The Rubicon

[SPOTIFY PLAYLIST] GVS hits the (perfect) ‘pitch’ for Homecoming

Midfielder Helen Bartlett said,

Bobby Verhey, Social Media Manager

September 26, 2019

The girls varsity soccer team takes on St. Anthony Village on Lang Field in the school homecoming game. Read to see the playlist they use to get ready for their games.

Spring season playoffs bud hope for state

At the end of each sports season, teams play a section tournament in hopes of making it to state.

Bobby Verhey, Social Media Manager

May 23, 2019

At the end of each sports season, teams play a section tournament in hopes of making it to state. Click here to read about how each team is preparing and their expectations for the tournament.

Advanced Science Research encourages variety in experiments

Junior Maddy Breton's zebrafish setup. Breton is among the many students who take ASR to further their passion for science.

Martha Sanchez, RubicOnline Editor

February 24, 2019

Advanced Science Research students have begun a variety of experiments that seek to discover new ideas.

Community evaluates value of science in current world

Junior Helen Bartlett works on her Chemistry homework.

Martha Sanchez, RubicOnline Editor

January 26, 2019

Students and teachers evaluate what science means to them.

Distance from distractions makes driving safer

A sign made by SADD at the Huss Center's parking lot exit reminds people to not text and drive.

Noor Christava, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

Security and Students Against Destructive Decisions set reminders for student drivers to make smart choices behind the wheel.

Falling flat on your face

“My friend and I were sitting in my dad’s bedroom. I was doing my nails and she was playing volleyball with a volleyball. She bumped the ball and hit the bottle of nail polish and it spilled everywhere on the carpet. It was hot pink nail polish on a white carpet. We tried to clean it up and we googled methods to get rid of it, but it wasn’t coming out. I tried vacuuming it and I sprayed hairspray on it, and we tried to soak it out, scrape, and scrub it, but it just made it worse. My dad then came home and cried about it. We haven’t replaced the carpet yet because it’s very expensive.” - 9th grader Nina Starchook

Lizzie Kristal, Rubicon Editor

October 28, 2018

Students and faculty stand back up after embarrassing moments.

Homecoming week’s twin day returns as a creative SPA favorite

Juniors Helen Bartlett and Martha Sanchez twin in their soccer gear.

Emma Sampson, RubicOnline Editor

September 25, 2018

Twin day during homecoming week allows for students to dress identically with both friends and teachers.

Continuing the chemical health conversation: marijuana legalization

Marijuana has been fully legalized (including medicinal and recreational use) in nine states, while many have only defined its use in medical treatment as legal. “One of the biggest things is that [marijuana legalization] allows a legal market, so it can be taxed. It also allows for job creation and private enterprise, so there's an entire new market to be entered; it's a great tax benefit for the government as well,

Sharee Roman, Photographer

January 29, 2018

The recent legalization of recreational marijuana in California sparked discussion of the merits and drawbacks of marijuana use and legalization.

PHOTO GALLERY: SADD hosts annual drunk goggle obstacle course

Junior Andrew Johnson fights for the ball during the drunk goggle course.

Emma Sampson, RubicOnline Editor

January 26, 2018

On Jan. 25 during X-period, SADD hosted the third annual drunk goggle obstacle course.