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Springing Into Florals and Pastels

Springing Into Florals and Pastels

By Laurel Fogle, Round Table reporter
April 4, 2017
Filed under Blogs, Round Table Staff

​    Blossoming trees, chirping birds, and sunny skies… it’s officially beginning to feel like spring. If you’re like me, you’ve already banished your heavy sweaters and obnoxiously puffy jackets to the back of your closet and are ready to fully embrace the florals, laces, and pastels o...

March Madness is a different game to me

March Madness is a different game to me

By Meg Kady, Round Table Reporter
March 22, 2017
Filed under Blogs, Featured, Opinion, Sports, The Latest

This is March Madness from someone who loves it but doesn't know much about it. Sure, I make my bracket and understand that a lower seed number is better than a higher one, but that is about it. I am not dumb when it comes to basketball, but I don’t have the time to research for months in advance...

Bertoni’s path has led him to this moment

By Miles Bradford, Round Table reporter
March 21, 2017
Filed under Blogs, Featured, Opinion, Sports, The Latest, Wrestling, Wrestling articles

Middletown Senior Danny Bertoni won his fourth state title in the 1A/2A individual competition for the 138 lb. weight class. This achievement has only been captured by six people in the history of Maryland, and the effort required is enormous. Wrestling for as long as he can remember, Bertoni has n...

Lost the battle, won the war

Lost the battle, won the war

By Kiley Hill, Round Table managing editor
March 15, 2017
Filed under Blogs, Featured, Opinion, The Latest

Do I choose to wake up every day and grieve? No. I wake up every day and know a part of me is missing. On July 1, 2016 my parents told me my grandmother was diagnosed with cancer. At the time, no one knew what type, not even the doctors. Friends and family would ask what it was and my family would...

Oscars countdown: The host matters the most

Oscars countdown: The host matters the most

By Meg Kady, Round Table reporter
February 16, 2017
Filed under Blogs, Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Featured, Opinion, The Latest

The Oscars are only two weeks away, and my countdown begins. Award shows have been heating up TV screens across the nation, but with the Grammys on Sunday, and the all the drama it encompassed, people are even more aware that awards season is upon us. Let's start by looking at the basics of this yea...

Sunflower field has a much larger meaning

Sunflower field has a much larger meaning

By Kiley Hill, Round Table managing editor
September 29, 2016
Filed under Blogs, Featured, Opinion, The Latest

What would you do if your 6-year-old son or daughter was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor? How would you react when you find out your otherwise perfectly healthy child’s life would be taken in a year? Would you live that year in fear, hope? Or would you just live it normally? One family planted...

Working on a campaign proves to be life-changing

Working on a campaign proves to be life-changing

By Bridget O'Toole, Round Table reporter
September 21, 2016
Filed under Blogs, Opinion, The Latest

Over the course of four months, I worked on a political campaign and it was one of the most rewarding things I have ever done. The campaign taught me many incredible things and also allowed me to make many great connections and friends. The first time I ever heard about Kathleen Matthews’ Campaign...

Abbe Pannccci goes paleo for a week to continue her diet series

Abbe Pannccci goes paleo for a week to continue her diet series

By Abbe Pannucci, Round Table news editor
June 9, 2016
Filed under Blogs, Featured, Opinion, Scroll

If there was a camera in my kitchen, every day at 2:45 (when I get home from school), it would see me standing at the pantry with my book bag still on and purse in hand, chowing down on anything with salt or sugar that I can find. Unfortunately, in my house the most sugary option might be a bag of Goldfi...

Abbe Pannucci goes gluten free for a week

Abbe Pannucci goes gluten free for a week

By Abbe Pannucci, News editor
April 20, 2016
Filed under Blogs, Opinion, Scroll

As I eat my goldfish, full of gluten AND smiles, I write you this: After my week as a vegetarian, I was convinced I could rock any diet. I was wrong. Being gluten-free for five days was definitely not as easy as being a vegetarian. It turns out that gluten is in almost everything that I enjoy eating. I...

Steampunk 101

Steampunk 101

By Erin Cowan, MHS Round Table reporter
April 20, 2016
Filed under Blogs, Opinion

  Does Victorian fashion really grind your gears? Hehehe, steampunk anyone? Steel corsets, bronze and golden gears, those weird goggles that make you look like a bug, and way too many  hours spent laboring over props  made of out of cardboard but spray painted to  look super rad.  If any...

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