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Stay involved in the primary races even if you can’t vote in March

Stay involved in the primary races even if you can’t vote in March

Martha Sanchez, RubicOnline

February 28, 2020

Many younger students within the community - even seniors who are able to vote - remain uninformed of the state of the race or the positions of the candidates.

New USC representative Hartfeldt on environmentalism, sustainability, and leadership

New USC representative Hartfeldt on environmentalism, sustainability, and leadership

Julia Baron, The Rubicon

December 4, 2019

The mid-fall elections gave the sophomore class a new student body representative: Maura Hartfeldt.

Change in gender inequity is voters’ responsibility

Change in gender inequity is voters’ responsibility

The Rubicon Staff

April 19, 2015

In order for gender equity to happen in student leadership, students must take action and vote thoughtfully during elections.

Students vote for new leaders in elected groups

Students vote for new leaders in elected groups

Nina Zietlow, News Editor

April 23, 2014

As the school year comes to a close a new kind of excitement is alive in hallways, the much anticipated student elections. Students from all grade levels have the opportunity to run for elected positions on Upper School Council, Student Activities Committee, and Discipline Committee. Elections for leadership...

Mayoral campaigns showcase local issues and controversies

Noah Shavit-Lonstein, Feature Editor

May 3, 2013

Odd-numbered years are often quieter on the political front. Presidential and congressional elections never fall in them, and most governors are elected in even years too. But the Twin Cities keep activists active with mayoral elections in both major cities, as well as several large suburbs. The local...