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Fishman turns pandemic boredom into music production

Jordan Schmidt (left) and Jacob Fishman (right) perform with guitars in hand. The two wrote and performed songs together, something that sparked Fishman's interest in producing his own music.
Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief January 4, 2021

When COVID-19 canceled Jacob Fishman's ('21) summer plans, he found himself passing the time with an interest growing since his freshman year: music. Over the summer, he got a music recording setup and...

Competition in the classroom

Graphic illustration coupled with quotes from the Robinson community regarding competition in the classroom.
Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief December 17, 2020

The cramming the night before a test. The stealing a glance at what your friend got on a test. The comparison of SAT and ACT scores. Competition finds a way into the mind of high schoolers more often than...

Katie Kemp: captain on the court and the classroom

Katherine
Amelia Foster, Print Managing Editor December 16, 2020

Confident, but not arrogant. Determined, but knows when to be kind. Katherine Kemp ('21), known by everyone as Katie, sees an opportunity and makes it her own. In her last year at Robinson, Kemp is leading...

Higgins heads back to school

Owen Higgins ('21) (far left) socializes with his friends during lunch after returning for the second quarter.
Ella Wertz, News and Features Editor November 4, 2020

With the start of the second quarter, many students have made the transition from eLearning back to Brick and Mortar. Knight Writers interviewed senior Owen Higgins about his experience as an eLearner...

Beyond the ballot

Dang (bottom left) meeting with Florida Democratic Party representatives Joe Geller, Dan Daley and Sabrina Javellana.
Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief November 4, 2020
"I think we should just be more open to political topics, I feel like a lot of people tend to shy away from it...it can be very heated and very polarized"

Ingram uses Instagram to make a change

Ingram posing with books she collected in her October drive.
Ella Wertz, News and Features Editor November 3, 2020

Casey Ingram ('22) is one of the many Robinson students working hard to make a change in their community. Ingram is doing a project, called the Library for Little Learners, to receive her Girl Scout Gold...

Welcome back, Mr. Taft

Mr. John Taft works at the computer at his desk.
Hanna Malone, Sports Editor October 26, 2020

With the graduating class of 1999, John Taft walked across the stage to receive his high school diploma from Robinson. Twenty-one years later, he returned to teach U.S. history honors at his alma mater....

Kowalik’s back at RHS

Kowalik's back at RHS
Sarai Cochran, Staff Writer October 16, 2020

This isn't the first time math teacher Renee Kowalik has taught at Robinson High School. She originally came to Robinson in 2018, taught at a different school the next year and has now returned to teach...

Robinson’s former teachers: where are they now?

Robinson's former teachers: where are they now?
Meena Vasquez, A&E Editor October 15, 2020

After the summer of 2020, a lot of Robinson's teachers have left. Whether it was to retire or to search for new opportunities, they've finally flew the RHS nest.  Even the ones, who have stuck with us...

Horiszny gains fame through fitness

Bella Horiszny ('22) has become
Ella Wertz, News and Features Editor October 9, 2020

Another TikTok star walks the halls of Robinson High School. Over quarantine, junior Bella Horiszny's  TikTok platform has grown greatly. Horiszny's account, @bellahoriszny, has amassed over 224.6K followers...

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