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Studying for finals? For some, that means video editing

Senior Tommy Dicke works the iPhone video as Ian Scott, Tabeer Naqvi, and Peter Michel ready for a scene (that Ned Laird-Raylor will rush into).  “We’re doing one of the more traditional [horror films]: fear of death, fear of being trapped in the face of something that you can’t beat. [They’re] fairly stereotypical horror movie tropes but they’re pretty fun,” Scott said.

Stephanie Li, The Rubicon Editor

December 11, 2016

Instead of an exam, the test for Literature of Monstrosity students will be whether they can produce, direct, act, and edit.

Advanced Science Research grants scientific freedom and flexibility

Advanced Science Research grants scientific freedom and flexibility

Javier Whitaker-Castañeda, The Rubicon Editor-in-Chief

December 7, 2016

ASR students can truly research anything. From mussel burrowing habits, to fish learning patterns, to contamination due to roof runoff, it's all an option.

Senior Speech Illustrations: Week 12

Iya Abdulkarim, The Rubicon Editor

November 30, 2016

View the illustrations of quotes from the senior speeches given on Tuesday, Nov. 29.