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Study Tips for Second Semester

Ella Wertz, News Editor

February 5, 2020

With second semester well underway and testing season fast approaching, many students need to get back into the school mindset. These study tips will surely help to maintain your good grades and prepare you for upcoming exams.  

[I am not my…] Angelica Gerena (’16)

Claire Chesney, Staff Writer

April 16, 2015

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield’s “What I Be” project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on.

[I am not my…] Sami Elalem (’16)

Frankie Wilson, Staff Writer

April 9, 2015

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield’s “What I Be” project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on.

[I am not my…] Destin Ramirez (’16)

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

March 17, 2015

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield’s “What I Be” project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on. The subject puts an insecurity or self doubt on their arm, hands, or face, and then being photograp...

[I am not my…] Kendall Runyan (’16)

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

March 16, 2015

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield’s “What I Be” project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on. The subject puts an insecurity or self doubt on their arm, hands, or face, and then being photograp...

[I am not…] Cameron Williams (’16)

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Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

January 22, 2015

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield's "What I Be" project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on. The subject an insecurity or self doubt on their arm, hands, or face, and then being photographed, with t...

[I am not my…] Tiffany Smith

I am not my clumsiness ~ Tiffany Smith ('16)

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

November 4, 2014

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield's "What I Be" project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on. The subject an insecurity or self doubt on their arm, hands, or face, and then being photographed, with ...

[I am not my…] Michael Basile

I am not my size ~ Michael Basile ('16)

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

November 4, 2014

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield's "What I Be" project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on. The subject an insecurity or self doubt on their arm, hands, or face, and then being photographed, with ...

[I am not my…] Jake Gulledge

I am not my thoughts ~ Jake Gulledge ('16)

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

November 4, 2014

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield's "What I Be" project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on. The subject an insecurity or self doubt on their arm, hands, or face, and then being photographed, with ...

[I am not my…] Renee Matamba

I am not my bad moments ~ Renee Matamba ('16)

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

October 22, 2014

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield's "What I Be" project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on. The subject an insecurity or self doubt on their arm, hands, or face, and then being photographed, with ...

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