Alyssa Acosta, Staff Writer
March 27, 2019
The RHS today staff interviewed co-salutatorian Macey Hatton ('19). Both Hatton and her twin sister, Kenzie, earned the title of the traditional salutatorian, working hard in high school and earning the same exact GPA. Q: What is your GPA? Unweighted? Weighted? A: Unweighted 4.0, weighted 6.32 ...
Ella Wertz, Staff Writer
March 27, 2019
The salutatorian of Robinson's traditional program has a interesting story. Kenzie Hatton ('19) shares the title with her twin sister, Macy as they both took the same courses and ended up with the same GPA's. Hatton has continued to strengthen her schedule and motivate herself, not with salutatorian...
Anna Woodward, Staff Writer
March 7, 2019
Filed under Profiles
Vine, YouTube, Instagram. The number of apps that can make a person go viral is long and growing by the day. For people like Liam Silk ('22), social media has been a way to share fun content with friends and gain thousands of followers. Silk goes by the username @willyum420 on TikTok (previously known...
Amelia Foster, A&E editor
January 21, 2019
Joshua Saunders is a man of many titles; around Robinson, some may know him as their IB math teacher, but most people know him as the head coach of Robinson's most successful sports program: the flag football team. Along with holding five high school flag football state titles, Saunders is also head coach...
September 11, 2018
Many students at Robinson High School have struggled with playing multiple sports or being in the band program because of the time commitment. But cheerleader and baritone player Sabrina Takagishi ('21) manages both at the same time. Takagishi juggles marching band and the varsity cheer program along...
Ashlea Daniels, Features Editor
December 15, 2017
It all started with a "Hey" on Instagram. After eight months of a long-distance relationship, Nicholas Ferrer ('18) never thought that he and his girlfriend would break up, and a week before his birthday at that. He had never even met her in person before. The breakup wasn't without regrets, and his ...
Kaitlyn Corwin, In Depth Editor
March 28, 2016
Disaster struck the small island nation of Haiti in early 2010. A magnitude 7.0 earthquake, followed by aftershocks and tsunamis, devastated the entire population. Less than a minute of trembling destroyed years worth of infrastructure and technological advancements. People were displaced from their ...
Ashlea Daniels, Profiles Assistant Editor
March 22, 2016
Arriving at the bowling alley, Kristal Hill ('18) is sure she's about to beat her family in this game. "Let your little brother win, Kristal," her parents tell her. "No, I want to win," she replies. As the game progresses, Hill can tell that despite her best efforts, she is going to lose to...
Michelle Aros, Staff Writer
April 21, 2015
Major League Dance Crew is a band of brothers. While not actually related, the 2015 talent show winners have bonded through dance since their middle school years.
Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief
December 30, 2014
Jeff Tuttle is a big believer in doing what you love. And as a sports photographer for over 20 years, he's spent his time pursuing his passion. He knows it's never going to make him rich. There's not a lot of money in sports photography, but for a guy who has been nominated for two Pulitzer Prizes,...