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Fishman turns pandemic boredom into music production
Features

Anna Woodward | January 5, 2021

When COVID-19 canceled Jacob Fishman’s (’21) summer plans, he found himself passing the time with an interest growing since his freshman year: music. Over the summer, he got a music recording setup and…

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Beyond the ballot
Features

Anna Woodward | November 4, 2020

Like many Robinson students, Quynh Nhu Dang (’21) has a unique background. She moved to the United States at just 9 years old, and saw the impact of politics on the immigration system firsthand. Fast forward…

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Review: The Devil All The Time is not for the faint of heart
Arts & Entertainment

Via Godinez | October 29, 2020

The Devil All The Time has the potential of becoming a modern cult classic.

The complex plot and writing style of Donald Ray Pollock’s book was brought to life on screen by the magic of Antonio Campos…

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Review: Fleet Foxes return with Shore
Arts & Entertainment

Samuel Elliott | October 8, 2020

A few years back, a stranger on the internet told me the Fleet Foxes were “soccer mom indie rock” when I said I had liked their latest album. And that’s not really too far off, as “White Winter Hymnal”…

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Review: Harry Styles just wants to be known
Arts & Entertainment

Amelia Foster | December 17, 2019

There is quite frankly nothing more daunting and inescapable than figuring out who you are, but Harry Styles conquers that fear with an entire album, Fine Line. Embedded in each part of the album, whether…

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Review: Dickinson breathes life into Emily Dickinson
Arts & Entertainment

Amelia Foster | December 16, 2019

When I first saw the trailer for Dickinson, a new show about the poet Emily Dickinson, it seemed like the least promising show of the year. It looked like a thousand other shows and I made a point to avoid…

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2019 Election brings big changes to Tampa
News

Alanna Felton | March 4, 2019

Come March 5, Tampa will experience a serious shakeup in its government. Not only will the city elect a new mayor in the upcoming municipal election, it will also elect four new City Council members and…

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Review: Little Mix embraces their feminist side with LM5
Arts & Entertainment

Amelia Foster | December 10, 2018

Little Mix is a girl group best known for their bold and unapologetic music. Consisting of Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Little Mix has confessed to struggling to…

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Concert review: Ed Sheeran exceeds all expectations
Arts & Entertainment

Amelia Foster | November 21, 2018

Looking at the miles and miles of traffic-jammed cars leading to Raymond James Stadium, I was seriously considering whether this Ed Sheeran concert would be worth the wait. It was a hot and humid Wednesday…

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Knights beat Blake 28-25 in comeback win
Sports

Macy McClintock | October 11, 2018

In the final few minutes of Friday night’s matchup against Blake, underclassmen on the Robinson sideline started chanting the team’s motto, “Three more feet” as loud as they could. After Blake scored…

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