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The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

Top five A&E stories of 2023

1. Breaking down movie tropes: familiar clichés connect the films of decades ago with today’s newest releases (February 24)

Eliana Mann breaks down and analyzes popular movie tropes and warns of the danger of falling victim to discriminatory tropes.

2.[REVIEW] The Boygenius Legacy (April 15)

Siri Pattison talks about Boygenius, which has been one of the most popular indie rock bands of the last few years.

3. What song represents your high school experience? (April 28)

This story is readable and engaging with individual sections for each senior and song. Eliana Mann also included a colorful graphic and a Spotify embed that features all the songs mentioned.

4. [FOOD REVIEW] Crumbl Cookies offer more than enough to share (November 10)

Rita Li combines good photography and graphic design to create an engaging story with a fun color scheme and mouthwatering photos.

5. Now, that’s a Wrapped (December 6)

This story features many student voices and fun graphics with GIFs and Spotify and Twitter embeds. Siri Pattison uses many creative design tools to bring this Wrapped story together.

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Eliana Mann
Eliana Mann, Production Manager
My name is Eliana Mann (she/her). I work as the Production Manager for The Rubicon online, and this is my fourth year on staff. At school, I’m a captain of the varsity volleyball team, and am involved in Community Action and Service, Senior Class Leadership Council, and the freshman mentoring program. I love to spend quality time with my friends and family, watch sports games, and listen to music. I can be reached at [email protected].

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