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Orion vs. Dragon: The race is on

Orion vs. Dragon: The race is on

By Miles Bradford, Round Table Reporter
April 27, 2017
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Humans have been looking to the stars since they appeared on this great blue planet. Now top scientists and corporations are looking to Mars, the Red Planet, for colonization, and NASA and SpaceX are engaged in an epic face-off of scientific development in a new space race: the Mission to Mars. The...

The “Super Asian” conquers super stereotypes

The “Super Asian” conquers super stereotypes

By Jade Ruggieri, Round Table editor
March 30, 2017
Filed under Columns, Featured, Opinion, The Latest

It’s eighth grade. Moving from Severna Park, Maryland to Middletown was a big change. It was still a new concept going to a new school with new people. I was greeted with friendly smiles saying, "Welcome to Middletown." I thought to myself, "Maybe change won’t be so bad after all." I gradually started to tr...

Rockville rape case becomes politicized

Rockville rape case becomes politicized

By Kiley Hill, Round Table managing editor
March 30, 2017
Filed under Columns, Featured, Opinion, The Latest

I came home one day last week, ready to watch my dose of the evening news and was suddenly appalled at what I saw reporters, well, reporting. A 14-year-old girl at Rockville High School was allegedly raped by two much older illegal immigrants. The victim was brutally assaulted in a boys bathroom, at her own hig...

Climate change: more than a minor nuisance

Climate change: more than a minor nuisance

By Reid Fedors, Round Table reporter
March 30, 2017
Filed under Columns, Featured, Opinion, The Latest

Blockbuster movies often tell a story about a force that humans created which now cannot be stopped. Much of the time it is a robot taking over the world and it is up to humans to come to the rescue. But there’s a more real threat than the science fiction in movies. Humans have already created an unstopp...

Should students be allowed to wear what they want?

Should students be allowed to wear what they want?

By Madison Blumenauer, Round Table website editor-in-chief
March 17, 2017
Filed under Columns, Featured, Opinion, The Latest

In school systems all across the country, dress codes are being enforced. Many people have complained about their student being sent home for wearing a skirt too short or a top with straps not thick enough. Personally, I am a firm believer that students should have the freedom to express themselves i...

Reflecting on the Women’s March on Washington on International Women’s Day

Reflecting on the Women’s March on Washington on International Women’s Day

By Bridget O'Toole
March 13, 2017
Filed under Columns

My body, my mind, my power; my right to choose; my right to be; my right to equality and a president who believes in it. On Saturday, January 21, I fought for this, we joined together and fought for this. It’s safe to say no one expected the turnout that occurred at the Women's March on Washington,...

And the Oscar is supposed to go to…

And the Oscar is supposed to go to…

By Meg Kady, Round table reporter
March 7, 2017
Filed under Columns, Entertainment, Featured, Opinion, Reviews, Round Table Staff, The Latest

The Oscar broadcast on Feb. 26 was great. Until it wasn’t. I started out the night with the red carpet show saying, “This is the most well produced live event I have seen in awhile.” That attitude continued far throughout the show, until it didn't. I don't even think I need to explain, but for...

NBA All Star Weekend 2017

NBA All Star Weekend 2017

By Brian Walker
March 2, 2017
Filed under Columns, Round Table Staff, Sports reaction article

Expectations for the recent NBA All-Star weekend in New Orleans were high as there were a number of celebrities and elite athletes in attendance, but it failed to meet the standard that fans have come to expect from an all-star weekend. The weekend kicked off on Feb. 17 with the Celebrity Game. The...

Super Bowl LI proves to be the most memorable

Super Bowl LI proves to be the most memorable

By Garrett Baker, Round Table reporter
February 22, 2017
Filed under Columns, Sports, The Latest

The Super Bowl: the NFL season culminated in one game in which the two best teams get to battle it out on the big stage in front of 113.7 million people. The game has created many classics throughout the years, but Super Bowl LI proved to be the greatest of them all. Take it all the way back to the...

College football playoff rankings are shaken up after week 11

College football playoff rankings are shaken up after week 11

By Jake Stafford, Round Table reporter
November 22, 2016
Filed under Columns, Featured, Opinion, The Latest

The 11th week of college football was the best one that fans have seen this year by far. With the the amount of ranked teams losing, the latest polls are going to be left significantly different than last week. For the first time since 1985, three of the top four teams in the nation lost in the same...

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