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The impossible is possible

The impossible is possible

Natalia McCalla, Staff Writer

January 15, 2018


Filed under Across the Globe, Opinion, Perspectives, Showcase

Most kids dream big, with reality completely going over their heads. Well, besides me. I rarely dream of something too out of the ordinary in fear of being devastated when it doesn't happen. Yet, every day I see and hear about people who have been dreaming big since the day they could walk. They strive...

The battle of the holiday flavors

The battle of the holiday flavors

Andrew McMillan, Staff Writer

December 18, 2017


Filed under A&E, Opinion

With the holidays in full swing, Publix has put out its holiday ice cream flavors: "Peppermint Stick", "Santa's White Christmas" (coffee flavored), and "Limited Edition Pumpkin Pie".  After sampling each flavor, I narrowed the limited edition treats down to the top flavor of the season. Starting...

College Board: Helping Students or Hungry for Money?

College Board: Helping Students or Hungry for Money?

Hayle Short, Managing Editor

November 24, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives, Showcase

I want to protest College Board. I want to, but I can't. I could, but realistically, if I want to go to college or have any sort of career, I can't. College Board, the organization that prepares and administers exams to students on an international scale, has a powerful grip on the testing industry. Which,...

College Football Playoff week 11 rankings revealed

College Football Playoff week 11 rankings revealed

Paul Jennewein, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017


Filed under College Sports, Opinion, Perspectives, Sports

The College Football Playoff rankings were released on ESPN’s Top 25 rankings show last Tuesday. Though a thoroughly unentertaining half hour of television, the rankings revealed are concerning for some hopeful teams looking to be included in the College Football Playoff. In a highly competitive fi...

Students deserve a break

Macey Hatton, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Adults get vacation days, so why don't kids? I think all students can agree that high school is a very stressful time. Being involved in clubs and sports, maintaining friendships, studying for tests, keeping grades up and much more can push students to their breaking point. A mental health day is just...

Robinson students react to recent Trump statement

Robinson students react to recent Trump statement

Amelia Foster, Staff Writer

October 31, 2017


Filed under Across the Globe, News, Perspectives

On Wednesday, October 18, news broke that United States President Donald Trump had called the family of a fallen U.S. soldier and told the widow that "he knew what he signed up for". Trump never mentioned the soldier's name. Sgt. La David Johnson was his name. He was 25, and he died in Niger during...

America, it’s time to talk

Andrew McMillan, Staff Writer

October 18, 2017


Filed under News, Opinion, Perspectives

With the most recent addition to the growing list of mass shootings, I am very certain that my view on gun control has changed. Even with events such as Sandy Hook and the Orlando Night Club shootings, I still stood behind the façade that it was the person that committed the crime. Not the gun. But...

The Future of Outdoor Concerts

The Future of Outdoor Concerts

Jules Whitaker, Staff Writer

October 17, 2017


Filed under A&E, Across the Globe, News, Perspectives, Showcase

Similar to how 9/11 forced America to improve airport security, the Vegas Shooting has forced future outdoor concerts to make changes to their security plans in order to protect concert-goers. On October 1, 2017, the largest U.S. mass shooting in modern history took place at a concert in Las ...

Why we shouldn’t celebrate Columbus Day

Cilicia Anderson, Sports Editor

October 9, 2017


Filed under Across the Globe, Opinion, Perspectives

I'm sure a lot of people are familiar with the line, "In fourteen hundred and ninety-two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue," because for some reason when teaching history in school, somebody decided to credit Italian explorer, navigator, and colonizer, Christopher Columbus, for discovering America. However,...

One Small Step for Women, One Giant Leap for Saudi Arabia

One Small Step for Women, One Giant Leap for Saudi Arabia

Abigail Meyer, Staff Writer

October 9, 2017


Filed under Across the Globe, Opinion, Perspectives

As of September 26, 2017, the royal decree announced live on television that the women of Saudi Arabia will now be allowed to drive. Although this law will not become implemented until next June, this is a very big step for women in Saudi Arabia. There are only a few things in Saudi Arabia that women...

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