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Hawaii was a beautiful way to spend vacation

Hawaii was a beautiful way to spend vacation

By Haille Otto, RT reporter

February 12, 2020

Round Table reporter Haille Otto gives a first-person look into her trip to Hawaii.

Field hockey coach DuMars retires after distinguished career

Field hockey coach DuMars retires after distinguished career

By Gabby Pieklo, RT social media editor

January 27, 2020

Virginia DuMars retires from coaching after heading up Middletown varsity field hockey for 16 years.

Review: “Jumanji” takes it to “The Next Level”

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By Juliana Foster, RT Wrap lifestyle segment producer

January 21, 2020

A few years ago the classic Robin William’s fantasy/comedy movie Jumanji was remade with a bit of a modern twist on the original. Just last month a sequel to the 2017 version of Chris Van Allsburg's 1980s children's book was released in theatres. The movie made $59.3 million in just two days, and the...

Review: Is Daniel Caesar’s “Case Study 01” the best R&B album of the year?

Review: Is Daniel Caesar's

By Hanna Green, Local News producer

January 16, 2020

Recently this year R&B and soul singer Daniel Caesar released a new album called CASE STUDY 01. Daniel made this album simply about existing. This album to me has more of a chill and calm vibe. Daniel Caesar has become more popular this year mostly because of this album. In the album there are...

Keeping New Year’s resolutions requires 2020 vision

Keeping New Year's resolutions requires 2020 vision

By Lauren Leatherman, RT Today executive producer

January 13, 2020

Have you set aside the time to reflect and create goals for the new year? Students typically try to maintain a healthy diet, spend more time with family or friends and improve their grades in school. Middletown High School teachers Jeff Colsh and Kevin Lynott share their thoughts about the psychology...

Review: ‘Fine Line’ is an album of honesty and self-acceptance

Review: 'Fine Line' is an album of honesty and self-acceptance

By Leah Heon, RT Magazine executive producer

January 10, 2020

Singer-songwriter Harry Styles recently released his sophomore album Fine Line, a record filled to the brim with apparent heartache and brutal honesty.  Opening the album with the light and inviting melodies of “Golden”, Styles introduces his 12-track record. Though listeners should not get too us...

Review: The Art of Racing in the Rain

Review: The Art of Racing in the Rain

By Hanna Green, Local News Producer

January 9, 2020

The heart warming movie “The Art of Racing in the Rain” is about a race car driver and his dog trying to achieve the dream he has always wanted. While a long the way he faces many struggles to achieve those dreams.  In the movie the golden retriever dog named Enzo narrates what he is thinking...

Review: It’s all about “You”

By Jayden Bidle, reporter

January 6, 2020

On December 26th, 2019, the second season of the show “You” was released on Netflix. Revolving around a psychotic yet somewhat relatable main character, Joe Goldberg, this series keeps you on the edge of your seat.   The first season of the show developed Joe’s character as he fell head o...

Serena Shirsekar discovers her voice as a member of She Leads

Serena Shirsekar discovers her voice as a member of She Leads

By Leah Heon, RT Magazine executive producer

January 3, 2020

MHS senior Serena Shirsekar has participated in an organization "She Leads" throughout her high school career. Created by the Commission for Women, She Leads provides an opportunity for young women to be active in their communities speak loudly about issues that matter to them.    ...

Round Table Discussion: Peloton controversy

Round Table Discussion: Peloton controversy

By Leah Heon, RT Magazine executive producer

January 3, 2020

Peloton Biking company recently aired a commercial titled, “The Gift That Gives Back,” starring a man who gifts his wife an exercise bike for Christmas. This has sparked controversy, some arguing that the ad displays sexist and demeaning behavior, while some think it is simply a kind gesture. I ...

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