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AP exam fees get students talking

Kenzie Hatton, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018


Filed under Around the School, News

With AP exams rapidly approaching, many students are already preparing, studying and hoping to pass their tests. But, this year, some students have made it known that they don't want to take the two to three hour-long AP test. However, Hillsborough County has instilled a $50 fee for students to pay...

Knight Writers issue 4 out now

Knight Writers issue 4 out now

Staff

April 19, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

The staff is pleased to announce the fourth and final issue of the Knight Writers newspaper for the 2017-2018 school year. In this edition, we learn more about the separation of IB and traditional, profile the journalism seniors saying goodbye, break down what you need for your dorm and much mo...

Water Wars gets washed away: find out what really happened

Water Wars gets washed away: find out what really happened

Morgan Brazier, Staff Writer

April 18, 2018


Filed under Around the School, News, Showcase

Every year, seniors at Robinson compete in a competition called Water Wars where students make teams, plot, ambush, and attack each other-- all with water guns. But this year, though Water Wars is said to be unaffiliated with the school and county, administrators thought the festivities got a little...

Two Robinson journalists nominated for 2018 Writer of the Year

Two Robinson journalists nominated for 2018 Writer of the Year

Amelia Foster, Staff Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Around the School, In the Community, News

Lillian Martin ('18) and Anna Thomas ('18) entered journalism in sophomore year and freshman year respectively. And after their years of experience, both are now up for the 2018 Writer of the Year award to top off their last years on staff. Martin and Thomas started from humble beginnings as staff...

Lady Knights hold their heads up despite 15-3 loss to Plant

Lady Knights hold their heads up despite 15-3 loss to Plant

Anna Thomas, Editor-In-Chief

March 31, 2018


Filed under Lacrosse, News, Showcase, Sports, Spring Sports

The Lady Knights (4-5) suffered a 15-3 loss to Plant (11-2) on Thursday, March 29. But somehow, the Lady Knights kept their energy up the entire game, making the scoreboard almost irrelevant to them. "I thought my girls played with a lot of heart," head coach Ashriel West said. "We came out ready...

Talent to the stage

Talent to the stage

Nicole Perdigon, Staff Writer

March 30, 2018


Filed under Around the School, News

Whether it took two months or two hours of preparation, many Robinson students were ready and excited to put on their best show at the 2018 Robinson High School Talent show on Wednesday, March 28. The show was hosted by the Tri-M Music Honor Society in the auditorium and it featured performances by...

March Madness spawns college interest for students

March Madness spawns college interest for students

Amelia Foster, Staff Writer

March 28, 2018


Filed under Around the School, News

March Madness is here and Robinson is celebrating in stride. Walking around campus, one might have noticed the doors in the science hallway decorated with different university colors. The decorations were organized by AVID teacher Kristina Chowning as a way to not only celebrate March Madness, but to...

“Enough is enough!” Tampa students send a clear message with March For Our Lives

“Enough is enough!” Tampa students send a clear message with March For Our Lives

Alanna Felton, A&E Editor

March 26, 2018


Filed under Across the Globe, In the Community, News, Showcase

"Today, we are not settling for thoughts and prayers," said Brooke Shapiro, a Plant High School senior, prompting a roar of approval from the crowd of thousands gathered at Kiley Garden Park in downtown Tampa for the March For Our Lives. The march in Tampa last Saturday, March 24, was just one of...

Photo gallery: March for Our Lives Tampa

Photo gallery: March for Our Lives Tampa

Jules Whitaker, Staff Writer

March 26, 2018


Filed under Across the Globe, In the Community, News, Photos

Students around the country spoke up on Saturday, March 24, as they participated in the March for Our Lives movement. The student-led, Tampa walk rallied in approximately 13,000 participants in the downtown area on Saturday. The march was created as a non-partisan movement for "positive change" after...

Working and Walking for Water

Working and Walking for Water

Natalia McCalla, Staff Writer

March 24, 2018


Filed under Across the Globe, Around the School, News

The American dream is very real for a lot of people, especially those in third world countries, as Americans are seen as fortunate with the freedom and abundance of opportunities they are given. And many kids living in countries like the United States that have grown up with such advantages may not experience...

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