The Rubicon

PEP pulls invasive species by the Mississippi

Advisor Mary Lincoln and PEP President Iris Shaker-Check holding the invasive buck thorn roots that plague Crosby Farm Park.

Emma Sampson, RubicOnline Editor

November 13, 2018

The PEP student club travelled to Crosby Farm last week to pull invasive species.

Class Retreats facilitate transition

From left: seniors Ann Hill, Josh Johnson, Dylan White, Emun Solomon, Lowell Naas, and Bryant Carlson write notes during their retreat on April 2. “ A large part of the purpose is to... acknowledge where you’ve come from, and acknowledge where you’re going,”  SCLC advisor Eric Severson said.

Eva Perez-Greene, InDepth Editor

May 1, 2014

As seniors prepare to depart on Senior Project and juniors plan to rise to privileges, retreats help guide them on the path to their next step. Plans for junior retreat are underway and as the much anticipated tradition approaches, juniors, who’ve heard a wide variety of stories from their older...

How does your Garden grow?

How does your Garden grow?

Lucy Li, Online Editor-in-Chief

June 6, 2013

Lincoln Cultivates Award Winning Garden If you ever visit Upper School Math teacher Mary Lincoln by her desk in the math department, ask her about the picture of the lush green garden on her cabinet. That’s her garden, grown in her own little backyard plot and a participant in the Macalester Grovela...