The Rubicon

‘Tis the season: looking ahead to video game releases

Students at St. Paul Academy are no exception to the hordes of buyers scrambling for the latest games. “I’m planning on getting Witcher 3. I’m planning on getting Evolve, if it’s any good . With video games with me, it’s more of a ‘Is it going to be any good?’ thing because with a lot of stuff it’s hard to find out if it’s any good or not,” sophomore Cole Staples said.

Paul Watkins, Science & Technology Editor

December 3, 2014

With the holiday season fast approaching, many video game publishers are rushing to release their latest and greatest games for people to buy. Big companies like Nintendo are putting out new installments in their franchises with the new Super Smash Bros., Pokemon, and Bayonetta games out or soon to be...

Construction Transforms Randolph Campus

Construction on the Randolph Campus continues during the school day.

Paul Watkins, Science and Technology Editor

October 6, 2014

Looking out toward the Lily courtyard, the view of rubble, accented by bright-yellow cranes, dominates the scene. At Saint Paul Academy and Summit School, it becomes impossible to not let the construction affect the Randolph campus. After all, the Huss Center for the Performing Arts, the construction’s...