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Never stop smiling

Editor Lillian Martin ('18) reminds readers to never stop smiling.

Lillian Martin, News Editor

May 7, 2018

For every 8 deaths, 19 lives are born. 19 beautiful lives, who will grow up and (hopefully) do great things. 19 lives who have the option to choose between two ways to live: glass half-empty, or glass half-full— choosing negativity or positivity, pessimist or optimist. My hope is that every sing...

Really and truthfully, goodbye

News Editor Lillian Martin ('18) poses with award certificates at the FSPA banquet in Orland. There, Martin was recognized as a finalist for the 2018 Writer of the Year award.

Lillian Martin, News Editor

May 3, 2018

Editor's Note: Lillian Martin is a three-year journalism student, joining both the newspaper staff and the yearbook staff her sophomore year. After leading the newspaper staff to a bronze ranking in the Florida Scholastic Press Association (FSPA) her junior year, she was named News Editor of the newspaper...

The Yellow Dress comes to Robinson

Carolina Cassedy (‘18) speaks in front of Robinson students prior to the performance of

Lillian Martin, News Editor

April 30, 2018

In an effort to shed light on teen dating violence, Carolina Cassedy (‘18), brought the dramatic one-woman play, “The Yellow Dress”, to Robinson. Cassedy is the co-chair of the Get Loud! Break the Silence basketball game, an annual event to bring awareness against domestic violence. But now, wi...

Students walk out on April 20

Students walkout for gun reform.

Lillian Martin, News Editor

April 23, 2018

Looking through the news on Friday, April 20, many might have seen something about a National School Walkout; considering that an estimated 2,500 schools across the country participated in the walkout, including Robinson, it might have been a little hard to miss. The walkout was started by Lane Murdock,...

Gasparilla Music Festival shines through cloudy skies

Father John Misty sings into the microphone with guitar in hand.

Lillian Martin, News Editor

March 15, 2018

Whether there’s rain or shine (literally), it seems as though there is nothing that can falter the good vibes that hail from the Gasparilla Music Festival (GMF). Held this past weekend on March 10-11, headliners and local artists alike did not fail to disappoint as the Tampa-favorite festival ran smo...

Kick off spring break with the Gasparilla Music Festival

The Gasparilla Music Festival is a highly anticipated Tampa Bay event that could be the perfect weekend get-away.

Lillian Martin, News Editor

March 10, 2018

Looking for a way to start off spring break? The annual Gasparilla Music Festival will be held this following weekend, Saturday, March 10 and Sunday, March 11, in Downtown Tampa at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park and Kiley Gardens. The festival will feature musical acts from a wide variety of genres, incl...

We stand with Marjory Stoneman Douglas

The staff of rhstoday.com supports Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in their time of suffering and recovery.

The staff of rhstoday.com

February 15, 2018

We follow them on twitter. We compete against them in competitions. We go to yearbook camp with them. We have met their teachers and their teachers' children. A staffer has a cousin that goes there. A school shooting, that happened a mere four hours away, affected people that we know. People that we ha...

Catch you later, Helms

Robinson social studies teacher and girls soccer coach William Helms looks off into the distance, posing at Robinson High School. He recently took a teaching position at Gaither High School, and his last day at Robinson will be Feb. 8.

Lillian Martin, News Editor

February 7, 2018

“It’s always catch you later, never goodbye.” This phrase has been heard multiple times coming from Billy Helms, a beloved social studies teacher and girls soccer coach at Robinson, who recently took a social studies position at Gaither High School. His last day at Robinson will be this Thursday,...

Relating to Nico”Teen”? Here are some ways to quit

Lillian Martin, News Editor

February 2, 2018

 If you found yourself relating to "Nico'teen'", a story published in Knight Writers issue three, here are some tips on how to end a nicotine addiction. Quitting cold turkey may seem easy in theory, but for avid nicotine users, that method may feel nearly impossible. However, don't let that disc...

Drum major goes All American

Marching Knights drum major Bryce Buckland ('18) zips up his jacket as part of his initiation into the U.S Army All American Marching Band.

Lillian Martin, News Editor

October 7, 2017

Marching band drum major Bryce Buckland (‘18) was welcomed into the 2018 U.S Army All American Marching Band (USAAAMB) on Tuesday, October 3. He's one of 125 members chosen and will be the sole drum major for the band. The band will consist of high school senior instrumentalists and color guard memb...

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