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The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

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SAFETY ALL MONTH LONG. C3 co-Chairs Andy Allen and Clara Ann Bagnoli introduce Community Partnership Month during an X-period assembly in Huss on Sept. 18. The topics discussed and practiced each week will range from fire safety to active shooter protocol. Allen said, “Some topics will be more sensitive to some individuals.”

Community Partnership Month seeks to build awareness instead of practicing drills

Orion Kim, Rubicon September 27, 2023
See behind the scenes of Community Partnership Month.
ELECTION SHOWDOWN. Many of the freshman candidates for USC rep stand together after delivering their speeches in Huss. The process was new, exciting, and nerve-racking for a lot of them.

[BREAKING NEWS] Class Representatives Announced

Shefali Meagher, RubicOnline May 11, 2023
CAST YOUR VOTE. Students in ninth, tenth, and eleventh grade who were running for class representative delivered their speeches in class meetings today, May 11. The results were announced in the afternoon on the same day.
VOTE FOR ME. Rishi Bhargava and Humza Murad speak during X-Period assembly May 4 about their qualifications to become the new co-presidents of STC. A voting form was sent after assembly, and Bhargava and Murad will rise to the co-president position this month for next year.

[BREAKING NEWS] Student leadership announced

May 4, 2023

Officer speeches and the election began the process of securing student leadership for 23-24. Representative voting will take place May 11 in class meetings. USC: Co-Presidents: Henry Choi and Audrey...

BREAKING APART. Returning to treating C3 as a valued part of student culture and support will create the environment the new staff this year is trying to emulate.

The power of peer support

Zadie Martin, RubicOnline March 14, 2023
Humans have thrived off of support from peers and people in their community for as long as they've been around.
STAR OF DAVID. The Star of David is one of the most visible symbols of Judaism and one senior Lillith Greene-Freeman said, in her speech, that she hesitates to wear some days.

[STAFF EDITORIAL] Antisemitism is on the rise. Let’s do something about it.

RubicOnline Staff December 1, 2022
Microaggressions, like jokes and rude comments, towards Jewish students set a culture where it's ok for antisemitism to exist.
FAIR GAME. Student Activities Committee leaders Mimi Huelster and Autumn Spaulding consult with SAC advisor Mallory Schmidt to make an announcement
at the ping-pong tournament Sep. 19. SAC planned a variety of activities for each day of homecoming week. “Organizing ping pong was
super fun,” Huelster said. “It was a pain to only have one table but it was still really awesome.” SAC did a great job of setting a tone of keeping tradition
while adding new opportunities for student participation.

Mutual engagement is essential for student voice

Orion Kim, The Rubicon October 18, 2022
Communication between students, student-led groups, and administration is crucial for a optimal school community.
Upper School elections candidates speak on the process

Upper School elections candidates speak on the process

Alison Mitchell, RubicOnline May 16, 2022
Look back at the experience of running for an officer position on a student council or committee.
A meeting with Committee took place today during the asychorous Wednesday flex day.

USC and C3’s joint proposal for Committee on Racism passes and are set to work

Alexandra Cardwell, RubicOnline March 10, 2021
A Committee on Racism was recently proposed to explore how racism impacts the SPA community
The votes are in

The votes are in

News in Brief May 9, 2019
The votes are in for officer elections.
Campaign posters from the May 10 election.

Newly elected officers share plans for next year

Lizzie Kristal, Staff Writer June 2, 2018
Three chairs of elected student groups share their visions for next year.
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