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Star Wars and the Power of Costume arrives in St. Pete

Star Wars and the Power of Costume arrives in St. Pete

Alanna Felton, A&E Editor

December 12, 2017


Filed under A&E, In the Community

From black and white Stormtrooper armor, to C-3PO's chrome-plated suit, to Princess Leia's hairbuns, the costumes of Star Wars are some of the most recognizable looks in film history. Now these iconic costumes are just a thirty minute drive away, on display at the Saint Petersburg Museum of Fine Art...

NBT wows Robinson students

NBT wows Robinson students

Macey Hatton, Staff Writer

December 10, 2017


Filed under A&E, In the Community

This past weekend, over twenty different bands performed at 97X's Next Big Thing (NBT), a two day music festival at the Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheater. Many students from Robinson attended, and were very impressed. On the first day of the concert, The Aces, The Arkells, Magic Giant, X Ambassadors,...

Politics Today: Saving Net Neutrality

Politics Today: Saving Net Neutrality

Hayle Short, Managing Editor

December 6, 2017


Filed under Blogs, In the Community, Showcase

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Oh so Indie Flea

Oh so Indie Flea

Abigail Meyer, Staff Writer

October 30, 2017


Filed under A&E, In the Community, Things to Do

The Tampa Indie Flea is the newest local market in the Bay Area. Indie Flea promotes local arts and cultures within the community. It takes place every third Sunday of the month at the Historic Rialto Theatre in downtown Tampa. As you walk into the venue there is a multitude of products ranging from...

Robinson students shine in Tampa Art Museum’s Fall Exhibition

Robinson students shine in Tampa Art Museum’s Fall Exhibition

Alanna Felton, A&E Editor

October 29, 2017


Filed under A&E, In the Community, Showcase

On Friday, October 20, the teen council at Tampa Museum of Art hosted their second annual Fall High School Exhibition. The jurried show featured art from students through Tampa, and included work by several Robinson students. Robinson's own Ian Miller ('18) took first place in the show for his Orilla, an epoxy resin piece...

Halloween events in Tampa

Halloween events in Tampa

Alanna Felton, A&E Editor

October 18, 2017


Filed under A&E, In the Community, News

October has just begun, and while the weather in Tampa may not yet resemble anything vaguely autumnal, Halloween is just around the corner. There are lots of fun, Halloween-related events in Tampa for Robinson students to take advantage of, some of which are free. Howl-O-Scream Howl-O-Scream is Busch Garden'...

Robinson celebrates hispanic heritage month

Emily Bowlin, Staff Writer

October 15, 2017


Filed under Across the Globe, Around the School, In the Community, News

Hispanic Heritage month is in full effect at Robinson as Spanish Honor Society brings awareness to the hispanic culture through fun activities, games and music. At all lunches last week, the student body had the opportunity to witness some of the Spanish culture. On Monday, there was a dance performa...

MLB playoffs: Who do you have?

MLB playoffs: Who do you have?

Paul Jennewein, Staff Writer

October 7, 2017


Filed under Across the Globe, In the Community, Pro Sports, Sports

After one of the wildest major league baseball regular seasons in recent history, the 2017 playoffs are finally here. For a grueling 162 game stretch, the best baseball teams in the world have competed for an opportunity for the World Title. With only eight teams left, the questions we've asked all season...

The environment’s last straw

The environment’s last straw

Macy McClintock, Managing Editor

October 4, 2017


Filed under In the Community, Opinion, Perspectives, Showcase

According to the National Park Service, 500 million straws are used in America every day. That’s enough straws to circle the earth two and a half times. And the worst part? They can’t be recycled because they contain BPA. Sure, straws are entertaining for the 20 minutes that it takes to slurp down...

Unique style of teaching puts Oliver ahead of the pack

Unique style of teaching puts Oliver ahead of the pack

Macy McClintock, Managing Editor

September 7, 2017


Filed under Around the School, In the Community, News, Teacher Feature

Amidst the frenzy of hurricane threats, Principal Robert Bhoolai and Assistant Principal Brian Hoover took a few minutes out of their days to deliver some positive news. Yesterday, during fifth period, they stormed into the classroom of biology teacher Tiffany Oliver and announced that she had won the...

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