The Rubicon

Seniors bring knowledge and athleticism to college

Senior Alev Baysoy plans to attend Princeton University in the fall where she will play hockey. 
My goal for next year is to excel on the ice by always giving 100%,

Clare Tipler, News Editor

June 4, 2014

Athletics may seem like the last priority for St. Paul Academy and Summit School seniors during these busy last weeks of school, but for many students, athletics are an important part of the college process. Whether it’s playing a division one, two, or three sport, athletics are a great way to stay...

Senior Sonya Das named school’s Athena Award winner

Senior Sonya Das prepares to hit the ball.

Clare Tipler, Staff Writer

March 10, 2014

Athena, the Greek goddess of skill, power, strength, and dignity is not only a mythological character, but she also walks among us. Well, sort of. Senior tennis captain Sonya Das was named the 2013-2014 Athena Award winner at St.Paul Academy and Summit School. Das was the Class A singles tennis cha...

Girls Varsity Tennis prepares for sectionals with high hopes

Senior Aria Bryan and junior Eva Zaydman practice hitting volleys. “I know we have a lot of talent on the team,” Bryan said.

Hannah Johnson, Editor in Chief

October 2, 2013

With the state tournament approaching, the St. Paul Academy and Summit School Girls Varsity Tennis team is taking their game one step at a time. “I hope we stay focused on taking it one point at a time and not getting ahead of ourselves,” senior Aria Bryan said. The state tournament will begin on ...

Juniors visit colleges over spring break

Juniors visit colleges over spring break

Lucy Li, Cover Story Editor

April 4, 2013

Although visiting colleges might not sound quite as glamorous as a vacation to the beach or the streets of Europe, many juniors spent time over spring break traveling near and far to potential schools. Junior Sonya Das was one of those students. She visited Northwestern University and the University...