The Rambler

Should the Fifth Grade Restrooms Be Renovated?

Maggie Trabalka, Reporter

September 14, 2015

Many students seem to be complaining about the 5th grade/ lobby bathrooms next to the gym, and many people are wondering if we should improve them. I had the chance of interviewing many of the students at Robertsville as well...

Pull Forward

Lexie Carroll, Reporter

September 14, 2015

The morning drop off line at Robertsville has caused major problems for many students. Many parents overlook that you are supposed to pull up all the way to the sign when dropping off their child(ren), and this has made an impact...

Gay Straight Alliance Club in RMS????

K.L., Reporter

January 16, 2014

The Goal of the Gay Straight Alliance is to create a safe and welcoming environment for all members of the LGBT community. Many people in this club or community participate in campaigns for awareness like the Day of Silence and...

Sports at Robertsville

Jahnney Cantrell, Reporter

January 16, 2014

In a poll taken by 75 students, 31 students stated their favorite sport as one that Robertsville doesn’t have.  The question is, is this number enough to make Robertsville add another sport to the program? Many think Robertsville...

Pondering the Tardiness Question

Jamie Swisher, Reporter

December 19, 2013

Late! Everyone has been there before, hurrying down the halls, trying to get class when BEEP! BEEP! BEEP! BEEP! BEEP! The late bell rings at fourth period and you get a late check on your records for the day. This seems to happen on ...

Bathroom Problem

Sierra Scott, Reporter

December 13, 2013

The bathrooms here at Robertsville have been a big issue for everyone. There have been some renovations for both boys and the girls’ bathrooms this year. “There were no doors and they smelled really bad,” quotes a male...

Patel Dishes on School Lunches

December 2, 2013

Our school lunch is okay. The only problem we have is that we can’t have sodas. Most people like to drink soda. Everybody I talked to wished that the cafeteria could sell sodas. Another problem is that we can’t put drinks...

Resch Donates Hair to Locks of Love

Rachel Resch, Reporter

May 2, 2013

If you look at the school you notice that many girls have at least shoulder length or even longer hair. To most girls, having long hair is wonderful. With long hair, the girls can pull it back into braids, pigtails, ponytails,...

“Breaking Dawn Part 2” a Nice Wrap-Up to Twilight Saga

Abby Bullock, Reporter

April 16, 2013

On November 16, 2012, the last Twilight movie came out. Originally books, written by Stephenie Meyer, the Twilight movies were a hit from the beginning. The cast including, Kirsten Stewart as Bella Swan, (or now, Bella Cullen)...

TCAP Test-taking Tips

Brett Baucom, Reporter

April 16, 2013

Soon coming to Robertsville Middle School is TCAP. The TCAP is an end of year test that is required by the State. This test is a very important test. Some may stress or freak out but it is nothing to really be scared of. Here...

Video Games Review: Black Ops 2

Ryan Armstrong, Reporter

April 3, 2013

This review will be split into three parts due to the three features of the game   Campaign: In this portion of the game, gamers play as multiple different characters, switching between the future and the past. For t...

Les Miserables

Carleigh White, Reporter

March 21, 2013

Most of you would recognize Hugh Jackman as the well-known superhero, Wolverine. However, in director Tom Hooper’s new movie Les Miserables, he plays the infamous Jean Valjean. Through a character named Father Myriel, Valjean ...

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