The Rubicon

Finding fun fall activities while staying socially distanced

Sophomore Leni Nowakowski plays badminton to not only stay active but also enjoy the fall weather and stay distanced from friends.

Annika Rock, RubicOnline

September 24, 2020

There are many different fall activities students can participate in this year while have to stay distanced allowing for a fun filled fall season.

How does it feel to have essential worker parents on the front lines?

Raveendran's mother is one of the many medical workers that are currently working to battle COVID-19.

Alexandra Cardwell, RubicOnline

May 26, 2020

In a time of tremendous stress, suffering, and loss, the world’s medical workers, in addition to all essential workers, have been tasked with providing relief to all of those suffering from COVID-19. Meanwhile, the children of these heroes have been fully supportive and inspired by their efforts.

[WHAT’S IN MY BAG] Magnuson’s goodie bag revealed

Although junior Erin Magnuson's bag may look very plain on the outside, there is never a dull pocket.

Lynn Reynolds, Production Manager

February 26, 2020

Junior Erin Magnuson's bag carries many sentimental items.

Girls hockey beats Minnehaha in Tuesday game

Team members huddle and get advice from their coach.

Melissa Nie, Director of RubicOnline

January 16, 2020

United Hockey defeated Minnehaha Academy 11-3.

Unconventional ice rinks allow for frozen fun

Frozen lakes, if iced over enough, are the perfect place to skate. Especially in Minneapolis lakes, such as Lake Nokomis, where the U.S Pond Hockey Championships has occurred just this past weekend.

Lynn Reynolds, RubicOnline Editor

February 1, 2019

The most significant part of Minnesota winters is bundling up in gloves, coats, hats, scarves galore, only to take them off later, and the tying up of skates, usually in places that do not serve as full-time ice rinks. Of course, many Minnesotans end up populating indoor ice rinks, but it is not unusual to see a lake or iced over baseball field to have skate marks and hockey stick marks on them. Frozen Lakes  In Minnesota, among other Northern states where frigid temperatures are nothing new, ice fishing and...

Girls’ Lacrosse builds a future team

Hayley Hoffman and Erin Magnuson fight for the ball.

Lizzie Kristal, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018

The United Girls Lacrosse Team has intentions of competing with intensity, but the youth of the players may impact the result.