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Clubs, groups welcome 9th graders at fair

September 9, 2019
Overview of the 2019-2020 Clubs Fair. Viewing the highlights, talking to club leaders, and interviewing the 9th graders.

Student volunteers take on Bike Classic

Seniors Carrie JaeGer, Alexis Irish, and Maddie Flom-Staab cheered on bicyclists participating in the St. Paul Classic Bike Tour at the corner of Mississippi River Boulevard and Randolph Avenue on Sept. 7. “It’s a beautiful day! I enjoy the pink-I appreciate your style!” Flom-Staab yelled in encouragement.
Volunteering tradition continues to help out bikers
October 6, 2014

What drew approximately 6,000 people out of bed and onto 35 miles of St. Paul streets between the cool morning hours of 7 and 9 a.m.? The St. Paul Classic Bike Tour, which fell on a sunny September 7 this...

Students get their daily dose of humor

A recent poll survey students about humor.
June 4, 2014

A loud, welcoming sound of laughter fills the large, open space of the Summit Center. The students gathered on the rectangular frame of couches laugh at a string of sarcastic comments shot from one corner...

Students speak up & clarify fallacies about respective religions

Students speak up & clarify fallacies about respective religions
March 20, 2014

In a progressive community, consideration for others’ identities is a preeminent requirement-- one that most strive to uphold. And faith, while a less overt manifestation, is key to many students’...

Junior Asad Masood shares his top 5 games

Junior Asad Masood shares his top 5 games
March 5, 2014

“If you go online there are websites that allow you to download a program called an emulator that lets you play different video games from different platforms like Nintendo 64, Game Boy Advance, Game...

Junior Asad Masood shares his top 5 games

Junior Asad Masood shares his top 5 games
February 18, 2014

“If you go online there are websites that allow you to download a program called an emulator that lets you play different video games from different platforms like Nintendo 64, Game Boy Advance, Game...

Student Political Union discusses State of the Union address

Student Political Union (SPU) members (from left) freshman Raffi Toghramadjian, freshman Ellis Tomlinson, freshman Liam McVea, sophomore George Stiffman, senior Connor Allen, sophomore Will Donaldson, freshman Andrew Michael, junior Zeeshawn Abid, senior Nick Cohen, junior Haris Hussain, Upper School debate teacher Aaron Shuler, senior Bryant Carlson, senior Carter Rients, senior Lowell Naas, junior Shaan Bijwadia, and junior Jordan Hughes regularly discuss controversial and politically divisive topics like the State of the Union address. “This [speech] is the first major thing Obama has done, where he’s departed from his platform of change,” Bijwadia said.
February 4, 2014

President Barack Obama delivered his State of the Union address to Congress on Jan. 28—a speech intended to inform the representatives of matters that the President believes are important, or demand...

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