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[SPA THINKS] What’s your favorite water fountain?

“My favorite water fountain at SPA is the one next to the engineering room, like on the first floor of Schilling… because I have a lot of classes around that area and I use that one a lot,

Jenny Ries, The Rubicon

October 14, 2019

On this month's SPA Thinks, students spilled their thoughts on the best water fountain locations.

[STAFF EDITORIAL] Diversity should be considered when naming buildings

The names of the buildings become commonplace, while the people become decreasingly relatable.

RubicOnline Staff

March 14, 2019

Names of SPA buildings should represent the values of the modern school community.

The names behind the Randolph Campus

The newly constructed Driscoll Learning Center circa 1973, named for W. John Driscoll, class of 1947.

Isabel Gisser, Production Manager

March 2, 2019

The rich history behind SPA's major construction projects.

ASR and ATP students unveil fall projects, findings

Senior Betsy Romans laughs with former ASR teacher Beth Siebel-Hunt.

Tommy Stolpestad, The Rubicon Editor

December 14, 2018

The ASR and ATP students unveiled their over semester long research to faculty, friends and family on Dec. 11 in the Schilling Center.

With renovations shifting to Thompson, lockers must be emptied

With renovations shifting to Thompson, lockers must be emptied

News in Brief

November 14, 2018

Metal lockers will be a thing of the past this weekend, as the last of the hallway lockers are disposed of.

Gathering STE(A)M: design lab caters to student artists

Senior and Art Seminar student Lucie Hoeschen uses her sewing machine at home to work on her project. Now, however, she wishes to use SPA's sewing machines.

Mimi Geller, Director of RubicOnline

September 22, 2018

Sewing machines, vinyl printers and new materials spark artistic experimentation.

Sewing and wood cuts and lasers, oh my!

Students and faculty learn how to use the drill press.

Isabel Gisser, Production Manager

September 18, 2018

Trainings in the design lab open a wealth of creative possibilities for students, teachers, and classes.

2 Sides, 1 Issue: Do students need lockers?

Are backpacks enough, or are lockers needed for extra space?

Tristan Hitchens-Brookens and Kelby Wittenberg

September 14, 2018

In this 2 Sides, 1 Issue story, editors debate the necessity of student lockers throughout the school.

[PHOTO GALLERY] Students enjoy glimpse of change at Schilling viewing

Students peered out to see the new view that will overlook the front lawn in the Schilling open house on May 29.

Mimi Geller, Director of RubicOnline

May 29, 2018

Students and faculty meandered through the almost finished Schilling Center in an open house on May 29 during X-period.