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Releasing new music posthumously is disrespectful to artists

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor, Multimedia Editor

January 28, 2020

When famous artists die, it feels like the whole world mourns. Whether it's the hashtags on every social media story or countless articles and tweets, their image suddenly appears everywhere. With the immense rise of popularity, fans begin begging for more work from that artist, and that's where problems...

Bayshore’s speed limit is not the problem

Bayshore’s speed limit is not the problem

Anna Woodward, Online managing editor

January 19, 2020

When George Gage was struck and killed on Bayshore on Thursday Jan 9th, it was tragic, but not surprising considering the road's history. For as long as I can remember, I've heard "oh, we have to go this way, there's an accident on Bayshore,"while driving in the car. Every accident and death on Bayshore...

Celebrities use award shows for political clout

Celebrities use award shows for political clout

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor, Multimedia Editor

January 12, 2020

For celebrities, political movements are a part of a popularity contest. They focus on the biggest issue of the year—whether it's 2017's #MeToo, 2018's March For Our Lives, or 2019's climate change—and they turn it into something the they do to look good or earn followers, without actually making...

The ok, boomer meme is misdirected

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor, Multimedia Editor

December 9, 2019

A meme has never caused such a stir like the recent "ok, boomer," whether it's Baby Boomers claiming that its a slur or New Zealand politicians using it while debating. The meme, which I admit is often hilarious, is missing the real target of the anger: rich white men. Ok, boomer started as a way...

Club days are unfair for traditional students

Lindsey Chadwick, Staff Writer

December 3, 2019

It has bugged me for the past year and almost a half that I have been at Robinson on the traditional side that IB kids get to stay in their homerooms every club day. Why do traditional students have to go to every class and IB students get a whole day in their homeroom to do their work? I know from...

What’s the best part of Thanksgiving?

What’s the best part of Thanksgiving?

Nicole Perdigon, Anna Woodward, and Morgan Brazier

December 2, 2019

RHSToday staffers asked Robinson students about their favorite parts of Thanksgiving. Watch the video below to hear their responses.

When did GATI vanish?

Jaylen Stasio, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

Editors Note: We are aware there were speakers for the Great American Teach-in this year, a RHSToday Staff Writer was assigned to cover the event however, they were not allowed to leave their class to attend the event. We apologize for the lapse in coverage but we would like to point out that many s...

Early release is needed

Lindsey Chadwick, Staff Writer

November 5, 2019

Why did they take out early release days? Was it because we missed a day of school for the hurricane? If so, have we not made that up yet? Are we making up for last year?  We haven't had a day off since labor day, a month ago. With a combination of that and cutting out early release days I know I'm...

College athletes should be paid

Jack Kirk, Sports Editor

November 5, 2019

Editor's note: This column earned first place in the sports column category at the District 4 FSPA Workshop on Nov. 1, 2019 College athletes have a very strange financial dilemma. Most get a full ride through college, but not a single athlete is allowed to profit on their likeness, despite the rev...

Morning no show

Morning no show

Jules Whitaker, Opinion Editor

October 31, 2019

Every 8th period, the KNN Morning Show meets in room 112 to script, film and edit content for their news broadcast. The Knight News Network morning show airs once a week with segments providing news and entertainment for Robinson's students. However, teachers have neglected to show the student-run network...

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