Amelia Foster, A&E Editor
October 26, 2018
Around the halls of Robinson, Naze Sahebzamani's freshman class have been going to classes asking people to vote for their candidate. The US Government's Honors class has been running a mock campaign for Florida governor candidates Ron DeSantis and Andrew Gillum. The hands-on activity has proven popular...
Racquel Ingram, staff writer
October 25, 2018
The United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) is a organization that raises money for children in need. This organization provides humanitarian and developmental assistance to children and mothers in developing countries. UNICEF's purpose was extended after its original founding...
Knight Writers, Staff
October 18, 2018
The Knight Writers staff is pleased to announce the first print newspaper issue of the 2018-2019 school year. In this special political issue, we present coverage related to the 2018 midterm elections and Robinson students' involvement in politics. We also recap the 2018 volleyball season so far, take...
Racquel Ingram, Staff Writer
October 17, 2018
National Hispanic Heritage month took place from September 15 -October 15, with the Robinson High Schools Spanish National Honor Society holding its annual celebration October 8 through 12 with various events. Over the week-long celebration, the Spanish classes hosted a number of events such as dances...
Nicole Perdigon, News Editor
October 3, 2018
Give your regards to Broadway Knights this Wednesday and Thursday by attending their Showcase full of acting, singing and dancing. Thespian troupe members will be hosting the event in preparation of their weekend competition, and to show off their talents. "This is going to give us an idea of who...
Jack Kirk, Staff Writer
October 2, 2018
In order to raise funds for their competitions, The Family Career Community Leaders of America club organized a bake sale selling sets of four cookies for one dollar each. However, they had to shut down the sale due to district regulations that prohibit teachers and students from selling food products...
Morgan Brazier, Managing Editor
September 21, 2018
Cancer impacts all of us in one way or another and is a story we're all familiar with. For Robinson's school nurse, Christine Chapman, this story is all too real. Chapman is currently battling Leukemia and has a cousin who has also been diagnosed with cancer. She has seen the way cancer can affect...
Alanna Felton, Editor-in-Chief
September 20, 2018
Many students hear the word referendum and draw a blank, or if they remember it at all, it is as a footnote from civics class: legislation that citizens can directly vote on in an election. However, there is a new referendum on the ballot this November that could have a direct impact on Robinson students. Residents...
Jules Whitaker, Features Editor
September 20, 2018
Robinson high school celebrates homecoming week while making sure to respect their "elders".