The Rubicon

Bogdan clothing appeals to a student market

Elle Chen, RubicOnline

February 3, 2020

Sophomore Jack Bogdan has a pretty interesting story to tell: he sells his own merch.

Cooking and calculus can be equally helpful; life skills should be taught in school

Cooking and calculus can be equally helpful; life skills should be taught in school

Catherine Hooley, Staff Writer

February 1, 2020

If students are taught how to deal with ordinary things an adult has to go through at a younger age, it could lead to more financially successful and less stressed out young adults.

Cheng auditions for Jeopardy in hopes of becoming… Pope

US English Teacher Vincent Cheng entertains his students with his witty jokes and funny stories.

Will Schavee, RubicOnline

December 6, 2019

US English teacher Vincent Cheng auditions to be on Jeopardy and shares his experience with funny and witty responses.

Feeling burned out? Ignite your inner self with a road trip

Feeling burned out?  Ignite your inner self with a road trip

Sam Hanson, Staff Writer

May 18, 2017

Embrace the road trip and resist confining emotions.

Want to learn during the summer? Get a job.

Want to learn during the summer? Get a job.

Annie Bottern, Staff Writer

March 13, 2017

Spring Break is an excellent time to be thinking about applying for a summer job.

Ignorance and indifference to socioeconomic diversity persists

Wealth colors how actions are perceived and what access is granted, yet it is frequently absent from student conversation at St. Paul Academy and Summit School.

Staff Editorial

March 17, 2015

Fifty Shades of Grey topped box offices in its opening weekend: but how would this novel turned film have performed if its protagonist, Christian Grey, wasn't a billionaire? Wealth colors how actions are perceived and what access is granted, yet it is frequently absent from student conversation at St. P...