The Rubicon

Student’s music listening habits and influences

Sophomore John Connelly listens to his music during his spare time. Many students use their mood as a guide for their music playlists. “The music I listen to really emits my mood, like when I’m calm I won’t listen to loud music because it doesn’t feel right,”  Connelly said.

Gitanjali Raman, Online Managing Editor

May 6, 2015

Listening to music is an integral part of many student's lives and can be a means for them to express their personalities.

Upper School Council works to revise cell phone policy

Sophomores use phones during X period. “We want to create a policy that accommodates the needs of the students as well as the faculty,” sophomore USC representitive Alena Porter said.

Patrick Commers, Staff Writer

October 23, 2013

The idea of letting students use their cellphones during the day has started a discussion in St. Paul Academy and Summit School’s Upper School Council and around the school. “We should be able to use our phones during the day for a certain reason, not going on Facebook or Twitter. Texting or calling...