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PSA: wash your nasty hands

Jack Kirk, Staff Writer

February 20, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Growing up I was always taught to wash my hands after I used the bathroom, as I am pretty sure almost everyone else was. So I am absolutely perplexed at the amount of times I have seen someone use the bathroom and walk straight out without even looking at the sink. The Center of Disease Control recommends...

Sound off: What would you text your crush?

Sound off: What would you text your crush?

Alyssa Acosta, Ella Wertz, and Nicole Perdigon

February 15, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, Opinion, Perspectives

We ask Robinson students what they would text their crush. Find out what they would say to that special someone this Valentine's Day. Sound Off: What would you text your crush? from RHSToday on Vimeo....

Vaccines shouldn’t be optional

Anna Woodward, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

If you're a person who for some reason can't get a vaccine because of medical issues like allergies, then this isn't for you. But if you are a person with the resources and the money to get a vaccine, but you don't want to because you "don't feel like it" or because it'll "give your child autism", then...

Drop cards are going to the wrong students

Jack Kirk, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Robinson has a system where students who get honor roll during one grading period get a card to drop one assignment in three classes during the next quarter. Now call me crazy, but if you get honor roll, you probably do not need the extra boost in your classes. The kids who are close to honor roll but...

If the Gillette commercial offended you, check yourself

If the Gillette commercial offended you, check yourself

Jack Kirk, Staff Writer

January 23, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives, Showcase

The razor company  Gillette recently put out a controversial commercial that tackled various aspects of toxic masculinity, such as sexual harassment and violence at a young age. This, unsurprisingly garnered a lot of heat from many people and calls for boycotts of Gillette and their parent company,...

It wasn’t time to cut Koetter

Macy McClintock, Sports Editor

January 18, 2019


Filed under Football, Opinion, Perspectives, Pro Sports, Sports

As a beaming Bucs fan and aggressively passionate feminist, I've found myself morally torn throughout this season. And it's left me with a huge dislike for Jameis Winston. Yes, he served his suspension, yet he continues to make wrong life choices on top of not playing up to the hype that continuously...

Should the Buc get Cut?

Should the Buc get Cut?

Macy McClintock and Jack Kirk, Sports Editor and Staff Writer

January 18, 2019


Filed under Football, Opinion, Perspectives, Pro Sports, Sports

This past December, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fired Head Coach Dirk Koetter after going 5-11 throughout the season. Two staffers face off to debate whether or not it really was time for Koetter to go.

What does Christmas mean to RHS students?

Natalia McCalla, Opinion Editor

December 13, 2018


Filed under Around the School, In the Community, Multimedia, Opinion, Perspectives

Christmas season has different effects on everyone and means something different to everyone. Here are the responses of several students and teachers about why they enjoy Christmas.  

A trip to Washington D.C. inspires Robinson journalist to keep dreaming, daring and doing

A trip to Washington D.C. inspires Robinson journalist to keep dreaming, daring and doing

Macy McClintock, Sports Editor

December 2, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

When I was six, I decided I wanted to be a journalist. While others dreamt of careers as princesses and Broadway stars, I envisioned myself on the sidelines as a sports reporter. I had grown up watching Erin Andrews and Leslie Visser, two influential female sports broadcasters who helped establish women’s...

Opinion: Club days are trivial and a waste of time

Opinion: Club days are trivial and a waste of time

Jack Kirk, Staff Writer

November 27, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Once a month, Robinson High School decides that the first Monday does not matter, so we have a club day. I feel that club days are the biggest waste of time that the school partakes in. We should just have a normal day and completely forget that club days ever existed. The most senseless part of club...

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