The Rubicon

Users give excessive amount of contemplation towards approval online

Users give excessive amount of contemplation towards approval online

John Wilhelm, News Editor

December 21, 2013

“I deleted all of my friends,” senior Sam Carlson recounted. “All but two. And I have alternative ways to talk to those two people, without Facebook. I don’t use it anymore.” Carlson is among the many students at St. Paul Academy and Summit School who are beginning to wane their Facebook...

Boys Varsity Football looks back on pregame rituals after a successful season

Boys Varsity Football looks back on pregame rituals after a successful season

Eva Perez-Greene, InDepth Editor

November 6, 2013

Students at St. Paul Academy and Summit School tend to focus on the real, exhausting, action-packed games which the Boys Varsity football team plays routinely in the fall. However, there’s another world outside of the playing field for football players: a world which goes unnoticed by students. Thi...

Senior boys drop the beat

Senior boys drop the beat

Ava Gallagher, Chief Visual Editor

October 23, 2013

On the bus ride to the Class of 2014’s junior retreat, multiple students in the back of the bus revealed some hidden talents. One of these students was senior Sam Carlson, who looks back on the experience of sharing his talent at the junior retreat quite fondly. “When I am in front of people I...

Spartan Football team ready for a turnaround season

Spartan Football team ready for a turnaround season

Ava Gallagher, Chief Visual Editor

September 19, 2013

Heading into this season, it’s safe to say no one was quick to put their faith in football team. However, the Spartans emerged victorious from their first game of the season against Spectrum High School. Perhaps this year attitudes towards the team need to be rethought. Junior middle linebacker, wide receive...