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Genetics class examines intersection between science and race

Senior Johnny Addicks O'Toole views the part of the RACE: Are we so different? exhibit at the Science Museum that discusses Native American mascots.

Noor Qureishy, The Rubicon Managing Editor

February 25, 2017

The Advanced Topics in Biology: Genetics class explored how social issues and science come together by visiting the RACE: Are we so different? exhibit at the Science Museum on Feb. 24.

High Low Glitter app provides personal way to share day

The High Low Glitter app was created by  an SPA alum  Stephanie Ross. The app launched in June 2014.  “It’s sort of anti-Facebook because it is so meaningful and intimate to share your day in a reflective and healthy way,” Ross said.

Clare Tipler, News editor

September 22, 2014

As communication moves online and face to face interactions dwindle, one St.Paul Academy and Summit School alum shares her fun family game with the online world. “I got the big idea in January 2013,” creator of High Low Glitter Stephanie Ross said, “and from there it just took off.” Ross,...

Drake Gallery hosts thought-provoking show

Sylvia Horwitz stands by her pictures in the Harry M. Drake Gallery at her show’s opening. “I was deeply moved and inspired by the Madres and Abuelas and wanted to make a visual
record of what I was experiencing,” Horwitz said.

Noor Qureishy, Staff Writer

November 25, 2013

Yellow light, like artificial sunshine, spreads over the walls, enveloping lined faces, fists held in defiance, startled pigeons, pain, joy, desperation, anger, all in a sea of creamy gold. There is a happy, almost innocent glow illuminating the pictures of people fighting to reclaim their loved...