The Rubicon

“No Exit” fulfills directors’ long-held anticipation

While the other acts explored topics of life, “No Exit” by Jean-Paul Sartre depicted the possibilities of what might come after.

February 17, 2018

Senior Dianne Caravela said that her actors "cared about the show as much as we did which was so cool."

Close knit girls XC team aims to win through laughing and bonding

The Cross Country team comes together in a huddle before the race.

Jenny Sogin, The Rubicon Editor

October 29, 2017

Two Girls Cross Country earned a spot at state competition this Saturday at St. Olaf College. The supportive team dynamic is part of what got them there.

SSJ Global writes for safe college sexual assault policies

SSJ GLOBAL members get organized and motivated for their letter writing campaign under the leadership of co-presidents Moira McCarthy and Kathryn Schmechel. “I don’t want there to be the chance that if [sexual assault] happens, that nothing would be done about it,” Schmechel said.

Mari Knudson, In Depth Editor

October 23, 2014

As upperclassmen start to consider what colleges they would like to apply to, they ask themselves many questions in order to narrow down their prospective list of schools. They debate the benefits of urban campuses versus rural, staying in Minnesota or going to school out of state, going to the East...