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Black Panther is not just another superhero blockbuster hit

Black Panther is not just another superhero blockbuster hit

Jermaine Stephens, Contributor

February 26, 2018


Filed under A&E, Opinion, Perspectives

I am not a guy who’s really into action movies or anything superhero-related; I’ve never read the Marvel comics or been into that scene of movies. So, I had no previous knowledge when watching Black Panther. I didn't know what to expect. But, with all the major buzz in the world about the movi...

Ladies, embrace the name!

Anna Thomas, Editor-in-Chief

February 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

The argument that "we are all Knights", despite our sex, still stands. Similarly, we are all people, despite our sex or race. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't embrace what makes us different. Girls and boys of Robinson High School take the court and field every day, but the community has unintentionally...

Dame it, Knights

Macy McClintock, Managing Editor

February 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

On social media, on websites and through talk around Tampa, we are known as the Robinson Knights. In that regard, there is no "Lady Knight." A student is a student; we are all Robinson Knights. And that's how it should always be. I am a quarterback on the flag football team, which chooses to go by...

Editors face off on the term “Lady Knights”

Editors face off on the term “Lady Knights”

February 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Throughout the country, high schools often differentiate between the male and female sports teams by adding "Lady" in front of the mascot's name and this is a consistent pattern seen at Robinson. Read two female staffers' response on how they think female athletes should be addressed. Comment below...

Taking back their heritage

Cilicia Anderson, Opinion Editor

February 20, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Black History Month has officially sprung into action this year and, with all that has happened in the past few years regarding racial inequality and discrimination, African-American citizens have become increasingly proud of their heritage and are expressing zero-tolerance for slander of any kind toward...

What are you doing, Snapchat?

What are you doing, Snapchat?

Natalia McCalla, Staff Writer

February 18, 2018


Filed under A&E, Opinion, Perspectives

The Snapchat app has made amazing updates in the past: notifying screenshots, unlimited amount of replays, group stories and group chats. These updates were easy for me to adapt to using and I could understand the update in a matter of minutes. However, Snapchat, one of the most popular social media...

We stand with Marjory Stoneman Douglas

We stand with Marjory Stoneman Douglas

The staff of rhstoday.com

February 15, 2018


Filed under Editorial, Opinion, Perspectives, Showcase

We follow them on twitter. We compete against them in competitions. We go to yearbook camp with them. We have met their teachers and their teachers' children. A staffer has a cousin that goes there. A school shooting, that happened a mere four hours away, affected people that we know. People that we ha...

Working double duty: can students be successful while holding a part-time job?

Nathalie Monroy, Staff Writer

February 14, 2018


Filed under Around the School, Perspectives

For many teens, balancing school and work can be quite stressful. However, some Robinson students have found ways to make it more manageable, and they have some tips on how to make it easier for others. For Stephanie Mondeja (’19), who works at Home Depot, work is simply more enjoyable than school. “It’s less demanding an...

Gasparilla needs to be more inclusive

Gasparilla needs to be more inclusive

Alanna Felton, A&E Editor

January 26, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

If one were to examine the history books closely enough, examples of female pirates who dominated their eras abound. The most successful pirate of all time is widely considered to be Ching Shih- a Chinese former prostitute who rose from brothel girl to wife of and co-leader to the formidable pirate Cheng...

Review: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Review: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Kenzie Hatton, Staff Writer

January 18, 2018


Filed under A&E, Perspectives

If you are on the fence about going to see Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, take this review as a go-ahead. Although, at times, it is cheesy and cliche, the actors and script make it a worthwhile two hours. It is the stand-alone second installment in the Jumanji series that tells the story of four...

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