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Journaling benefits mind and body

Journaling benefits mind and body

Salah Abdulkarim, The Rubicon

March 9, 2020

Unlike in movies journaling isn’t always a notebook with the deepest of secrets of young children and their daily encounters. Rather, many people regardless of age love to journal to relieve stress, observe daily changes, or it is something they just enjoy.

[ARTS BRIEF] Cast announced for fall play

[ARTS BRIEF] Cast announced for fall play

Arts Brief

September 23, 2019

Seniors Ananya Narayan, Annika Findlay, and Tina Wilkens, and junior Gracie Tilney-Kaemmer will play "The Madwomen"

[PODCAST] “Yah, you bet” it’s time to listen for the “Minesooota” accent

[PODCAST] “Yah, you bet” it’s time to listen for the “Minesooota” accent

Sam Hanson, RubicOnline Editor

March 20, 2019

Fargo represents an exaggerated Minnesotan accent, but our way of speaking (even if imperfect) represents a significant part of our identity.

Home/school: faculty children and teachers balance dual roles

Home/school: faculty children and teachers balance dual roles

Ellie Nowakowski, Illustrator/Infographics

February 27, 2018

The children of SPA teachers reflect on what it's like having a parent work at school.

Student leadership helps the dance team stay in step

Student leadership helps the dance team stay in step

Quinn Christensen, The Rubicon Editor

November 30, 2017

Annika Findlay's key role as manager of the dance team helps produce success.

Dance team grows with addition of Minnehaha Academy dancers

Dance team grows with addition of Minnehaha Academy dancers

Claire Hallaway, The Rubicon Editor

December 14, 2016

Pranks and go-round sharing help the dancers build bonds.