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St. Paul United earns second place in state championship game

The SPU players pose for a photo after winning second place in the state championships.

Stephanie Li, The Rubicon Editor

February 27, 2017

On Feb. 25, the Girls Varsity Hockey team played the Blake Bears for the state championship title at the Xcel Energy Center.

PHOTO GALLERY: St. Paul United beats Henry Sibley in section game 8-1 to advance to section final

PHOTO GALLERY: St. Paul United beats Henry Sibley in section game 8-1 to advance to section final

Stephanie Li & Breandan Gibbons, The Rubicon Editors

February 14, 2017

United Girls Varsity Hockey beat Henry Sibley 8-1 at their section game on Feb. 13. They will play Mahtomedi on Wednesday in the Section Final.

History department, clubs organize mock election

History department, clubs organize mock election

Quinn Christensen, Staff Writer

October 29, 2016

Students cast their vote, with results shared on Oct. 26 at school and the state mock-vote results shared on Nov. 1.

New students check out what Thursdays have to offer at Clubs Fair

Leaders from the IT Club let prospective members know that they'll work to make the community more tech-savvy this year.

Lauren Boettcher, Social Media Manager

September 16, 2016

The clubs fair is put on in the gymnasium every year and is an opportunity for freshman to try student groups.

Umpqua shooting raises questions about gun control

Lower Columbia College take a moment of silence in honor of the victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting on Oct. 1. SPA's Student Political Union has been discussing the event and the nation's response. “We [SPU] should definitely continue to discuss it and try our best to inform people on what is going on,” sophomore Numi Katz said.

Mari Knudson, Cover Story Editor

October 14, 2015

Student Political Union examines gun control and encourages the broader community to reflect as well.

Student Political Union offers space for passionate debates

From left to right, junior Eva Zaydman, senior Connor Allen, and junior Jordan Hughes participate in a Student Political Union meeting. “Being able to argue with people about politics; that’s why I go,” SPU president Lowell Naas said.

Katrina Hilton, Sports Editor

March 5, 2014

Earlier last month during a Student Political Union meeting, a student stormed out of the intense debate. SPU talks about a wide variety of topics every week: “[In early February] we talked about Obama care, gun control, and the Olympics,” SPU president Lowell Naas said. The topic that sparked the most d...