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A COVID-19 vaccine ready to be administered at a Pubilx pharmacy, where vaccination appointments are being accepted for teachers over 50.

Issue 3: Vaccine Availability Opens Up For Teachers

Amelia Foster, Print Managing Editor March 11, 2021

President Joe Biden announced on March 2 that he intends to open COVID-19 vaccinations to teachers and those who work in childcare nationwide, using the federal government's pharmacy program with the aim...

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...

Spears posing for the cover of her debut album, ...Baby One More Time.

Issue 3: They Should Have Always Left Britney Spears (And So Many More) Alone!

Meena Vasquez, A&E Editor March 11, 2021

Back in 2007, at the height of media criticism towards pop star Britney Spears, a video titled “Leave Britney Alone!” was uploaded to Youtube. A man named Chris Crocker wept and demanded that...

David Navas ('20), band student and talent show performer, sings a song by Little Mix.

Issue 3: Talent Show Preview

Ella Wertz, News and Features Editor March 11, 2021

Robinson's Tri-M Music Honor Society will be hosting their annual talent show on Thursday, April 1 at 6:30 pm. Every year, the shows features the many talented students and faculty members that walk the...

Issue 3: Online Shopping Can’t Compare To The Real Thing

Sarai Cochran, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

I usually go to the mall at least once a month. The mall is a place I enjoy going to. I usually go to treat myself, just simply window shop, or go there to eat. Compared to online shopping, I prefer physically...

Hyland (left) in the Riverview Sharks' uniform at a hockey game against Jesuit High School this past season.

Issue 3: Playing For The Rivals

Jennifer Le, Online Managing Editor March 11, 2021

While Robinson offers a wide variety of sports, the choices don't satisfy every student. For sports such as hockey, some Knights have chosen to step into enemy territory in order to play their sport. Prior...

Kouhana Pousson ('23) is cheered on by her teammates as she takes to the field.

Issue 3: Softball Senior Night Ends With a Win For the Knights

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief March 11, 2021

Families lined up on the field with teary eyes and smiling faces. The seniors grabbed their bouquets and joined them, laughing as their senior speeches were read. Within a few minutes, bats replaced bouquets...

Isabella Dolce ('21) holds the ball in her hands before passing it to a teammate.

Issue 3: Preview: Flag Football Coming Back Strong

Sarai Cochran, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

Last March, the COVID-19 outbreak shut down schools, simultaneously leading to the abrupt cancellation of Spring sports seasons. This year, teams expect to play a full season. COVID has caused...

Graphic of a recent graduate confused on where to go.

Issue 3: Why You Should Go Out Of State For College

Olivia Godinez, Opinion Editor March 11, 2021

Its around that time of year when seniors are making their final decisions on where they want to go for college. Creating the pros vs. cons list, thinking about what's farthest away and what's closest....

Issue 3: Editor’s Letter

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief March 11, 2021

May I just say that this issue has been so fun to work on, despite the seriousness of some of its coverage. This issue has taught us balance, nodding to the light-hearted journalism of writing reviews...

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