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South Tampa Relay for Life This Weekend

South Tampa Relay for Life This Weekend

Mia McKell, Staff Writer

April 1, 2016

The annual Relay for Life fundraiser is this weekend, inviting members of the community to participate in a relay and raise money for the American Cancer Society. Staffer Mia McKell interviewed Kristina Chowning, student success coach and Robinson's Relay organizer, to learn more about the event. Q: What is the ...

Voice Off: Students on Spring Break Plans

Sunsets and the beach: the typical spring-break-in-Florida scene.

Mia McKell, Staff Writer

March 11, 2016

Spring break is this upcoming week, March 14-18. As students take a week of rest before finishing out the rest of the school year, staffer Mia McKell interviewed students about how they plan to spend their time. For seniors like Tanner Harden (’16), spring break isn't much of a break from the...

Voice Off: Students on Recent SAT, FSA Testing

Staff File Photo.

Mia McKell and Veronica Falcon

March 4, 2016

Standardized testing is a mandatory part of every student’s school year, and this week, sophomores and juniors were no exception to this rule. This past Wednesday, juniors participated in a free school-day SAT, while sophomores took the FSA writing assessment throughout the week. Staffers Mia McKell...

Marriages Abound in Biology Lesson on Genetics

Smiling, Ria Kale ('17) hold up a sheet of paper with the name of her future

Mia McKell, Staff Writer

February 19, 2016

Students in Tiffany Oliver’s junior biology class participated in mock “marriage ceremonies” Thursday as an interactive way to understand human genetics. “We are learning about human traits and what happens when you cross autosomal traits, and so instead of doing normal crosses on paper I ...

As Students Discover Art, They Discover Themselves

A photo art student Kaitlyn Rhodes ('16) took as part of the course.

Mia McKell, Staff Writer

February 17, 2016

Walk into an arts class at room 107, and the students painting, drawing, sculpting or crafting in one way or another don't all fit the same stereotype. For those who choose to take one of Robinson's visual art class, taught by teacher Mary Wilson, decision to choose this path can be due to a genuine...

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