The student news site of Robinson High School


The student news site of Robinson High School


The student news site of Robinson High School


The completed bars fresh out of the oven, with chocolate chips slightly melted on top.

MidKnight Snacks: chocolate chip shortbread bars

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief May 24, 2021

I love chocolate chip cookies, but sometimes (controversial opinion), they can get tiring. Looking to spice up a traditional recipe, I came across this one for chocolate chip shortbread–with only four...

Issue 4: Editorial: Last time on HCPS…

Robinson Journalism Staff May 18, 2021

It is very satisfying to write an editorial and publish it in our student newspaper–it's disappointing that many other Hillsborough County Schools lack this privilege. Not because they can't write, but...

Issue 4: Editor’s Letter

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief May 18, 2021

Four issues later, and we've made it! There's no better way to start this letter by thanking our amazing staff and, of course, Ms. Oben. Our print issues this year have been classic, creative, and challenging...

Hoisted in the air by her teammates, Alison Quigley (22) chants during a routine. Next season, I hope everyone comes in with the expectation to win [Nationals] because it is so possible if the team makes the extra efforts to do their jobs, she said.

Cheers to fourth in the nation

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief May 6, 2021

A typical Florida weekend in mid-April. The sun out, perfect for a trip to Disney World...and a chance to compete against cheerleading teams from across the country. From April 23-25, the Robinson cheerleaders...

The Starlets perform during the 2020 winter guard season.

Starlets to hold interest meeting prior to auditions

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief April 23, 2021

Staying after school in the fall, one can expect to catch a glimpse of flags and sparkly outfits. Robinson's color and winter guard, better known as Starlets, has become known for their presence in the...

Outside the (lunch)box

It's 10:15 a.m. and the halls are full with hungry students. Reaching the patio, it's masks off and lunchboxes open. While others rush to have a mid-morning meal, others flock to the library or a teacher's...

Quiz: Which type of journalism are you?

Quiz: Which type of journalism are you?

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief April 21, 2021

Journalism is a broad term, but there's something for everyone! Take this quiz to find out which of the following suits you best: investigative, broadcast, sports or entertainment?

A collage of Robinson Knights tattoos, spanning album covers, logos, text and symbols.

Individualistically inked: student expression through tattoos

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief April 9, 2021

"This life is mine to live." Six simple words from All Time Low's Future Hearts album. It's a special phrase for Emily Dusold ('21), taken from the album that's gone from music in her headphones to...

A graphic illustration depicting a computer and WiFi symbol, connected to HCPS with text underneath.

HCPS recovers, adapts from network hack

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief April 6, 2021

As students and teachers eagerly awaited Spring Break, the day came to a halt in the form of a grudgingly slow loading screen. HCPS recently experienced a network hack, leaving students and staff on campus...

A judge gathers a slice of rainbow cake, decorated with sprinkles and Oreos. Judges were instructed to take samples of each cake and rank them on a set of criteria.

Photo Gallery: Culinary One goes to (cake) war!

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief March 29, 2021

On March 26, Culinary One students celebrated their newfound baking skills with a cake decorating contest, judged by faculty and staff. While the votes are still being tallied, both students and staff...

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