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Girls Basketball beat rivals Breck in an upset

Junior Gabriella Thompson fighting for the ball against Breck

Zekiah Juliusson, RubicOnline

February 3, 2020

Girls basketball beat Breck by a margin of 40-31.

Girls Basketball loses to competitive Humbolt

Junior Pilar Savaavedra-Weis practices her moves during halftime

Lucia Granja, RubicOnline

December 19, 2019

Girls Basketball has stayed positive since their first loss against Humbolt.

History of Thought (Ep 1): Ethics and Academic Honesty

History of Thought is a weekly podcast series.

Sameer Bijwadia, Contributor

December 12, 2019

Senior Sameer Bijwadia explores how ethical students perceive themselves near midterm exams.

The “Loneliest Generation” and the rise of technological life

Junior Nina Smetana looks at her phone in the Schilling Center.

Kat St. Martin-Norburg, Lucy Sandeen, and Quinn Christensen

December 16, 2018

While loneliness has no specific cause, some wonder if the rise of social media has contributed to our generation’s loneliness.

An inside look at fall sports managers

Girls varsity soccer manager Gabby Harmoning stands with her team.

Sara Browne, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

Managers are the backbones of sports teams; always ready to give their all. Their jobs may go unnoticed to the common fan’s eye, but they are a key part of the basic function of a team.

Girls Varsity Soccer beats Northfield for a homecoming win

Freshman Olivia Lagos jogs back to the halfway line.

Michael Forsgren, Social Media Manager

October 7, 2017

Girls Soccer fights through the rain to beat Northfield during a homecoming game.

Straub connects English and Chinese

Current ninth grader Ayla Straub walking along Hadrian's Wall in Northern England during the time she lived in England.

Sophie Jaro, The Rubicon Chief Visual Editor

December 12, 2016

After attending a Chinese Immersion school for 9 years, ninth grader Ayla Straub is now almost as good at Chinese as she is at English.