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GO FOR A RIDE. Biking is an excellent way to relieve stress and get outside.

[STAFF EDITORIAL] Get into gear for summer

The Rubicon Staff May 25, 2021
Biking can be done anywhere, anytime, and with very little risk of contracting COVID-19.
One way hallways, separated desks, sanitizing wipes, plexi glass, and masks are the new normal for students.

Anderson talks pandemic school safety

Elizabeth Trevathan, Director of RubicOnline October 29, 2020
Paul Anderson is an occupational and preventive medicine physician at Health Partners and medical director to several companies in the Twin Cities.

How to attend school safely

Zekiah Juliusson, RubicOnline September 20, 2020

School has implemented some new policies to keep the students and faculty safe. Music| Bensound All That|

CDC researcher tracks the mutations of the virus in hopes of finding treatment.

COVID-19 mutations strengthen the threat but help respond to the virus

Charlie Johnson, The Rubicon May 22, 2020

As the Covid-19 virus circulates through the world, many are left wondering when this will all be over and people can return to their normal lives. Covid-19 is still very new and the long term effects...

[WHERE’S MY PRIVACY] Ep. 4: School Network Capabilities (Safety and Limitations)

[WHERE’S MY PRIVACY] Ep. 4: School Network Capabilities (Safety and Limitations)

John Becker, Staff Writer April 29, 2020
Where's My Privacy? Is a podcast that explores privacy in our wired world.
Although it's not here yet, beware of a possible second wave of COVID-19.

A second wave of COVID-19?

Elle Chen, RubicOnline April 14, 2020
South Korean professor Jung Ki-Suck said, “the government needs to come up with responses for each of these variables.”
Top five news stories of 2019

Top five news stories of 2019

RubicOnline Staff January 8, 2020
Editor's picks for the Top 5 stories of 2019.
St. Paul continues to make streets safer for pedestrians, bikers, and drivers alike.

Speed limits decreases five mph to increase safety

Catherine Hooley, Staff Writer November 5, 2019
The City Council offers lowered speeds as a solution to safety for pedestrians.
Javier SanMiguel Yanez has to leave behind his Wife,  Kayla, and his four children — Javier, Emilia, Isabel and Petra.

St. Paul Safety erodes as gun violence continues

Lara Cayci, RubicOnline October 13, 2019
Twenty-three people have been killed in St. Paul so far this year, just one short of its deadliest year in the past decade: 24 for all of 2017.

“Stop for Me” law promotes safer streets

Rylan Hefner, Staff Writer May 21, 2018
Drivers need to recognize pedestrians’ safety as their responsibility, not their decision.
What roles does safety play in learning? The editorial asserts that protection leads to hypersensitivity and overreaction.

Staff Editorial: Too much safety limits perspective

The Rubicon Staff October 1, 2015
St. Paul Academy's hypersensitivity may leave students unprepared for the wider world.
Sophomore isabelle Bukovsan signs in to the building in Davern Commons.  Students who arrive at school before 7:30 or who stay after hours and on weekends must utilize the sign-in sheet.

Heckendorn consults to keep campus secure

Shaymus O'Brien, Staff Writer October 28, 2014

Columbine, Sandy Hook, Virginia Tech. These names are seared into history and school safety becomes a topic in need of planning and action. However, the families of St. Paul Academy and Summit School...

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