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MHS sophomore painting exposed in Walters Art Museum in Baltimore

MHS sophomore painting exposed in Walters Art Museum in Baltimore

By Javier Pio, Round Table reporter

March 28, 2018

John Andot, Middletown High School sophomore, painting was selected to be in the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore by the Maryland Art Education Association. His painting was selected by a jury last year in January and was exposed in the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore for one year. In January 2018, ...

Reactions: Stephen Hawking’s Death

Reactions: Stephen Hawking’s Death

By Katie Athey, RT+ Executive Producer

March 27, 2018

Renown theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking past away on March 14th. Leaving a legacy of his discoveries behind, Hawking impacted many lives. MHS students and teachers share their reaction to the news of Hawking's death.

The buzz about Bitcoin

The buzz about Bitcoin

By Nic Bradley and Jade Ruggieri

March 27, 2018

In 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto announced the release of bitcoin, a new electronic cash system that uses a peer to peer network to prevent double spending, but it’s completely decentralized with no server or central authority. So he created digital cash. In order to realize digital cash a payment network...

Reactions: Trapped in the snow

Reactions: Trapped in the snow

By Nic Bradley and Jade Ruggieri

March 23, 2018

On March 20th, 2018, what seemed to be the start of a regular day with light rain in the morning followed with chilling temperatures transformed into a driver's nightmare. At approximately 8:35 AM the rain turned to snow and began to cover everything in its path. By 9:45 AM the parking lot and all cars...

Historic Middletown church turns to community for preservation funding

By Javier Pio, Round Table reporter

March 5, 2018

The Middletown Lutheran Church turns to community for preservation help to fund the renovation of its front pillars. Members of the church are showing support to help restore the church. “I think if the church turns to the community, it’ll be a good way to get money because people care about the...

MHS adopts new intruder policy

MHS adopts new intruder policy

By Samantha Johnson and Tessa Hauser

March 1, 2018

In efforts to improve school security at Middletown High School, MHS administration has put a new policy into effect for the 2017-2018 school year. The steps are simple: avoid, deny and defend. Round Table reporters Samantha Johnson and Tessa Hauser bring us more.

New laws affect the simplicity in flying

New laws affect the simplicity in flying

By Madison Blumenauer, Round Table executive producer

February 26, 2018

The REAL ID Act requires all state-issued identification documents to meet a set of security standards. Any IDs that do not meet these security standards won’t be accepted for federal purposes, including as ID for boarding domestic flights. Nicknamed the new “national ID,” the REAL ID Act gained trac...

Middletown celebrates FFA week

Middletown celebrates FFA week

By Audrey Fisher, sports managing editor

February 23, 2018

Across the United States, all Future Farmers of America members come together on the week of former president George Washington’s birthday to promote and teach communities locally and nationally about agriculture. During national FFA week Middletown High School holds numerous events to involve the ...

Middletown, Maryland celebrates 250th anniversary in 2017

Middletown, Maryland celebrates 250th anniversary in 2017