessibility to food, which is a struggle for many. Global hunger is an issue that has been taken on by the UN, as of their Zero Hunger Challenge that was brought to the forefront in 2012.

Jake Hosszu, Staff Writer

February 22, 2020

Working to end hunger starts with accessibility to food, which is a struggle for many.

Millerhaller takes math to the ‘limit’

Junior Maxanne Millerhaller joined the math team this year. She said,

Bobby Verhey, Social Media Manager

October 31, 2019

Junior Maxanne Millerhaller shares her experiences on her first year on Math Team.

Knocking on wood: the quirks of superstitions

Senior Ethan Asis

Bobby Verhey, RubicOnline Editor

February 28, 2019

Students use superstitions in their daily life out of habit to avoid danger and keep good luck.

Winter Carnival provides opportunity to enjoy the (very cold) outdoors

Ice sculptors work on their pieces during the carnival, allowing anyone to watch the progress of the sculpting.

Claire Hallaway, The Rubicon Editor

January 24, 2019

The Saint Paul Winter Carnival runs from Jan. 24-Feb. 3 at locations across the city.

Business Club swells to SPA’s largest, lacks gender and grade diversity

Sophomores in Business Club gather around a laptop to view the leaderboard for the club's stock market simulation competition.

Noah Raaum, Creative Design Manager

November 26, 2018

After experiencing rapid growth, the club's community is tight but narrow.

Poet Bao Phi talks to 10th graders about writing, racism, American society

Bao Phi, an Asian American poet, talked about his poetry collection, Thousand Star Hotel.

Bobby Verhey, RubicOnline Editor

October 12, 2018

Poetry performance artist and published author Bao Phi spoke to the sophomore class during Wednesday's X-Period on the topics of race, fatherhood, and American society.