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[STAFF EDITORIAL] “Hey, RubicOnline: I like this Editorial.”

[STAFF EDITORIAL] “Hey, RubicOnline: I like this Editorial.”

RubicOnline Staff

May 17, 2019


Filed under EDITORIAL, OPINION, TOP STORIES

Praise from one’s peers can seem more authentic than recognition in front of the entire school.

Cold students look for a warm solution

Cold students look for a warm solution

Zekiah Juliusson, Staff Writer

March 13, 2019


Filed under OPINION

A warm walkway would help students learn, prevent illness and feel comfortable in their school.

[STAFF EDITORIAL] Students need to show appreciation of teachers through respect

[STAFF EDITORIAL] Students need to show appreciation of teachers through respect

The Rubicon Staff, Editorial

November 20, 2018


Filed under EDITORIAL, OPINION

Although gender and veteran status impact the degree of respect teachers are given, it shouldn't.

English Department continues electives conversation during MEA professional day

English Department continues electives conversation during MEA professional day

Evelyn Lillemoe, The Rubicon Editor

October 18, 2018


Filed under NEWS

English department looks to the future with a reimagining of their course offerings.

Engaged learning comes to life on field trips

Engaged learning comes to life on field trips

Chloe Morse, The Rubicon Editor

March 2, 2018


Filed under OPINION

Out of classroom learning needs to be incorporated into the curriculum for the benefit of class development, and students.

What’s your learning style?

What’s your learning style?

Iya Abdulkarim, Feature Editor

September 30, 2015


Filed under FEATURE

Different people learn in different ways depending on their dominant learning type: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. No matter which or how many types someone falls under, there are a few methods for studying effectively for each.

Judging peers on a lack of knowledge prevents the deepening of conversation

Mari Knudson, In-Depth Editor

March 12, 2015


Filed under OPINION

Students sit around a Harkness table, nervously glancing at each other in silence until a confident few speak up. However, as those few students finish speaking, the conversation dies off for lack of new insights. This common situation often arises after a controversial question is posed in classrooms....