The Rubicon

Soles for Souls shoe drive ends sucessfully

The  Varsity Soccer teams and Community Action and Service teamed up to organize a Souls4Soles shoe drive during Homecoming week.

Dianne Caravela, Feature Editor

October 2, 2015

Soccer teams organized a drive to combat poverty via footwear for the underprivileged. The drive ended on Oct. 2.

Girls soccer works through losses to keep positive mindset

SOPHOMORE DINA MORADIAN FIGHTS for the ball during their match against Wayzeta on Aug. 27. “We’ve not gotten the results we’ve wanted now but sections are what counts. Don’t underestimate us based on our record,” junior Ella Matticks said.

Lauren Boettcher, News Editor

October 1, 2015

With four more games left in the season, the Girls Varsity Soccer team has a 4-7-1 record.

Service Spotlight: Rients bonds with family preparing meals at Sharing and Caring Hands

Senior Taylor Rients prepares food at Sharing and Caring Hands during the holiday season.

Emily Thissen, News Editor

September 9, 2015

Senior Taylor Rients spends time at Sharing and Caring hands providing for those who need it most.

Huss Center plans announced

Junior Daniela Tiedemann asks Architects Tim Carl and Nancy Blankford, along with Head of School Bryn Roberts, about plans for the Huss Center after the presentation   Questions ranged from entry points from the bus stop to environmentally friendly features that the new space will incorporate in the building.  “The number of performers we do have at this school is immense, and it’s at the point where the places we have to work with right now aren’t the best for the amount of kids that we have,” junior Asad Masood said.

Eva Perez-Greene, InDepth Editor

May 1, 2014

It’s final. St. Paul Academy and Summit School is building the Huss Center for the Performing Arts, a project that’s lingered patiently in the back of students’ and administrators’ minds since the 1980s. “The number of performers we have at this school is immense and its at the point where...

Sophomore retreat encourages bonding, service

Upper School Counselor Susanna Short speaks to the sophomore class about togetherness and class cohesion. “[The sophomore retreat] was a really good way to get to know everyone without forcing a connection,” junior Delaney Carter said.

Catherine Braman, Sports Editor

February 13, 2014

Service, community building, and a mystery bus ride are all on the agenda for the sophomore retreat, originally scheduled on Feb. 6-7. However, the administration has made a few changes to the plan because of the recent school cancellations due to the cold weather. The all day component that was supposed...