The Rubicon

Junior class distanced lunch meeting cancelled due to absences

Jonas Bray, RubicOnline

May 14, 2020

On May 11, there was a scheduled time for the junior class to meet and have lunch together, but it was canceled due to a lack of interest from the students.

QUIZ: Baby match-up, teacher edition

QUIZ: Baby match-up, teacher edition

Mimi Geller, Director of RubicOnline

April 25, 2018

Do you think your know your teacher's children? Take this quiz to find out.

Mandatory positive activities strengthen the community

Letters of thankfulness that sophomores wrote have been arranged to read

Kelby Wittenberg, Chief Visual Editor

November 30, 2017

By making acts of kindness mandatory, grade leaders strengthen the community of both grades and the high school as a whole.

Spring French, German trips cancelled in response to political instability

Students on the German (top) and French (bottom)  exchange trips during spring of 2015. St. Paul Academy and Summit School’s spring tourist trips to France and Germany have been cancelled due to instability in both countries relating to the Syrian Refugee Crisis and France recently declaring a state of emergency after the numerous attacks by ISIS. “The trips are meant to be fun… I don’t want terrorism to stop us from having this really good experience, however France declared a national state of emergency after the attacks… it just seems like asking for trouble,” Upper School French teacher Sophie Kerman said.

Ethan Less, Staff Writer

December 10, 2015

Heightened security in France and Germany could impede the ability of travelers to have a full educational experience; as a result the Language Department cancelled the spring trips.