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Film Club continues movie nights through Netflix Party

Film Club continues movie nights through Netflix Party

Lucy Benson, Rubicon

May 19, 2020

Film Club, known for their Friday night screenings of previously decided on movies, attempts to carry on movie nights through the Chrome extension Netflix Party.

Senior directors enjoy creative freedom of one-acts

Senior Henry Cheney introduces his One Act. This was Cheney's first year participating in the One Acts. “I felt like a camp counselor. I was happy that my actors listened to me,” Cheney said.

Liv Larsen, RubicOnline

February 7, 2020

From directing to experimenting with having three additional characters, the annual one-acts that happened last Friday were full of new experiences for students who directed them. 

One Acts cast lists announced

One Acts cast lists announced

December 11, 2019

One Act casts were announced today after auditions Dec. 9-10.

Political fashion: Students express political views through fashion choices

Sophomore Isobel Alm makes a statement with her shirt;

Julia Baron, The Rubicon Editor

February 19, 2019

Political fashion, whose popularity has been rapidly emerging during the late 10's is hot at St. Paul Academy and Summit School.

Film Club entices viewers with quotable theme, Friday night movies

Film Club stickers.

Lucy Sandeen, The Rubicon Editor

October 3, 2018

Film Club presidents seek to arrange a wide array of movie diversity.

Community Service Spotlight: Martha Slaven honors history through service

Martha Slaven volunteered at Gibbs Farm over the summer where she helped teach children about Dakota and pioneer people. “I think [the activities and educational opportunities] at Gibbs Farm really open kids up to a bunch of different perspectives and especially about the history of Dakota people,

Nitya Thakkar, RubicOnline Editor

October 27, 2017

Sophomore Martha Slaven spent her summer volunteering at Gibbs Farm, immersed in history and service learning.

A right and a privilege: addressing low voter turnout in the United States

A right and a privilege: addressing low voter turnout in the United States

Amodhya Samarakoon, Creative Design Manager

December 12, 2016

In general, voter turnout in the United States is shockingly low. According to FairVote.org, voting was at its highest at only 63.9% in 1960 between Republican candidate Richard Nixon and Democratic candidate/winner John F. Kennedy. It had plummeted to its lowest a couple decades before at 48.9% in 1924 bet...