The Rubicon

Thompson hallways close, lockers move (again)

Construction begins on the Thompson wing as renovations of the school continue.

Bobby Verhey, RubicOnline Editor

November 20, 2018

With renovation of Old Main ending, renovations of the Thompson wing began leading to a change in locker location.

With renovations shifting to Thompson, lockers must be emptied

With renovations shifting to Thompson, lockers must be emptied

News in Brief

November 14, 2018

Metal lockers will be a thing of the past this weekend, as the last of the hallway lockers are disposed of.

2 Sides, 1 Issue: Do students need lockers?

Are backpacks enough, or are lockers needed for extra space?

Tristan Hitchens-Brookens and Kelby Wittenberg

September 14, 2018

In this 2 Sides, 1 Issue story, editors debate the necessity of student lockers throughout the school.

6 Things your locker would tell you

Sophomore Sarah Murad admits to having a messy locker. “Usually I have five sweaters in there, and just loose papers everywhere, and I tend to lose most of my belongings in here, and find them weeks later,” she said.

Boraan Abdulkarim, Chief Visual Editor

January 29, 2015

The woes of being a locker told through SPA students.

Locker-popping amounts to vandalism

It may seem that a security risk is the primary drawback of locker-popping. However, the practice actually causes a much greater harm: damage to locker doors that is expensive and time consuming to fix.

Diane Huang, Staff Writer

April 19, 2014

Opening lockers is a tedious thing, taking a few seconds to put a combination in, concentrate, and hope that it works the first time around. Despite having more time in between classes thanks to the new schedule, students still pop their lockers to save the extra minute. When it comes to the harms of...