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[SENIOR STORIES] “What are you proudest of from your time at SPA?”

Michael Forsgren, Arts Critic June 3, 2019
Honest and interesting, listen to 47 seniors from the class of 2019 share their experiences.
Senior Emma Sampson working at CRAVE American Kitchen and Sushi Bar.

Jobs should count towards senior project hours

Emma Sampson, RubicOnline Editor April 24, 2019
Students with jobs struggle to balance senior project requirements.
Students hosted a bake sale to prepare for their trip to India.

India trip preparation focuses on multicultural experience

Julia Baron, The Rubicon Editor March 7, 2019
The group of students going to India over spring break has focused on preparing for their trip over the past weeks.
The Power of Questions: Gabby Harmoning

The Power of Questions: Gabby Harmoning

Nitya Thakkar, Aureus EIC February 15, 2019
Nitya Thakkar interviews senior Gabby Harmoning.
Bird Box memes created viral interest for the show, even amongst people who haven't seen it.

Twitter memes draws followers to Netflix’s Bird Box

Emma Sampson , RubicOnline Editor January 24, 2019
Memes as advertising? It seems to be working for Netflix's Bird Box.
SPA students took to Snapchat to share their favorite song.

[FILTERED] What’s your favorite song?

Bobby Verhey, RubicOnline Editor January 24, 2019
Students took to Snapchat, to share their favorite song with answers ranging from "Baby" to "Mo Bamba."
Senior Kayla Edmundson spins the images to reveal a different story as written by a Somali refugee who lives in Minnesota.

Somalis + Minnesota exhibit expresses refugee experience

Mimi Geller, Director of RubicOnline November 16, 2018
The History of Refugee Communities in Minnesota class attended the "Somalis + Minnesota" exhibit at the MN History Center to start their next unit on Somali refugees.
Girls varsity soccer manager Gabby Harmoning stands with her team.

An inside look at fall sports managers

Sara Browne, Staff Writer October 31, 2018
Managers are the backbones of sports teams; always ready to give their all. Their jobs may go unnoticed to the common fan’s eye, but they are a key part of the basic function of a team.
Grades took their class colors seriously and a bright rainbow could be seen across the gymnasium.

Homecoming kick-off assembly rallies Spartan spirit

Flannery Enneking-Norton, RubicOnline Editor October 2, 2017
Homecoming 2017 began with the annual kick-off assembly, which included an introduction of the German exchange students and the Spartan Beat led by a brand new spartan.
Harmoning and Less reflect on Jewish identity

Harmoning and Less reflect on Jewish identity

Stephanie Li, Photography Manager/Photo Story Editor October 2, 2016
Sophomores Gabby Harmoning and Ethan Less talk about their Jewish identity and how it shapes their everyday lives.
USC creates new social spaces

USC creates new social spaces

A.M. Roberts, Staff Writer May 27, 2016
Students now have more seating near the athletic entrance and Huss Center entrance.
Gabby Harmoning works as a madrichim in the Childcare Room at her temple on Sundays.  “[My favorite part about my job is] getting to bond with the kids… I think it’s fun,” Harmoning said.

Jewish students teach at local Hebrew schools, gain experience as madrichims

Isabel Saaverda-Weis, Staff Writer November 24, 2015
Student teachers (madrichims) help at local Hebrew schools and temples.
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