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  • Knight Writers celebrates its 61st Anniversary throughout October
  • Students get out for Fall Break November 20
  • Now 1500 people allowed at Football games, only 400 at Volleyball
  • RHS COVID-19 Count: 7
  • Yearbooks are $75 until October 31

Valentine’s Day: The Non-Judgmental Approach

Students exchange Valentines.

Leana Pustam, Perspectives Editor

February 14, 2017

The days leading up to Valentine's Day are filled with people either expressing excitement or dread. Single ladies hate the very idea of couples spending unnecessary money to show their appreciation for just one day. However, there are similar activities that single girls do to defy Valentine's...

Lacrosse’s Title IX rules cause roster restraints

Due to Title IX rules, the number of boys lacrosse players cannot exceed the number of girls lacrosse players.

Leana Pustam, Perspectives Editor

February 7, 2017

For the boys lacrosse team, having a full roster on the girls team is just as important as having one of their own, thanks to county regulations. Since 2014, all Hillsborough County lacrosse teams have been managed by HALAX, a 501(c)(3) tasked with supervising lacrosse's transition to becoming a full-fle...

Tampa comes to life during National Championship weekend

Events like Playoff Playlist Live brought new energy to the Tampa area.

Leana Pustam, Perspectives Editor

January 13, 2017

Tampa is usually a city that flies under the national radar, so the fact that it hosted Alabama vs. Clemson College Football Playoffs National Championship with accompanying events marked a significant burst in excitement. There were three AT&T Playoff Playlist Live concerts to kick off the gam...

Despite early start to year, students appreciate shift in semester exams

Students have so much work that skipping one day of school seems like nothing compared to the amount of homework they could get done during that time.

Leana Pustam, Perspectives Editor

December 6, 2016

This year, Hillsborough County school district changed the school year schedule by cutting our summer short by two weeks, allowing students to take semester exams before the break. The change was something students had to adjust to, since they no longer had the two weeks of winter break to study for...

Robinson theater performs a Night of One-Acts

Students paint props on Tuesday, Feb. 24.

Leana Pustam, Perspectives Editor

November 17, 2016

Tonight is Robinson theater's last day for their Night of One-Acts. The night consists of three different plays: Game of Tiaras, Melody and Other High School Drama, and Jet Black New Year. Corey Hendricks ('18), who has been in theater since middle school, has a major role in these plays. She is st...

On spirit week, we need to have pride in our school

Maya Barrett ('17), Jacob Freedman ('17), Isabel Giovannetti ('17), Scott Rothschild ('17) and Lexx Pino ('17) pose as the characters from the TV show

Leana Pustam, Perspectives Editor

October 18, 2016

Walking into school, dressed as Ed from Ed, Edd, 'n' Eddy in a red striped shirt, green jacket, and red bandana, I looked around and saw everyone wearing their everyday T-shirts. It made me second guess myself in believing Monday was, in fact, Character Day, and I'm sure I was not alone. After the...

Celebrate National Coffee Day at participating locations

Celebrate National Coffee Day with a discounted (or free) cup from local shops.

Leana Pustam, Perspectives Editor

September 29, 2016

Gather around caffeine lovers because today marks the second anniversary of National Coffee Day. If you want some more lattes in your life, visit one of the following restaurants today to partake in the festivities: Krispy Kreme- Who doesn't love free coffee, especially with the addition of a f...

Upperclassmen, here’s what to do to prepare for college

Preparing for standardized tests such as the PSAT as early as possible will give you a leg up on other applicants and help reduce stress when college application deadlines start rolling around.

Leana Pustam, Perspectives Editor

September 28, 2016

College application deadlines are just around the corner, and with college representatives visiting Robinson and college nights being hosted, seniors are scrambling to meet deadlines while juniors are just beginning to get a taste of what college they may be interested in. Every junior and senior...

Applications for Homecoming Court now available

Homecoming Court applications are available in the Guidance Office and due Wednesday, Sept. 28.

Leana Pustam and Charlotte Rose

September 20, 2016

Neon Knights, this year's homecoming dance, will be held Oct. 22 at District 3 Arts and Events Venue. With the dance just around the corner, applications are now open for Homecoming Court. All grade levels are permitted to be a part of the court. The application fee is $10, cash or money order only, ...

Will You Go to Prom with Me?

With flowers in hand, Natalia Ayoub ('17) smiles at boyfriend Sean Tran ('17) after he asked her to prom at the Ballast Point Pier.

Leana Pustam, Perspectives Editor

April 15, 2016

Prom is a day away, and you know what that means: girls holding flowers and posters with puns should be dominating your Instagram feed right about now. The first "promposal" usually happens in the middle of March and indicates the start of the season. But when did promposals become the standard ...

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