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Morter smiles as shes excited to start her new role as Robinsons IB counselor.

Let’s See Leslie!

Charlotte Stone, Features Editor January 25, 2022

Leslie Morter, Robinson's newest IB counselor may be new to Robinson, but she isn't new to counseling at all. After 27 years of working in education, Morter can easily say that she is very proud of the...

Golden helps out her student who had a question about the work.

A Teacher with a Golden Heart

Salma Boughdiri, Staff Writer January 14, 2022

The second semester has just recently begun and along with it came a new teacher: Melissa B. Golden. Golden teaches Chemistry and is in her second year of teaching here in Hillsborough County. However,...

The outdoor seating area of the Buddy Brew located in Hyde Park Village

ISSUE 2: The Hottest Spots for Study Season

Charlotte Stone, Features Editor December 10, 2021

If you are anything like me, you find it practically impossible to focus, especially when studying. During the time leading up to midterms, this can add extra, unnecessary stress. But, don't worry,...

Christmas Town is a fun event hold by Busch Gardens yearly around the holiday time.

ISSUE 2: Fun Activities in Tampa during the Holidays

Cecilia Cheng, A&E Editor December 10, 2021

As November slips through our fingers, everyone is beginning to play their Christmas playlist on repeat. Christmas decor is starting to pop up at every street corner and no one can get enough of it....

Graphic made on Canva using provided images depicting Fall Break Activities.

Fall Break Activities

Charlotte Stone, Features Editor November 20, 2021

Now, I love fall break just as much as anyone else. It feels like there are practically no long weekends or days off during November. But, fall break is there to make up for it. However, when you're stuck...

Rizwan Ahmed (left) and Payton Heckman lift Thaxton up as the rest of the crab crew stands around them. One of the participants pictured, Gavyn Granger-Welch (23), joined the crab clan on Oct. 8. I thought it was cool and Petra had gotten one too so I decided to start wearing it with other people who wear them, Granger-Welch said.

Crab Shirts Slowly Swarm the R

Lindsey Chadwick, Opinion Editor November 4, 2021

Every single Friday, a group of students dresses up in the same top, and on that top is a crab. This group of students calls it "Crab Shirt Friday". You heard it right. Crab, as in the fast, little ocean...

Christal Rolack (22) pictured with the S2S sponsor Mrs. Bush.

Dealing with your Mental Health as a Military Child

Julia Guillermo, Staff Writer October 31, 2021

S2S is a student-led program where military children, along with civilian students, have the opportunity to welcome and connect with new students within their school. The club is also focused on advocating...

Fultz standing outside the blood drive bus right before donating.

Q&A: First Time Donor Gives Blood

Charlotte Stone, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

The blood drive is back. Since last year was an unprecedented year, Robinson was unable to participate in many activities that students have become accustomed to. However, as things are returning to...

Table Tennis club founder Nathan Pham poses with the tools of his trade.

Outré Beginnings for Robinson’s Burgeoning Table Tennis Club

Samuel Elliott, Print Managing Editor September 9, 2021

One of the more notable clubs to make its introduction this year is the Table Tennis club, led by Robinson senior Nathan Pham. His infectious enthusiasm for the sport, unrelenting commitment to realizing...

Somerville holds up her classroom sign with her name on it.

17 Years and Counting with Somerville

Sarai Cochran, Senior Staff Writer September 9, 2021

Full-time reading teacher Mary Somerville is new to Robinson High School. Born outside of Pittsburg, it's her first year here and the third school she's taught at. Somerville had an early start in her...

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