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Top five A&E stories from 2019

Top five A&E stories from 2019

RubicOnline Staff

January 14, 2020

2019 has been a big year of pop culture, which was reflected on RubicOnline, as A&E writers covered a wide variety of topics, from the school spirit fashion of Homecoming Week to a local coffee stand working to battle homelessness.

[TRENDING] Ep. 8 Painting with Lara Cayci

Welcome to the first episode of Trending, Season Two, covering Lana Del Rey's new album.

Liv Larsen, RubicOnline

October 19, 2019

Listen to Junior Liv Larsen interview Lara Cayci about her paintings.

[PODCAST] Batman, Spiderman became Delgado’s first beloved comics

Upper school principal Max Delgado has decorated his office to match his passion for comic books.

Lara Cayci, Staff Writer

May 10, 2019

US Principal Max Delgado talks about his favorite comics from throughout his life.

Aircraft upgrades: the rise of ‘jet fighter’ parenting

Students weigh the benefits of jet fighter and helicopter parenting.

Annika Rock, Staff Writer

March 25, 2019

There are many styles of parenting, but two particularly stand out: jet fighter and helicopter parenting styles.

What’s Lara Cayci’s greatest painting skill? Patience.

Cayci's finished paintings are often renderings from photographs she's taken.

Tana Ososki, Interactive Storytelling Team

September 29, 2018

Sophomore Lara Cayci certainly has a gift for painting, but she certainly did not achieve this talent without hard work or patience.

Students express gratitude towards teachers

9th grader Jack Biggs with US History teacher Andrea Moerer. “I really appreciate Dr. Moerer because she helps me study for my tests when I’m stressed and always makes sure I thoroughly understand the things we’re learning in history.” Biggs said.

Liv Larsen, Staff Writer

May 17, 2018

Teachers should always be appreciated, and National Teacher Day on May 8th gave students a reason to convey their thanks to their teachers. 9th graders Lara Cayci, Jackson Biggs, and junior Max Moen expressed their appreciation to their language teachers, while junior Mia Litman and 9th grader Jackson...