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A Q&A with Macey Hatton

A Q&A with Macey Hatton

Alyssa Acosta, Staff Writer

March 27, 2019


Filed under Around the School, Profiles

The RHS today staff interviewed co-salutatorian Macey Hatton ('19). Both Hatton and her twin sister, Kenzie, earned the title of the traditional salutatorian, working hard in high school and earning the same exact GPA. Q: What is your GPA? Unweighted? Weighted? A: Unweighted 4.0, weighted 6.32 ...

A Q&A with Kenzie Hatton

A Q&A with Kenzie Hatton

Ella Wertz, Staff Writer

March 27, 2019


Filed under News, Profiles, Seniors

The salutatorian of Robinson's traditional program has a interesting story. Kenzie Hatton ('19) shares the title with her twin sister, Macy as they both took the same courses and ended up with the same GPA's. Hatton has continued to strengthen her schedule and motivate herself, not with salutatorian...

Freshman finds fame through TikTok

Freshman finds fame through TikTok

Anna Woodward, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019


Filed under Profiles

Vine, YouTube, Instagram. The number of apps that can make a person go viral is long and growing by the day. For people like Liam Silk ('22), social media has been a way to share fun content with friends and gain thousands of followers. Silk goes by the username @willyum420 on TikTok (previously known...

Joshua Saunders: more than just a coach

Joshua Saunders: more than just a coach

Amelia Foster, A&E editor

January 21, 2019


Filed under Flag Football, In Depth, Profiles, Showcase, Sports, Spring Sports

Joshua Saunders is a man of many titles; around Robinson, some may know him as their IB math teacher, but most people know him as the head coach of Robinson's most successful sports program: the flag football team. Along with holding five high school flag football state titles, Saunders is also head coach...

Ms. Van Pelt, a new addition to IB

Ms. Van Pelt, a new addition to IB

Meena Vasquez, Staff Writer

September 18, 2018


Filed under In Depth, Teacher Feature

After Meg Bell retired from Robinson at the end of the 2017-2018 school year, the search for a new IB English teacher began. A teacher from Leto High School, Deborah Van Pelt, applied for the position over the summer and was hired. Van Pelt taught AP English classes at Leto before coming to Robinson...

Baritone or base? How about both!

Baritone or base? How about both!

September 11, 2018


Filed under Cheer, Profiles, Showcase

Many students at Robinson High School have struggled with playing multiple sports or being in the band program because of the time commitment. But cheerleader and baritone player Sabrina Takagishi ('21) manages both at the same time. Takagishi juggles marching band and the varsity cheer program along...

Full Time Student Part Time Employee

Full Time Student Part Time Employee

Ella Wertz, Staff Writer

September 8, 2018


Filed under Profiles, Seniors

There are many students at Robinson high school who balance having an after school job with their academic responsibilities. Some students have interesting and unique jobs that are truly enjoyable to go to. Having a job often gives students the opportunity to branch out and turn on their creative...

Oben wins JEA Rising Star Award

Oben wins JEA Rising Star Award

Alanna Felton, Editor-in-Chief

September 6, 2018


Filed under Around the School, In Depth, News, Showcase, Teacher Feature

Many Robinson students recognize Nancy “Joanie” Oben, as the teacher in charge of Robinson's journalism program in room 112, but few realize how much she actually juggles. Oben is responsible for teaching and guiding the Morning Show class, the TV Production I class, two Journalism I classes, the...

Teacher feature: Charley-Sale gets to the root of students’ passions for math

Teacher feature: Charley-Sale gets to the root of students’ passions for math

Natalia McCalla, Staff Writer

May 15, 2018


Filed under In Depth, Teacher Feature

Teachers strive for many goals throughout their careers. Judi Charley-Sale is a teacher striving to reach her goal by motivating and encouraging her students to enhance their math understanding, impacting their path to succeed. Charley-Sale was born and raised in Jamaica where she discovered her love...

The lifestyle of track stud Myron Ausby

The lifestyle of track stud Myron Ausby

Abigail Meyer, Staff Writer

April 6, 2018


Filed under In Depth, Profiles, Sports, Spring Sports, Track and Field

"It's a life style," Myron Ausby ('20) said. Ausby has been running track since the 6th grade and has loved every second of it. He manages to stay humble through any success, believing, "I'm OK at track". Meanwhile, track coach and reading teacher Kailyn Morman says that Ausby is a "quiet leader". "He...

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