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[WHERE’S MY PRIVACY?] Ep. 3: Facebook Privacy with Jack Guinan

[WHERE'S MY PRIVACY?] Ep. 3: Facebook Privacy with Jack Guinan

Thomas Reinhart, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

The lack of privacy for user's information on social media apps, specifically Facebook, is real.

Athletes struggle with shrinking the school

Students gather in Huss at 3:oopm after their last class of the day.

Simon Assefa, Staff Writer

November 6, 2019

Shrinking the school is a safety measure, but for athletes it may cause some problems.

Don’t lock students out of the process

Don't lock students out of the process

Will Schavee, RubicOnline

September 25, 2019

Changes, like the locked exterior doors, need to start with a clear explanation of what’s being integrated into the day before it happens.

Car theft a reminder to be vigilant about belongings

The Huss and Drake parking lots are monitored by security cameras, yet those aren't always enough to catch a theft

Kat St. Martin-Norburg, Opinions Editor

April 3, 2019

The St. Paul Academy and Summit School campus is a relatively safe campus compared to most high schools. Students feel free to leave laptops, backpacks, and coats unattended, and can be confident to find them exactly where they were left. Thefts and break-ins are a rarity, so it's even more jarring when...

[STAFF EDITORIAL] Inclusive communities start with recognizing members’ stories

We know security team members by their badges and neon vests - but do we know their names? Do we know their story?

RubicOnline Staff

November 30, 2018

The student ignorance of the community members that do not inherently interact with us has gone on too long.

Part time security officers outnumber full timers

A security officer waits outside in the morning to monitor the traffic and safety of the students.

Mimi Geller, Director of RubicOnline

October 31, 2017

All students interact with SPA's five full time and seven part time security officers on a daily basis.

School introduces updated security plan

Upper School Science teacher Steve Heilig waves his hat with seniors (L to R) Michael Wlkens, Katherine Jones, Kristen Datta, Steven Go-Rosenberg, and Cristina Zarama to gain the attention of his advisory as students gathered out on the soccer fields during the fire drill.

Clare Tipler, Staff Writer

September 26, 2013

St. Paul Academy and Summit School announced revised fire, lock-down, and general security procedures during a grade 6-12 assembly held on Sept. 16. After careful review this past summer, faculty administrators determined that the previous fire emergency safety locations (generally the sidewalks surrounding...

Administration looks for input on security policies

Hannah Johnson, Sports Editor

May 9, 2013

At promptly 8:05 am on any weekday, a group of St. Paul Academy and Summit School students crowd at the Briggs Gymnasium entrance, anxiously waiting for someone to open the locked doors and let them into the school. These doors, which most students enter the school through every day, lock everyday at...