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Sydney Robbins

Sydney Robbins, Staff photographer

Sydney Robbins is a senior, and this is her second year on staff and first year as the Photo Editor. In her free time she enjoys taking pictures and spending quality time with her dog, Trooper. 5 out of 7 days in the week she gets ready in room 139. Sydney also enjoys long walks to the fridge and romantic comedies. She's terrible at bowling (even with the bumpers) but still enjoys it especially at Brunswick Zone XL where they have really, really, really good food ( especially the monster cookie). After high school she plans to use her free two years at SCC using her A+ hours then she plans to major in Graphic Design Technology and minor in Photography.

All content by Sydney Robbins

[Video] PSA: Suicide awareness

Connor Crites, Video Editor
March 14, 2018
One of the apps that makes it very easy for someone to cheat is the app, Tinder. This shows how you can match with another person, that isnt the person that you are in a relationship with.

[Photo] Classic Cheaters

Juliet Fuhrmann, Move Editor
March 2, 2018
An emotional state

An emotional state

Sydney Robbins, Photography Editor
February 26, 2018

[Photo] The impact spreads

Liz Baker, Web Editor-in-Chief
February 22, 2018
Lawrence sits at his usual spot outside Hunkys Diner at night, face illuminated by the red neon sign. He regualarly comes to this spot to play his music and take in the surroundings of the Bishop Arts District.

[Photo] Rhythm of change

Megan Percy, Staff reporter
February 15, 2018
At the homecoming pep assembly on Sept. 30, Assistant Principal FaceTimed Mrs. Roxanne Fetsch, who was diagnosed with adult acute lymphoblastic leukemia at the beginning of the school year and has not been able to participate in her beloved school activities.

[Photo] Our favorite photos

Belen Herrera, Multimedia Editor-in-Chief
December 17, 2017
Sam prepares for his stressful audition, knowing fully well how intense it can become. He has tried out all four years he has been in high school.

[Photo] Making the cuts

Craig Eddy, Reporter
December 7, 2017
Protestors outside wield signs reading Trump Lies among other slogans. Protesters arrived before noon and remained outside until the president spoke.

[Photo] Trump speaks in St. Charles

Skylar Laird, Co-editor-in-chief
November 30, 2017

[Photo] Who is Lily Chung?

Jennifer Ferry, Staff reporter
November 27, 2017
Actors Abram Cutshall and Sage Russel dancing during a scene. The pair (and the rest of the cast) have been rehearsing since the beginning of the school year.

[Photo] A killer production

Reese McLaughlin, Liz Baker, Staff Reporter, Feature Editor
October 4, 2017
Junior Brynlee Hendricks competes with intensity during the district tournament. Although she did not advance to sectionals, she is still content with her overall performance and her season as a whole.

[Photo] Conquering districts

Talia Thambyrajah, staff reporter
October 3, 2017
Pitcher #6 Loren Harrison, junior, whirls a fastball to an opposing batter from Warrenton High while 1st baseman #15 Lizzie Orf prepares for the potential play. The team works hard to maintain seamless play and preparation throughout the duration of their games.

[Photo] “Out for blood”

Garrett Allen, Discover Editor
October 3, 2017
A member of the varsity softball team nails an incoming ball into the outfield. The teams talent in batting, especially from senior Kaitlyn Chadwick, will help enormously to overcome Troy later in the season.

[Photo] Mountains to overcome

Craig Eddy, Staff reporter
September 26, 2017
Mr. Koz discusses with a student the best way to go about one of many complicated problems. Pre-AP Chem is one of the most intensive honors classes offered at FHC.

[Photo] The chemistry guy

Garrett Allen, Staff reporter
February 16, 2017
Senior Laura Weiss and junior Abram Cutshall perform their scene on VIP night of Almost, Maine. Their scene depicts Cutshall not being able to feel pain and Weiss as constantly feeling pain.

[Photo] Maine event

Skylar Laird, Feature Editor
November 22, 2016
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