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Bhoolai stands in front of one of the decorated walls in the Main Office.

Q&A With Robinson Principal Robert Bhoolai

Samuel Elliott, Print Managing Editor September 9, 2021

With the upcoming school year approaching rapidly, many students and parents have questions about a variety of topics. To help shed some light on what things are going to look like this year, we 'sat down'...

Table Tennis club founder Nathan Pham poses with the tools of his trade.

Outré Beginnings for Robinson’s Burgeoning Table Tennis Club

Samuel Elliott, Print Managing Editor September 9, 2021

One of the more notable clubs to make its introduction this year is the Table Tennis club, led by Robinson senior Nathan Pham. His infectious enthusiasm for the sport, unrelenting commitment to realizing...

The album cover for Arooj Aftabs Vulture Prince.

Arooj Aftab’s Vulture Prince- a mesmerising labyrinth of dusk and dream

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer May 21, 2021

Arooj Aftab, Pakistani composer, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, released her latest record, Vulture Prince some weeks back. Garnering similar critical praise, yet more apparent popularity, than her...

As summer ramps up, vaccine rollout continues throughout the USA.

Vaccinations in the United States: where do we go from here?

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer May 17, 2021

It’s been said. We all know it. I’m preaching to the proverbial choir by writing an article about the importance of mask wearing and vaccine receiving. I mean, by now, halfway through our second year...

Four great independent records that show a sample of whats to come in 2021.

Some endearing releases you might’ve missed from the first quarter of 2021

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer April 8, 2021

Somehow, in spite of the sluggish pace at which the days seem to go by lately, we've found ourselves a quarter of the way through 2021. Jan. 1 seems so long ago, and yet so recent, a feeling worsened for...

Issue 3: The National Merit Finalist Process

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

Editor's note: this piece was featured alongside a spread of Robinson's National Merit finalists. To see it in context, visit Vol. 61 Issue 3 of Knight Writers. The National Merit Scholarship Corporation...

John Lurie isnt exactly considered to be the Bob Ross type.

Review: Painting With John invites Lurie’s charm to a new generation

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer February 8, 2021

John Lurie's work began in the late 70's. He formed a band with his brother, Evan Lurie, called The Lounge Lizards, in which he played saxophone. To a degree of "right place at the right time" luck, the...

The Student Government and Parent Teacher Student Association team up to host the RHS clothing drive.

PSTA/SGA clothing drive provides community-conscious way to gain service hours

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer February 7, 2021

The Robinson Parent Teacher Student Association, in association with the Student Government, return with another supply drive. This drive works to benefit the OASIS network, a Hillsborough County-based...

Illustration depicting the GOP, whose reputation has changed from past years.

In the abandonment of iconolatry; what are the next moves for the GOP?

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer January 19, 2021

As the president's fateful end of term draws nearer, a question is growing for the Republican Party: what now? For the past four years, the party has slowly abandoned the use of platform and policy,...

Persimmon bread - The sweetest way to enjoy this seasonal fruit.

MidKnight Snacks: persimmon bread

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer December 8, 2020

It's winter. Being a Floridian, that doesn't really mean much aside from a few weeks of sub 80° weather, and a few extra holidays. But I always know it's that time of year when I see fuyu and hachiya...

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