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Review: The Art of Racing in the Rain

Review: The Art of Racing in the Rain

Hanna Malone, Staff Writer

September 3, 2019

A few days ago, I went to the movie theater with my sister to see "The Art of Racing in the Rain" and let me tell you, I did not come emotionally prepared. The film was produced by the same people who did "Marley & Me," which is the epitome of a tear-jerker and honestly set the bar for movies about...

Knights fall 45-6 to Hillsborough in season opener

Knights fall 45-6 to Hillsborough in season opener

Jack Kirk, Sports Editor

August 26, 2019

In what was the first full game for the Knights since November 11, 2018, they found themselves suffering their first loss of the season to Hillsborough 45-6. The first quarter saw both teams score, with the Terriers scoring a rushing touchdown and Robinson kicker Steven Verdisco ('20) kicking a Robinson...

Knight Writers Vol 59 Issue 4 out now

Knight Writers Vol 59 Issue 4 out now

Knight Writers, Staff

May 1, 2019

The staff is pleased to announce the final issue of the Knight Writers newspaper for the 2018-2019 school year. In this edition, we learn more about possible privatization of the custodial staff, profile the 2019 Hall of Fame, learn about the coaching issues during the boys tennis season and much more.   ...

UNICEF’s Hunger Banquet gives students a new perspective on food

UNICEF’s Hunger Banquet gives students a new perspective on food

Anna Woodward, Staff Writer

April 25, 2019

On Thursday, April 18, Robinson's UNICEF Club had their annual Hunger Banquet. The event lasted one hour and gave participants the opportunity to see hunger from a new perspective. At the Hunger Banquet, goers are divided into lower, middle and upper economic statuses. Each participant is given a...

Photo gallery: Senior IB art show

Photo gallery: Senior IB art show

April 1, 2019

The senior IB art students hosted their annual art show in the auditorium on Thursday, March 28. Each artist displayed a series of pieces they have been working on since their junior year. The galleries included paintings, drawings, 3-D sculptures and photo manipulations.

Water walk raises awareness for underprivileged children

Water walk raises awareness for underprivileged children

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor

March 27, 2019

On Wednesday March 26, Robinson's Be UNICEF club held their annual water walk to spread awareness of a larger UNICEF goal. During the event, around 20 students--including the softball team--split into 4 teams and lugged buckets of water around an obstacle course to represent the struggles children in...

Are honor societies worth the cost?

Are honor societies worth the cost?

Morgan Brazier, Managing Editor

March 13, 2019

The fee for an honor society at Robinson tends to be about $20, a cost that isn't a problem for most high school students. It is common for students to join honor societies and other clubs to improve their college resume and counselors and college admissions offices stress the importance of being involved...

Robinson increases security measures

Robinson increases security measures

Morgan Brazier, Managing Editor

March 6, 2019

As of Feb. 19 Robinson High School's student parking lot entrance has become the sole point of entry for all non-bus rider students coming to school in the mornings. (Students who ride the bus enter through the gate by the cafeteria). Up until then, students could also enter through a gate at the...

Football is not the only sport

Football is not the only sport

Jack Kirk, Staff Writer

March 6, 2019

Before I begin, let me just say that football is by far my favorite sport. I love watching it whether it be two high school teams or two professional teams. A lot of my peers probably feel the same way about it and love attending high school football games. The problem lies in the other sports in high...

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