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Reaction: Stephen Hillenburg’s Death

Reaction: Stephen Hillenburg’s Death

By Jordan Long and Hanna Green

December 4, 2018


Filed under About, Broadcast, Featured, MHS Announcements, Reaction videos, The Latest, The Round Table

Spongebob Squarepant's creator Stephen Hillenburg died Monday, November 26 from a disease that affected his physical function. Round Table reporters Jordan Long and Hanna Green took to the halls of MHS to get reactions from students on his death.

School Bus Safety

School Bus Safety

By Nic Bradley, RT Today executive producer

December 2, 2018


Filed under Broadcast, Reaction videos, Reactions, The Latest

With an increase of incidents involving cars not stopping for school buses, Round Table reporter Nic Bradley asks MHS students if they feel safe when boarding the bus, and, School Resource Office Andy Smothers if he's seen an increase of this dangerous activity.

Reactions: Fan Interference

Reactions: Fan Interference

By Joe Montgomery and Jake Stafford

November 13, 2018


Filed under Baseball, Baseball videos, Broadcast, Featured, Opinion, Reaction videos, Reactions, Sports, Sports reaction video, The Latest

Round table reporters Joe Montgomery and Jake Stafford get reactions from MHS students about fan interference in sporting events.

Serena Williams reaction

Serena Williams reaction

By Ally Pick, Round Table reporter

September 10, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion, Reaction videos, The Latest

U.S. women's tennis player Serena Williams lost this years U.S. Open after receiving three warnings during the final game. William's reactions to the warnings and her loss, which some debate is due to said warnings, has received an onslaught of both backlash and support in the days following the game....

Reactions: Kilauea volcano eruption hits the Big Island

Reactions: Kilauea volcano eruption hits the Big Island

By Kiley Hill and Garrett Baker

May 17, 2018


Filed under News, Reaction videos, RT +, The Latest, The Round Table, Video

Hawaiian volcano Kilauea erupted hitting many homes and spreading toxic chemicals into the air.

Reactions: Southwest emergency landing

Reactions: Southwest emergency landing

By Heidi Daniels, Features managing editor

May 7, 2018


Filed under Features, Reaction videos, Reactions, RT +, The Latest

On Tuesday, April 17th 2018, Southwest Airlines flight 1380 made an emergency landing in Philadelphia. Twenty minutes into the flight from New York City to Dallas, the engine failed, sending pieces from the engine into passenger Jennifer Riordan’s window, causing her to be partially pulled out of...

Reactions: North Korea stops testing missiles

Reactions: North Korea stops testing missiles

By Nic Bradley, News managing editor

April 26, 2018


Filed under Featured, News, Reaction videos, Reactions, The Latest, The Round Table

On Saturday, April 21st, North Korea met with South Korean leaders which led North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to stop all nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile tests and a major missile test site. Round Table reporter Nic Bradley asks MHS students and staff on their thoughts on this missile testing...

Reactions: Missile strike in Syria

Reactions: Missile strike in Syria

By Nic Bradley, Round Table News Managing Editor

April 20, 2018


Filed under Features, News reaction video, Reaction videos, Reactions, The Latest, The Round Table

On April 13th Donald Trump initiated a missile strike in Syria after they have been targeting their own people with chemical weapons. Trump, after the attack, said that if Syria were to strike against its own people again, America is "locked and loaded" for another missile strike. Round Table reporter...

Reactions: Linda Brown, of Brown v. BOE, death

Reactions: Linda Brown, of Brown v. BOE, death

By Kim Fleming and Shauna Knight

April 9, 2018


Filed under Featured, News, Reaction videos, The Latest, The Round Table, Video

Linda Brown, who partook in the staple Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education, passed away on March 25 at the age of 76. Brown v. Board of Education laid the pathway for desegregation in schools in 1954, after a unanimous vote that the “separate but equal” doctrine denied citizens of col...

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