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Intro to Sports: Alpine Skiing

Webster Lehmann, Videographer

February 1, 2017

The first installment of the "Into to Sports" video series follows the alpine ski team during practice.

Ski teams bundle up for cold temperatures

The Varsity Nordic ski team bundles up after the rescheduled Mesabi Meet. “To make sure I don’t freeze I wear lots of warm layers, a buff, and a hat, and hand and toe warmers are a necessity,” junior Nordic skier Dina Moradian said.

Jasper Green, The Rubicon Editor

January 10, 2017

For student members of the Alpine and Nordic ski teams, the temperature and wind chill are always on the mind. “It sucks to be wearing race suits because the wind goes right through them when you are on the chairlifts at races,” sophomore Alpine skier Ethan Asis said. In order to avoid suffering...

Alpine Ski team trains without snow

9th grader Kate Thomas rolls out her muscles during a dryland practice.

Jasper Green, The Rubicon Editor

January 1, 2017

Team works out at The Powerhouse and hopes that, with snow, the rest of the season will be downhill.

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.

Deciding between Punch and Pieology pizzas

Pieology Pizzeria offers easily customizable pizza, whereas Punch serves “traditional Neapolitan pizza in a traditional Neapolitan atmosphere,” sophomore John Soranno said.

Dianne Caravela, Staff Writer

March 20, 2015

When it comes to pizza, the Twin Cities are full of options. For years, the classic Neapolitan, oven fired pizza Punch Pizza in Highland Park offers has been the go-to restaurant for many St. Paul Academy and Summit School students. But with the opening of the new Pieology Pizzeria in Highland, has Punch met its match?

Students dive into winter activities

Freshman John Soranno trains at Echo Mountain Park, Colorado. “My favorite thing about skiing is the feeling [going down slopes] in a course and feeling all the things that I have been working on in skiing over the past year come together,” Soranno said.

Sarah Murad, Staff Writer

December 19, 2013

As the snow starts to fall, Minnesotans everywhere strap on their skates, skis, and snowshoes as they head out for the beginning of winter sports. A variety of winter activities are played at St. Paul Academy and Summit School, and for many students, the coming of the cold means the start of fast-paced...