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Column: Has cheating become normalized?

Column: Has cheating become normalized?

By Audrey Fisher, Newsroom managing editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

Recently, I was in sociology and we were in the middle of our culture unit. One of the focuses of this unit is examining American culture in comparison to other cultures around the world. To do this we had an activity where we read three articles about cheating in the United States and then compared...

Opinion: Is Katelyn Ohashi changing the culture of gymnastics?

Opinion: Is Katelyn Ohashi changing the culture of gymnastics?

By Audrey Fisher, Round Table newsroom managing editor

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

Katelyn Ohashi. A senior at University of California Los Angeles. You may have seen her viral floor routine of this year. Or perhaps the one from last year too. But the legacy and impact Katelyn has goes beyond her scores and ability to perform. Last year, after her 2017 and 2018 season floor routine went vir...

Reactions: Superbowl LIII

Reactions: Superbowl LIII

By Jayden Bidle and Audrey Fisher

February 14, 2019


Filed under News, The Latest, The Round Table

Last Sunday, February third, the nation gathered to watch the fifty third annual super bowl. The patriots and the rams were this year's competing teams. The patriots beat the rams with a score of thirteen to three. Middletown high school students react to this outcome. ...

Highlights: Swimming 1.9.19

Highlights: Swimming 1.9.19

By Audrey Fisher, Round Table newsroom managing editor

January 16, 2019


Filed under Boys swimming, Boys swimming videos, Featured, Game of the Week, Game of the Week videos, Girls swimming, Girls swimming videos, Sports, The Latest, The Round Table, Video

On January 9, 2019 the Middletown High School swimming and diving team faced Brunswick at home. These are the highlights from that meet.

Opinion: USA Gymnastics files for bankruptcy and loses certification

Opinion: USA Gymnastics files for bankruptcy and loses certification

By Audrey Fisher, Round Table newsroom managing editor

December 21, 2018


Filed under Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

Following the 2016, “me too” movement that shocked the internet, victims of the former USA Gymnastics Team Doctor Larry Nassar, stepped forward. More than 250 victims have stepped forward since this movement and Nassar now faces at least 50 more years in prison before he becomes eligible for parole....

Opinion: Is it too much?

Opinion: Is it too much?

November 20, 2018


Filed under Opinion, The Round Table

As the year is progressing, the work is piling up for students. For seniors, this is especially true. I still remember going into my junior year like it was yesterday. Everyone kept telling me that it would be the hardest year, with the hardest classes, and at the time, I thought it was. It was th...

Joey Weiland’s life long drive for the game of Golf

Joey Weiland’s life long drive for the game of Golf

By Audrey Fisher, Round Table newsroom managing editor

November 13, 2018


Filed under Broadcast, Featured, Featured videos, Features, Golf, Golf videos, Profile, Profile feature videos, Sports feature, The Latest, The Round Table, Video

Joey Weiland has been golfing since he was a kid and has competed with the Middletown High School golf team since he was a freshman. He has made it to States four years in a row, won back to back districts, made all area first team and first team all cmc.

Reactions: Starbucks goes strawless

Reactions: Starbucks goes strawless

By Audrey Fisher, newsroom managing editor

October 18, 2018


Filed under Featured, Featured videos, News, News reaction video, Reactions, The Round Table, Video

Middletown High School students react to the news that Starbucks will be phasing out traditional straws and phasing in nitro-lids.

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