The Rubicon

Annie Kristal

College freshman Kristal makes one of her many Trillers at St. Catherine University's track.

Lizzie Kristal, The Rubicon

April 21, 2020

After moving back home from college, screens and Netflix have helped class of 19' alumni Kristal stay away from the constant buzzing of COVID-19 news.

The inconceivable influence of influencers

Drawing Credit: Tana Ososki

Will Schavee, RubicOnline

December 10, 2019

The impact that influencers have is not only on their audience but also the marketing industry as well.

THE VENT: Readers should expand media choices to holistically inform personal opinions

THE VENT: Readers should expand media choices to holistically inform personal opinions

Spencer Allen, Columnist

November 17, 2016

The narrowing of information and opinion sources for individuals has led to a deep political divide.

Column: Media-fueled public perception prevents progress

Column: Media-fueled public perception prevents progress

Nick Cohen, Columnist

February 18, 2014

If one were to look at a map of the United States charting reform, innovation, and collaboration, there would be a stark dichotomy the likes of which has never been seen before. In Silicon Valley, innovation blossoms, with young thinkers bringing every possible creation to life in what is one of history’s...

Column: Media should show equal worth among human lives

Column: Media should show equal worth among human lives

Nick Cohen, Columnist

January 21, 2014

Scrolling through headlines of the New York Times, there is a clear dichotomy of human worth that plagues the minds of countless Americans. “Bombings in Baghdad Kill More Than 2 Dozen Civilians.” “Suicide Bombing Near Pakistani Military Headquarters Kills at Least 13.” “American Soldier Ki...