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It wasn’t time to cut Koetter

Macy McClintock, Sports Editor

January 18, 2019


Filed under Football, Opinion, Perspectives, Pro Sports, Sports

As a beaming Bucs fan and aggressively passionate feminist, I've found myself morally torn throughout this season. And it's left me with a huge dislike for Jameis Winston. Yes, he served his suspension, yet he continues to make wrong life choices on top of not playing up to the hype that continuously...

Hiring is a new coach is a smart move for the Bucs

Jack Kirk, Staff Writer

January 18, 2019


Filed under Football, Pro Sports, Sports

As an emotionally exhausted Bucs fan, I am relieved that they moved on from Dirk Koetter and signed Bruce Arians as their new head coach. It was time for a fresh start and Arians is perfect for the job. History shows that Arians can lead a team and produce wins, as he only had one losing season in...

Should the Buc get Cut?

Should the Buc get Cut?

Macy McClintock and Jack Kirk, Sports Editor and Staff Writer

January 18, 2019


Filed under Football, Opinion, Perspectives, Pro Sports, Sports

This past December, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fired Head Coach Dirk Koetter after going 5-11 throughout the season. Two staffers face off to debate whether or not it really was time for Koetter to go.

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,...

Annotations are a key to understanding

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor

September 24, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Going through any Robinson hallway, you'll hear IB students gripe about the amount of annotations they have to do. The constant complaints have created a layer of fear and general distaste towards such a simple act as annotations. When living in such a negative state of mind you'll only ever be able...

Annotations are more harmful than helpful

Nicole Perdigon, News Editor

September 24, 2018


Filed under Around the School, Opinion, Perspectives

Going through any Robinson hallway, you'll hear IB students gripe about the amount of annotations they have to do, with good reason. Annotations are labeled as an assignment that is crucial for building life skills when in reality, life would continue on if annotations were never even a thing. They are...

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