Robertson’s Reportings: 1/11 – 1/17

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

January 18, 2019

Welcome back to Robertson’s Reportings! Over the holidays, the amount of blood donated to Red Cross decreased drastically. Snow, ice, and extreme temperatures prevented some of the blood drives from being held. All people eligible are encouraged to donate, especially those with type O blood. In North...

Robertson’s Reportings: 1/4 – 1/10

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

January 11, 2019

Welcome back to Robertson’s Reportings! News is quickly spreading of how Disneyland, California’s version of Disney World, has raised ticket prices due to the opening of “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge,” an expansion opening this summer. The one-day adult ticket increased approximately $14, and the...

Carter and Spigner win Blue and Gold Merit Scholarship

Meagan Gutheil, Editor-in-Chief

January 7, 2019

Congratulations to Eman Carter and Branyon Spigner for receiving UNCG’s most prestigious scholarship, the Blue and Gold Merit Scholarships. Page is the only school in the entire country to have two outstanding students receive this award this year. To qualify for this scholarship, they had to comple...

Robertson’s Reportings: Catching Up From Winter Break

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

January 7, 2019

After an end to 2018 and the start of a new year, welcome back to Robertson’s Reportings! There were multiple reports of an unidentified, red sphere off of South Carolina’s coast on Christmas Eve. Many South Carolinians posted pictures and videos of the red object which has been reported before in...

Basketball After the Break

William Petitt, Sports Editor

January 4, 2019

Over the break, Page Men’s Basketball has found success as they went 4-1, with two wins coming during the HAECO Invitational. This boosts the Pirates overall record to 7-5, and more importantly back above .500 for the first time since early December. The streak started for the Pirates on December 20th,...

Robertson’s Reportings: 12/14 – 12/20

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018

Thanks for joining me today on Robertson’s Reporings! This week, the controversy continues on whether the popular Christmas song “Baby It’s Cold Outside” is inappropriate or not. Multiple polls have been put up with results saying that people want the song off of radio stations because of the...

French Honor Society Sells Chocolates for the Community

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

From December 17 to December 21, Page’s French Honor Society is selling chocolates to raise money for the Pirate community. The members are collecting donations of gift cards to Target and Walmart, medium sized clothing, and money during all three lunches. Madam Brozzi, the French teacher at Page,...

Men’s Basketball Pre-Winter Break Update

William Petitt, Sports Editor

December 19, 2018

Last night the Men’s Basketball team lost in an away game at Eastern Guilford with a final score of 59-50. This brings the team to 3-4 for the season, and under .500 for the first time this season. Previously, the Pirates had won three games in a row, but have lost their last four matchups by close...

All-County Band and Orchestra Dreaming Big

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

December 17, 2018

On Friday, November 16 six selected students from Page took part in the All-County Orchestra held at Southwest Guilford. This event took place at 4:00 and lasted about an hour. The students chosen auditioned for the All-County Band and performed well enough not only to take part in the Band but also to...

Robertson’s Reportings: 12/7 – 12/13

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

December 17, 2018

Welcome back to Robertson’s Reportings! Winter Storm Diego has affected Americans from Texas to the East Coast. States of emergency were declared in North Carolina, Virginia, and Oklahoma. Locally, we received over a foot of snow mixed with ice on Sunday, December 9. Guilford County Schools, among...

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