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American Red Cross comforts first-time blood donors

Junior Adeline DeHarpporte accompanies her friend junior Anja Trierweiler who getting  her blood drawn for the first time.

Elle Chen, RubicOnline

February 11, 2020

Although the process of drawing blood only takes 10-20 minutes, the entire process of donating blood takes about an hour total.

Language apps inspire students be immersive with learning

SPA offers four different languages, Spanish, German, French, and Chinese. Students from all different languages can use Quizlet, including ninth-grader Riley Erben who uses Quizlet to study for her French class.

Hazel Waltenbaugh, Staff Writer

December 12, 2019

Use quizlet, change app settings to another language, or add a cultural song to a playlist.

Community Service Spotlight: Trierweiler connects with campers at Children’s Museum

Volunteer opportunities at the Minnesota Children's Museum include different costume parties including the

Annie Bottern, RubicOnline Editor

November 30, 2018

Sophomore Anja Trierweiler split her time between two different jobs to complete her required service hours.

Every(man) examines the themes of life

US Theater director stands in an illustration from Every(man), the play he will direct this fall.

Kat St. Martin-Norburg, The Rubicon Editor

September 25, 2018

Theater Department Director Eric Severson has anounced that the fall play for 2018 is Everyman. It incorporates characters as metaphors for life themes, which will hopefully cause the audience and actors to reflect on the world and people's roles. The play will be on Nov. 16 and 17 in the Huss Center.

Reading across continents

Sophomore Savita Asvathi-Yopp recommends books that expand one's cultural perspectives.

Melissa Nie, The Rubicon Editor

March 9, 2018

Two students offer book recommendations that have expanded their worldview and cultural understanding.

SPA THINKS: Should seniority be respected?

SPA THINKS: Should seniority be respected?

Noah Raaum, Videographer

October 11, 2017

Is seniority an earned privilege or an annoying expectation?