The Rubicon

A war on words: feminism vs. egalitarianism

A war on words: feminism vs. egalitarianism

Webster Lehmann and Ellie Findell

February 1, 2018

Two side, one issue: should we use the word feminism to describe gender equality?

Two Sides, One Issue: Should students say yes to new experiences or play it safe?

Two writers give their thoughts about saying yes and no to new experiences.

March 1, 2017

Students discuss whether it's a better option to be cautious and consider one's options before taking a new leap or if it's more beneficial to be spontaneous and say "yes" to everything.

Two Sides, One Issue: Bathroom restrictions are for kindergarten, not high school

In high school, students should be able to go to the bathroom when the please during class.

Ellie Findell, RubicOnline Editor

February 13, 2017

If students have to go to the bathroom at an appropriate time than they should be able and if they miss something important than they should understand it is their responsibility to catch up.

Two Sides, One Issue: Teachers should reform their bathroom break policy

When students take bathroom breaks, they often use them to do a multitude of things, fill their waters, talk to their friends, and wander the halls. With classes happening every other day, it's harder for teachers to track how often their students are leaving.

Lauren Boettcher, RubicOnline Chief Story Editor

February 7, 2017

Allowing time during class for all students to use the bathroom can help avoid unnecessary bathroom breaks while still giving students freedom.