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Address racial profiling, white privilege in the pandemic

Address racial profiling, white privilege in the pandemic

Jenny Ries, The Rubicon

May 23, 2020

Many forms of privilege have been highlighted by the pandemic, such as class, economic and job stability, access to healthcare, and technological availability for at-home work.

Appreciate the book raffles by reading more

The book raffles are free for students and therefore getting free books should be covered by students.

Zekiah Juliusson, RubicOnline

March 1, 2020

Reading has many health benefits including reducing stress and it should be encouraged.

[THROWBACK REVIEW] Travis Scott combines styles to produce Rodeo

[THROWBACK REVIEW] Travis Scott combines styles to produce Rodeo

Thomas Reinhart, Staff Writer

February 20, 2020

Travis Scott's Rodeo, which is filled with great, unique songs as well as wonderful features provided by credible artists, is the best Rap album of 2015.

Posthumous music releases: the debate won’t die

Posthumous albums allow musicians work to live on... but does it add to a legacy?

Jonas Bray, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

From the very positive reaction Circles by Mac Miller received, to the polar opposite reaction for Bad Vibes Forever by X, it’s clear that the music community feels divided over posthumous music.

Introversion is environmental

Tana Ososki, RubicOnline

December 10, 2019

Introverts can be formed by the environment around them, if that is either from trauma or viewing the way that their parents act and following their tendencies.  The events that happen around a child have high impacts in their future life. Even something as small as a loud sound as a baby can ca...

Detentions: are they the right way to deal with problems?

It’s time for disciplinary philosophy to change and for school officials to start using punishments that work instead of using detention as a catch-all punishment for even the most minor infractions of school rules.

Henry Burkhardt

October 29, 2019

Detentions are an oversimplified, overused answer to a larger problem.

Greta Thunberg vs. the thousands of people who came before her

The face of the environmental justice movement became Greta Thunberg in September, but it needs to return to the people of color who started the movement.

Elizabeth Trevathan, RubicOnline

October 9, 2019

The environmental justice movement didn’t start with Greta Thunberg, and it shouldn’t end with her.

Homecoming week is over. Keep the spirit alive.

Unless the Spartan is there, the cheers are nonexistent. Show school spirit.

Lynn Reynolds, Production Manager

October 2, 2019

Unless the Spartan is there, the cheers are nonexistent.

[PHOTO STORY] Thursday’s Democratic debate shined light on candidate’s priorities

Lucia Granja, RubicOnline

September 13, 2019

The recent debate sparked an interesting conversation for students.

When the Opinion Board returns, students determine its value

When the board opens next week, stop by. Start a conversation. Respond to a post. Keep it going.

Lucia Granja, RubicOnline

September 5, 2019

The opinion board will stay, but that choice will prove meaningless if students don't use it.

Your unnecessary comments are hurting those around you

Illustration by Lucia Granja

Lucia Granja, RubicOnline Editor

May 23, 2019

It’s very damaging to receive feedback about something that you can’t change.