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CAS takes a new approach to Service Day

Schein illustrates the history of the Minneapolis Foundation and its objectives.

Noah Raaum, Videographer

April 24, 2018

Students of St. Paul Academy and Summit celebrated the third bi-annual Service Day with an assembly.

GVB wins first home game of the season

Senoir Kelly Fiedler shoots at the hoop.

Tristan Hitchens-Brookins, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017

Spartan Girls Varsity Basketball brings fans an exciting win on the home court.

Students celebrate Thanksgiving through volunteer work

Seniors Stephanie Frisch, Marlee Baron, and Nik Elsaesser volunteered at Meals on Wheels on Thanksgiving morning.

Annabelle Bond, Staff Writer

November 24, 2017

Students gathered early Thanksgiving morning to volunteer with Meals on Wheels.

Sharing genes and jeans

Bean there together. Emily and Delaney Carter in Chicago. “It’s fun to see her,” Carter said, “but it sometimes gets kind of annoying because I’m so used to not having her home --and then she’s just there.” Carter said.

Iya Abdulkarim, The Rubicon Editor

December 15, 2016

SPA siblings cherish their relationships, but also love taking their sibling's clothes when they leave.

Girls Varsity Basketball ends season with section game vs. Concordia Academy

The St. Paul Academy and Summit School Girls Varsity Basketball team lost 17-56 against Concordia Academy at Concordia Academy on Mar. 3.

Boraan Abdulkarim, Editor in Chief

March 4, 2016

As a wrap-up to the season, the Girls Varsity Basketball team played their final section game against Concordia Academy at Concordia Academy, which they lost with a final score of 17-56. “When my teammates are shooting free-throws, I always say ‘bend your knees, follow through, knock it down’ because coach always says that,” Post play...

Sophomores balance two science courses

Sophomores Iya Abdulkarim, Emily Carter and Emma Hills work on problems in Honors Chemistry.

Emily Thissen, News Editor

October 1, 2015

Due to recent changes in the science curriculum, sophomore students were offered Biology and Chemistry. Twelve