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Review: Ariana Grande isn’t playing games with new song “Monopoly”

Review: Ariana Grande isn’t playing games with new song “Monopoly”

By Tessa Hauser, RT Today executive producer

April 9, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

After the death of her ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, and a failed engagement to Pete Davidson, it was unexpected that Ariana Grande would rise from these depths of despair, let alone thrive, amidst so much loss. At the end of 2018, Grande began dropping hints of a new album by releasing singles until ...

Opinion: What it is like being first runner-up

Opinion: What it is like being first runner-up

By Cailyn Zanylo, MHS reporter

April 9, 2019


Filed under Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

Competing gives me a rush of adrenaline that is like a drug. I must have it, I must take it, and I must fuel my addiction. My everyday dose has now become an insufficient amount, and my body needs more. That’s why I started competing in the Mid Atlantic Dance Masters Chapter 17 title competition. This...

Jordan Peele continues to prove himself as a movie director with his new movie “Us”

Jordan Peele continues to prove himself as a movie director with his new movie “Us”

By Reid Fedors, Round Table sports managing editor

April 3, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

I was non stop talking about Us for two months, hyping it up, getting ready for it. When I walked into the movie theater on March 23 2019, I was jittery. I was finally about to see it. There was potential that I would be disappointed after I hyped it up so much, no such thing happened. Jordan Pee...

The 1975 reaches far beyond melodic normality in latest album

The 1975 reaches far beyond melodic normality in latest album

By Leah Heon, news staff

April 2, 2019


Filed under Featured, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

English pop rock band the 1975 released their third studio album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships on November 30. The group’s past two albums, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So beautiful, Yet So Unaware of It, and The 1975, established an eclectic, innovative sound. With their newest alb...

Eilish continues to impress with debut album, “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?”

Eilish continues to impress with debut album, “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?”

By Audrey Fisher, Round Table newsroom managing editor

April 2, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

Seventeen-year-old Billie Eilish has taken the world by storm with her music again. And this time, she gives us her debut album, “WHEN WE FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO?” This isn’t the first time Eilish has shocked us, she seems to do it time and time again. Her music is something so different from...

Review: Shane Dawson’s Conspiracy Theory Series

Review: Shane Dawson’s Conspiracy Theory Series

By Hanna Green, Round Table Reporter

March 25, 2019


Filed under Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

After his 3 month break from his last series with Jake Paul, youtuber Shane Dawson comes out with a new conspiracy series involving the California Fires, Deep Fakes, Chuck E. Cheese, and more.   Shane’s theory about the California fires is that it was planned by the government with using lasers and t...

Opinion: NCAA Basketball Tournament Bracket

Opinion: NCAA Basketball Tournament Bracket

By Joe Montgomery, Commentary Section Editor

March 19, 2019


Filed under Broadcast, Opinion, Sports, The Latest, The Round Table

RT Reporters Joe Montgomery, Jake Stafford, and Reid Fedors make a group bracket for the upcoming NCAA tournament.

Discussion: NCAA tournament

Discussion: NCAA tournament

By Joe Montgomery, Podcast and Discussion managing editor

March 8, 2019


Filed under Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table, Video

Round Table reporter Joe Montgomery hosts a Round Table Discussion with senior Dan Bousch and junior Joshua Koons about the NCAA tournament.

Review: “First Date” at Other Voices Theatre

Review: “First Date” at Other Voices Theatre

By Jacob Daniels, RT Reporter

March 4, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

Many people have been on a first date, but has it involved a singing waiter, memories of an ex-fiance, a gay best friend calling multiple times, and the ghost of a jewish grandma. Probably not in most cases. However, that’s the plot of the musical, “First Date”, which recently performed at Oth...

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