The Rubicon

Common Ground intimately calls for social change

RAISE YOUR HAND. On April 17, Common Ground members spoke about their experiences of racism within and outside of SPA to educate the community. “Say who you want to be not who others tell you to be,” the group said. On April 24, Common Ground will be handing out ribbons to promote intersectionality and to echo the messages of their presentation.
April 17, 2018
On April 17, Common Ground members spoke about their experiences of racism within and outside of SPA to educate the community.

Film Club co-presidents reveal the facets of great film

Film Club co-presidents reveal the facets of great film
February 19, 2018
A Q&A with Film Club co-presidents Drew Fawcett and Noa Carlson touches on what makes powerful cinema.

Seven poets vie for Poetry Out Loud win

Senior Mira Zelle elicited strong reaction from the crowd with her rendition of
November 27, 2017
The school competition on Nov. 15-16 determined the finalists who will go to state in March.

JV and Varsity Softball join forces

Kathleen Bishop catches and prepares to throw the softball
April 25, 2017
Combination of teams revitalizes play and builds stronger bonds.

Carlson wins school wide Poetry Out Loud contest, moves on to state competiton

Junior Noa Carlson recites
December 9, 2016
This year's Poetry Out Loud winner from SPA is junior Noa Carlson, with sophomore Zoe Hermer-Cisek as runner-up.

Du Nord is a place full of love and independence for Carlson

Carlson’s entire family had gone to the camp every MEA break until she was in seventh grade.
November 9, 2016
Carlson has many happy memories as a family and as an individual in Du Nord.

Performing arts students rehearse for Huss Center opening night gala

Junior Emily Schoonover sings her solo in
October 11, 2015
The Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools have joined together to put on an amazing performance in the Huss Center Oct. 10 for St. Paul Academy and Summit School donors.
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