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Senior Libby Cohen's table was set for festivities.

Cohen celebrates Passover virtually via Zoom call

Jenny Ries, The Rubicon May 12, 2020
In the context of COVID-19, many Jewish families have had to get creative in order to keep the holiday alive.

Cohen uses her “teknowledge” to serve

Martha Sanchez, RubicOnline Editor October 4, 2019
Senior Libby Cohen works to assist those who need technology troubleshooting.
Sophomore Allison Audette throws the Frisbee.

[PHOTO GALLERY] Great River defeats girls ultimate

Liv Larsen, News Editor May 27, 2019
Spartan Girls Ultimate Frisbee lost to Great River Academy 3-15 on May 23.
“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.

Junior chemistry projects inspire creativity

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.
Senior and captain Rachael Johnson passes the frisbee against Cretin defender at the Girls Ultimate game against Cretin on Apr. 9 on Historic Lang Field.

[PHOTO GALLERY] To start season, girls ultimate plays with thrill

Mimi Geller, Director of RubicOnline April 10, 2019
The Girls Ultimate team defeated Cretin-Derham Hall in their season opener.

Students reflect on International Women’s Day

Martha Sanchez, RubicOnline Editor March 15, 2019
Students reflected on the significance and power of International Women's Day.
The French exchange students and hosts enjoyed winter activities during their visit Feb. 15-26.

French exchange creates connection

Claire Hallaway , The Rubicon Editor February 28, 2019
The French students were here from Feb. 15-26. The SPA students will travel over Spring Break in March.

Mending after the Tree of Life: Jewish students respond to synagogue shooting

Evelyn Lillemoe , The Rubicon Editor November 20, 2018
SPA's Jewish community copes with the aftermath of the Oct. 27 Pittsburgh tragedy.
A good, long cry can leave you in a much better place, allowing you to grow and face new challenges.

Why you should cry more: the dangers of suppressing emotions

Melissa Nie, RubicOnline Editor November 16, 2018
Letting your feelings out through tears has undeniable benefits.
With lots to do this week and next, it's important for students to balance their studying with quality breaks and stay off technology distractions.

Students give advice on minimizing stress during exams

Maren Ostrem and Aman Rahman May 30, 2018
Optimize study time effectiveness and succeed on finals by taking a few tips.

[FILTERED] Students and faculty talk favorite summer activities

Ellie Nowakowski May 17, 2018
Students and faculty respond to the question "what is your favorite summer time activity?"

Spartan on the Street: Ep. 5

Noah Raaum, Videographer April 5, 2018
If you could eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
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