The Rubicon

Students and faculty go mad for May Madness

Every activity is worth a different number of points, depending on its complexity. Photos serve as verification that the challenge was completed.

Lynn Reynolds, RubicOnline

May 25, 2020

As a tribute to school spirit, students participated in May Madness this past month sending in photos of themselves performing fun activities to keep their class in the lead and possibly win a hilarious reward.

[GAME REVIEW] Trials Rising breaks expectations with amazing jumps

Whether playing alone or online with friends, Trials Rising lets the gamer determine how creative the adventure will be.

Zekiah Juliusson, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

Although Trials Rising tries to offer a physics-based gameplay, it is a personalized game where players can make the bike or character anything.

Alum Amini bikes across country for environmental awareness

Alum Ariana Amini ('13) poses for a photo next to her bike as she fixes a flat tire. Amini is part of an all-female team biking across the country to raise awareness for protection of U.S. public lands. “Now that I’ve immersed myself more in the issue I’ve realized how convoluted it is, and how many perspectives there are, and aspects that affect every element of environmentalism,

Quinn Christensen, The Rubicon Editor

May 3, 2018

Alum Ariana Amini ('13) is biking across the U.S. with the organization Women on Wheels for Wild Lands to advocate for public lands.