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Co-captain Shelby Tietel reflects on her final golf season

Golf Co-Captain Shelby Tietel likes to lead the team with a fun-first mentality.  “For most of our major matches, a lot of the teams tend to putt and chip to warm up before starting but our team typically is having so much fun that we forget to warm up because we’re talking and joking too much,” Tietel said.

Jasper Green, The Rubicon Editor

June 1, 2017

Senior captain of the St. Paul Academy girls golf team Shelby Tietel strives to create a fun loving atmosphere even in the toughest moments. Tietel believes that in order to become proficient in the sport, one must work on both their long and short games as much as possible. “Practice is determined by the players sin...

Girls golf team looks to build on past success and team camaraderie

Sophomore Lily Nestor hopes to improve her long game this season.

Flannery Enneking-Norton, Staff Writer

April 22, 2017

Even before the grass regrows its verdant spring color, the Girls Golf team will be at Hyland Range or Somerset Country Club putting holes and cracking jokes to build team unity for their upcoming season, especially the competitive conference and sections matches in May.   “Even though we aren't supe...

Senior Speech Illustrations: Week 15

Iya Abdulkarim, The Rubicon Editor

January 25, 2017

View the illustrations of lines from the senior speeches presented on Friday, Jan 20.

Street Style: Unexpected pops of color punctuate the sea of fall fashion neutrals

Senior Mary Grant selected her outfit she wore to her Senior Speech with care.

Mari Knudson, The Rubicon Editor

October 21, 2016

While most students don on neutral colors to match the grey fall weather, pops of bright colors can still be seen in the mix.

Students recount associations with various soup specialties

Data in the above infographic is based on a poll conducted by The Rubicon of 20% of the student body.

Sophie Jaro, Opinions Editor

February 11, 2016

St. Paul Academy and Summit School students consider soup as a snack, a meal and a vessel for memories.

People for Animal Welfare and Safety holds bake sale for Heifer International

Sophomores Mackenzie Kuller, Shelby Tietel, and Samantha Bluhm work at the bake sale to raise funds for Heifer International during their lunch period.

Nina Zietlow, Feature Editor

February 20, 2015

The revenue from the bake sale that People for Animal Welfare and Safety held from Feb. 19-20 during lunch periods will be donated to the charity Heifer International.

Red Bull Crashed Ice championship gives competitors wings

Ice cross downhill is a relatively new extreme sport which was created by the energy drink company Red Bull in 2001. It combines ice hockey, motorcross, and roller derby as four skaters are sent down in icy slope rife with obstacles.  Lombard has attended Crashed Ice in past years and once even participated in the opening ceremonies. “[Crashed Ice is] pretty crazy, but it’s still a pretty cool event,” sophomore Weston Lombard said.

Mari Knudson, In Depth Editor

February 16, 2015

As a part of the annual St. Paul Winter Carnival, Crashed Ice kicked off the Ice Cross Downhill World Championships on Jan. 23.

Denim, eighties, and Toms shoes infiltrate fall fashion trends on campus

Toms shoes are quick to put on and popular this fall.

Boraan Abdulkarim, Cover Story Editor

September 10, 2013

Fall means beautiful colored leaves, fresh apple cider, and, of course, the start of a new fashion season. The overarching theme? Throwback. “I’m seeing a lot of eighties,” freshman Shelby Tietel said. This fall’s trends include beaded tops and, statement sweaters, over the knee boots, fringe p...