The Rubicon

Milo Zelle was inspired by an image of Martha’s Vineyard when he created this piece. Zelle focused on highlighting the contrast of shapes in the piece to highlight the chaos of the scenery. “The photo that this was based upon was taken after a massive storm which destroyed many boats, docks, and houses,” Zelle said.

Painting the future: art workshops build skill and community

Jake Hosszu, RubicOnline December 12, 2019
Joy Lieberman's painting workshops give students in grades 5-12 a place where they can work on their artistic abilities and focus on varied aspects of painting.

Do seniors know the 9th graders?

Mimi Geller, Director of RubicOnline April 22, 2019
We asked seniors to name five 9th graders in 15 seconds and asked 9th graders to name five seniors in 15 seconds.
Children play on the border fence in Tijuana, Mexico.

Violence at U. S. / Mexico border spurs debate

Elizabeth Trevathan and Salah Abdulkarim December 18, 2018
Students believe immigrants should not be forced out of the U.S.
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