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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...

Opinion: sports shouldn’t override morality

Opinion: sports shouldn’t override morality

Macy McClintock, Sports Editor

November 27, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Pro Sports, Sports

I would label myself a sports fanatic. Baseball, basketball, football, hockey- whatever the sport, I've most likely attempted to play it and continue to watch it on a professional level. Along with the games themselves, I enjoy following the athletes of my favorite teams as well. I look up to them, and...

Pointless gobble gobble

Pointless gobble gobble

Natalia McCalla, Opinion Editor

November 26, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Do you know what's easy to swallow? Ham. Do you know what's wet? Ham. Do you know what's so dry you choke? Turkey. I know that the turkey is the most important part of  Thanksgiving, but it is the worst part of the meal. "The best part about turkey is that it is so cheap". Yep,...

Santa’s a ham kinda man

Ella Wertz, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Most holidays are defined by set time periods. Easter is three days and the fourth of July is one. However, Christmas has never been truly defined. To define it, the Christmas season should start on Nov. 1. This might be seen as an unpopular opinion because people make a fuss about skipping over Thanksgiving,...

Don’t pass the turkey

Jules Whitaker, Features Editor

November 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Every holiday has its season, but Christmas has gone on for long enough. Most holidays get a weekend: Memorial day, Labor day, Veteran's day. A few receive a couple of weeks, or tie in with the season to add some holiday flare. Christmas, however, is creeping its way into other holiday territory. Hallmark...

Athletes should be able to wear uniforms to school

Athletes should be able to wear uniforms to school

Alyssa Acosta, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Coming into high school, every athlete looks forward to being able to show off their jerseys to the school on game days. Being able to wear your uniforms or jerseys to school allows students to represent their team and lets athletes show their pride in their sports and what they do. Jerseys represent...

The turkey got run over by a reindeer

The turkey got run over by a reindeer

November 14, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives, Showcase

RHSToday staffers Jules Whitaker and Ella Wertz discuss when the Christmas season really begins.

Goodbye, Stan Lee

Goodbye, Stan Lee

Alanna Felton, Editor-in-Chief

November 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

On Monday, pop culture icon Stan Lee passed away at the age of 95. Lee created or co-created countless iconic Marvel comics characters, including: Spider-Man, Black Panther, The Fantastic Four, the X-Men, Daredevil, the Incredible Hulk, Thor, and Ant-Man. He has especially risen to prominence with the...

Veterans Day, I’ve never heard of that

Ella Wertz, Staff Writer

November 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Many students are oblivious to things happening in our country on a governmental, social, and environmental level. But, there are some things that are too important to be neglected. On Wednesday, I went around to several students and teachers at Robinson to interview them regarding their opinion on...

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