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Tigers defeat Knights 4-1 in district matchup

Tigers defeat Knights 4-1 in district matchup

Isabel Giovannetti, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

April 6, 2017

On Tuesday night, the Knights (10-7) faced the Jesuit Tigers (17-3) at home for the first time this season. Both teams started off with a scoreless first inning; despite getting three runners on base in the bottom of the first, the Knights were unable to bring in a run. Jesuit's offense heated...

Baseball falls to Plant, 3-2

Baseball falls to Plant, 3-2

Isabel Giovannetti, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

March 10, 2017

Heading into Tuesday night, the Knights (4-3) prepared to take on the Plant Panthers (5-1) in this year’s rivalry game. After several unforced errors in the first two innings, the Knights were unable to come back and lost 3-2. The night started off rocky for Robinson, as a hit-by-pitch got Plant’s...

Vans Story

March 9, 2017

This month, four art students will be competing in the Vans Custom Culture competition. The competition encourages high school students to express their creativity by designing a pair of Vans shoes. The winner’s customized shoes will be sold by the company, and the art program at his or her school...

Knights take close 6-5 loss to Steinbrenner in season opener

Outfielder Aaron Scott ('17) runs to second during the Knights' 6-5 loss to Steinbrenner.

Isabel Giovannetti, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

February 22, 2017

Coming off a 1-1 preseason showing, the Knights took the field Tuesday night against Steinbrenner for their season opener. After trailing by four throughout the first half of the game, the Knights cut the Warriors' lead to one run by the top of the seventh inning. However, the Knights fell short and...

Book swap to be held during lunches Jan.12-13

Once they have turned in books of their own, students can pick out new ones to take home during lunch on Jan. 12 and 13.

Isabel Giovannetti, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

January 10, 2017

During all lunches on Jan. 12 and 13, students can participate in a charity books swap. Organized by Lilian Waller ('17), the book swap will take place in the courtyard during A, B, and C Lunch. Extra items from the swap will be donated to the Metropolitan Ministries' Patricia J. Sullivan Elementary School, Hosp...

2016 Presidential Debate Preview

2016 Presidential Debate Preview

Isabel Giovannetti, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

September 23, 2016

Ever since the Kennedy-Nixon election in 1960, debates have been a critical part of presidential campaigns. They give the American public a chance to see the candidates face off and defend their policy ideas. Consequently, they also play an important role in deciding the outcome of the election. Many historians argue that the first televised debate won Kennedy the Oval Offic...

At Least DVR It… (Opinion)

September 23, 2016

It’s September now, and after more than a year of partisan bickering, divisive politics, and angry rhetoric, we still have 45 days left until the election. Cue the groans. Yes, this has been a particularly exhausting election cycle. We've watched a 23-candidate primary, a Russian email leak,...

Students Reluctant to Watch Presidential Debate

Kaitlyn Corwin and Isabel Giovannetti

September 23, 2016

Monday night's debate will give the American public a chance to step away from the headlines and hear each candidate defend their own policies on the national stage. With Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump with in two points of each other on some national polls, many are expecting these debates to impac...

Knights Lose 4-0 to Middleton

Robinson's Kobe Copple ('19) looks for an open receiver.

Macy McClintock, Sports Writer

September 17, 2016

After a 38-0 loss to Plant last week, the Knights (0-3) were looking to defeat Middleton (4-0) in their first district match up at Jack Peters Field Friday night, but were defeated 4-0. The Knights got off to a rough beginning, with two false starts and a missed 40 yard field goal within the first...

Five named National Merit Semifinalists

Robinson's National Merit Semifinalists and National Hispanic Recognition students stand with IB Guidance Counselor Henderika George and Principal Robert Bhoolai.

Paul Jennewein, Staff Writer

September 16, 2016

Five Robinson seniors were named National Merit Semifinalists Wednesday due to their high PSAT scores, receiving the opportunity to compete for more than $33 million dollars worth of scholarships offered next spring. “I feel ecstatic about our National Merit Scholar Semifinalists,” Principal...

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