The Rubicon

More than just a basketball player: community reacts to the death of Kobe Bryant

After her husband and daughter died in a helicopter crash, Vanessa Bryant posted

Bobby Verhey, Social Media Manager

January 27, 2020

Students reflect on NBA legend Kobe Bryant's sudden and unexpected death.

[GOOD FOR YOU] Have you been following through with your NYR?

Lynn Reynolds, Production Manager

January 23, 2020

On this week's GOOD FOR YOU, Lynn asked students about their New Year's resolutions.

Pump up songs get athletes ready to play

SPARTAN BEAT: Athletes choose music that speaks to them.

Mia Hofmann, Staff Writer

December 2, 2019

From Pitbull to Rocky IV, students and teachers share the pump up songs that mean the most to them.

[FILTERED] What’s your favorite sad movie?

Lizzie Kristal, The Rubicon

November 26, 2019

Students used snapchat filters to answer "what's your favorite sad move?"

Costa Rica fosters love for scientific research

Retired science teacher Beth Seibel-Hunt listens to juniors Izzy Medrano and Pilar Saavedra-Weis' findings from Costa Rica.

Sharee Roman, The Rubicon

October 3, 2019

On Wednesday, Sept 25, students from the summer biology research trip presented their findings.

An inside look at fall sports managers

Girls varsity soccer manager Gabby Harmoning stands with her team.

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.

SPA Thinks: Math vs. Science

“I think science is more important at this time in history because of how vital it is to saving the environment,” junior Clark Waltz said.

Martha Sanchez, RubicOnline Editor

October 25, 2018

The addition of the Hugh K. Schilling Center has sparked debate within students: which is better, math or science?