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Upcoming Artist: Dermot Kennedy

Upcoming Artist: Dermot Kennedy

By Jayden Bidle, reporter

October 7, 2019

“See I’m in love with how your soul’s a mix or chaos and art, and how you never try to keep ‘em apart.”   Born in Rathcoole, Ireland, Dermot Kennedy started playing guitar at age ten. Four years later he started writing music for fun and then eventually went on to study classical m...

PoliPod #1 Impeachment and Elections

By Ryan Lawler, Produce rand Talent

September 27, 2019

Rt reporter Ryan Lawler gives a rundown of this weeks biggest political events and explains context to go along with them....

Cinema Synopsis Movie News Ep.1 :Suicide Squad Cast, Goldfinch Box Office

By Ryan Lawler and Ethan Mullican

September 19, 2019

RT Reporters Ryan Lawler and Ethan Mullican go over this week's biggest movie news, involving the Suicide Squad cast reveal, all the way to the Goldfinch bombing at the box office....

MHS students splash into summer plans

MHS students splash into summer plans

By Lauren Leatherman, Round Table Reporter

June 17, 2019

Popular summer activities include: going to the beach, spending time with friends and family or just relaxing reading a good book. Middletown High School students share what they have planned for summer 2019.

Class of 2019 graduates are ready to change the world

Class of 2019 graduates are ready to change the world

By Leah Heon, Round Table news staff

June 11, 2019

Recently, Middletown High School seniors traveled to Mount St. Mary's University along with their family and friends to celebrate the ending of one era and the start of another as they graduate high school.

MHS Quill and Scroll Students take on Washington D.C.

MHS Quill and Scroll Students take on Washington D.C.

By Leah Heon, Round Table news staff

June 10, 2019

Recently, members of the Quill and Scroll Honor Society visited the nation's capital to explore both journalistic and cultural aspects of the city. The group went to the Newseum, met with Maryland Representative Jamie Raskin, toured the monuments, visited Politico, and explored the Capitol.

Middletown colors the streets

By Camden Houck, News and Events Staff

May 8, 2019

Camden Houck gives viewers an in depth look at the second annual Coloring the Streets festival in downtown Middletown.

Reactions: Notre Dame cathedral catches fire

Reactions: Notre Dame cathedral catches fire

By Cailyn Zanylo, round table reporter

April 30, 2019

Recently, the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, France caught fire, due to an unknown cause. The fire started in the attic and burned 2/3 of the roof away, as well as burn down part of the cathedral’s spire. No one was injured in the fire, but this French icon will never be the same.

Reaction: First photograph of a black hole

Reaction: First photograph of a black hole

By Jacob Daniels, Round Table Reporter

April 29, 2019

MHS students and staff react to the first photograph of a black hole, located in the M87 galaxy.

White House in spring is site to behold

White House in spring is site to behold

By Lauren Leatherman, RT Reporter

April 24, 2019

Today’s White House Grounds are a site to behold. What started as 85 acres of land chosen by this country's first president, George Washington, was first refined and cultivated by its garden-loving president, Thomas Jefferson. The grounds are the oldest continually maintained landscape in the United ...

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