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  • Knight Writers celebrates its 61st Anniversary throughout October
  • First quarter ends October 23
  • Now 1500 people allowed at Football games, only 400 at Volleyball
  • RHS COVID-19 Count: 6
  • Yearbooks are $75 until October 31

Yearbook staff adopt unconventional approach in response to 2020

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Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer

September 11, 2020

2020's COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for unprecedented changes in the entirety of student and faculty life, enough to cement itself as a year to remember, and students can be sure to count on this year's yearbook to document it all. There have been many wrenches thrown into the production...

Yearbook on track for completion

Co-Editor-in-Chief Leila Bouabdelli ('20) works on a yearbook spread at home.

Hanna Malone, Staff Writer

March 27, 2020

With the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous things have been cancelled including sports seasons, theater productions and GradBash at Universal Studios. However, students are still expected to receive a yearbook for this school year. The predicted early May distribution date has not been...

In-Brief Issue 1

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Nicole Perdigon, Print Managing Editor

February 27, 2020

With the third quarter of the 2019-2020 school year wrapping up, find out important dates that are coming up. The last parent-teacher conference night of the year is tonight from 5 p.m. - 8 p.m. On March 2, there is no school for students to celebrate the Strawberry Festival. There will be a mand...

Knight Writers Vol. 60 Issue 3 out now

Knight Writers Vol. 60 Issue 3 out now

Knight Writers, Staff

February 26, 2020

The staff is pleased to announce the third issue of the Knight Writers newspaper for the 2019-2020 school year. In this edition, we investigate the gentrification caused by luxury apartment buildings around Robinson, recap the girls basketball season, discuss if Netflix is losing its edge, and much more....

An update from the district on outsourcing custodians

An update from the district on outsourcing custodians

The staff of rhstoday.com

April 29, 2019

The Robinson journalism staff published an article in the most recent edition of Knight Writers discussing Hillsborough County Public Schools' proposal to outsource custodians. While we waited for our issue to print, Chris Farkas, the district's Deputy Superintendent for Operations sent a letter to...

Photo gallery: Senior IB art show

Artist Samantha Davidson ('19) carves out a map of the world and places string indicating where she's been and where she wants to go as the centerpiece of her exhibit. Davidson places three strings indicating places she has lived in, places she has been to, and places she wants to go to someday.

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

Two water walk teams prepare for their event

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...

The price of graduation

Alanna Felton, Editor-in-Chief

March 25, 2019

For many RHS seniors, graduation represents the culmination of four years of hard work. However, students pay to graduate in more ways than just the effort expended earning the necessary grade requirements. There is also a monetary cost. Each year, students are required to purchase graduation robes...

Are honor societies worth the cost?

National Honor Society members attend a meeting in the cafeteria.

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...

Recapping the 2019 mayoral election

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Anna Woodward, Staff Writer

March 6, 2019

This Tuesday, March, 5 was election day in Tampa. However, the election is not over quite yet.  Mayoral Candidate Jane Castor had the highest number of votes at 48%, with David Straz second with 15%. Because neither candidate recieved 50% of the vote, on April 23rd, a runoff election will take place...

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