As part of our efforts to create cancer awareness, it has become a Robinson tradition to celebrate a symbolic ceremony in which the water of our iconic Alumni fountain is dyed pink.
This year, we are encouraging students to learn about specific types of cancer, broadening their knowledge through research. Each class has been assigned with a type of cancer and students have to research about it’s causes, risk factors, early detection, diagnosis, and treatment options.
According to the American Cancer Society, more than one million people in the United States get cancer each year. It is important for everyone to know that understanding what to expect when diagnosed with cancer can help us and our loved ones cope.
Our student body, faculty and staff members join us once again to educate and inform the Robinson community about ways we can get involve to create greater cancer awareness. Stay tuned for more and enjoy the photos!
Special thanks to the students who represented the student body in our ceremony: Andreína Rodríguez, Alexandra Márquez, Fernando Marques, Carlos Mercado, and Alejandro Díaz.