The Rubicon

Senior Hannah Stanley knows breadth of careers in biology

Stanley knows that life events can prevent people from getting the extensive education required to become a traditional doctor, but that doesn't exclude them from medicine.

Sophie Jaro, Chief Visual Editor

April 11, 2017

Stanley comes from a very biology-oriented family.

Senior Speech Illustrations: Week 18

Iya Abdulkarim, The Rubicon Editor

February 4, 2017

View the illustrations of excerpts from the senior speeches given on Thursday, Feb. 2.

Improve testing confidence with high power poses, optimism, meditation

Jonny Addicks O'Toole does a power pose for Online Editor in Chief Diane Huang’s video on power poses.

Diane Huang, Online Editor-in-Chief

February 5, 2016

From power poses to meditation, simple changes in posture and mindset can have seriously beneficial side effects.

San Bernardino shootings reemphasize discussions on gun control

San Bernardino shootings reemphasize discussions on gun control

Clare Tipler, Sports Editor

December 9, 2015

The shootings happened on Dec. 2 during a Christmas party and was the most deadly shooting since Sandy Hook in 2012.

Community Service Spotlight: Stanley educates public on wildlife at Como Zoo

Sophomore Hannah Stanley (back row, sixth from the right) and other Nature Walk volunteers.

Diane Huang, Online Editor-in-Chief

May 27, 2015

Sophomore Hannah Stanley shares her experience as an interpreter at Como Park Zoo and Conservatory.

Online activism enables new generation to take action

Sophomore Hannah Stanley uses social media for activism.

Noor Qureishy, In Depth Editor

May 7, 2015

Students use social media as a tool for activism. While it comes with its own set of benefits and detriments, is has still become a force to be reckoned with in recent years.

Volunteering provides unforgettable summer experiences

Freshman Ella Matticks works with younger soccer players through the Sampaku Program to give back to the community. She has worked with the Sampaku Program before and plans to complete her sophomore service hours in the program.  “It’s awesome because the same kids come week to week and we all know each other which makes them more excited to play and learn about soccer,” Matticks said.

Emily Thissen, Sports Editor

May 31, 2014

Summer is a time for relaxing and having fun in the sun. For the Class of 2017, it will also be a time for giving back to the community. For students entering the tenth grade at St. Paul Academy and Summit School, there is a service hours requirement. Every student must complete 12 hours of community...