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[WHERE’S MY PRIVACY?] Ep. 3: Facebook Privacy with Jack Guinan

[WHERE'S MY PRIVACY?] Ep. 3: Facebook Privacy with Jack Guinan

Thomas Reinhart, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

The lack of privacy for user's information on social media apps, specifically Facebook, is real.

Junior chemistry projects inspire creativity

“I am studying the effects of lead precipitate on a double replacement reaction on different concentration levels and seeing how they work with one another. So basically we’re trying to dilute lead to remove it from water by finding a precipitate to counteract the nitrate,” junior Arie Walker said.

Martha Sanchez, RubicOnline Editor

May 3, 2019

Juniors work to complete chemistry projects, a month long creative experiment in which students test and analyze chemical problems.

SPA competes in debate national qualifier

The SPA debate team strategies after the first round of eliminations.

Emma Sampson, RubicOnline Editor

December 13, 2018

On Dec. 8, SPA debate hosted and competed in the annual debate national qualifier.

Are you smarter than your smartphone?

Artificial Intelligence has been around for half a century, yet we still debate what it might mean for the future. “I feel indifferent about the future of artificial intelligence because I feel like whatever is going to happen inevitable. All my reference points are from sci-fi movies and television shows and they all portray artificial intelligence as threatening and to be feared. I don’t know if the future will be that,” sophomore Nora Povejsil said.

Sharee Roman, Staff Writer

January 5, 2017

Students weigh the possibilities of what artificial intelligence could bring in the future.