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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...

Mormon misconceptions

Mormon misconceptions

By Heidi Daniels, Feature managing editor

May 2, 2018


Filed under Columns, Featured, Features, Opinion, staff, The Latest, The Round Table

All over the world, people have debated on what Mormons believe. People wonder why some people are drawn to this particular faith. I am here to answer those questions and misconceptions some people do not fully understand.    “Are Mormons Christian?” Mormons are Christian. A lot of peopl...

Column: Pageants-more than just a pretty face

Column: Pageants-more than just a pretty face

By Madison Blumenauer, Round Table today executive producer

January 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

With the recent scandal involving the Miss America organization and the offensive emails that were sent about previous titleholders, writing about everything the organization has taught me seemed fitting. Although I do not condemn the behavior that the president and COO and other top officials exhibit...

Column: Sexual assault has continued comfortably in government for far too long

Column: Sexual assault has continued comfortably in government for far too long

By Katie Athey, RT+ Executive Producer

December 30, 2017


Filed under About, Columns, Opinion, The Latest

Upon seeing the first allegations against Donald Trump, and major Hollywood name Harvey Weinstein, I was nauseated to think these people were getting away with such heinous crimes for an abundant amount of time. But these aren’t outliers in our society, ever since the first sexual assault allegation...

Column: NFL games intensify as players kneel and raise fits

Column: NFL games intensify as players kneel and raise fits

By Kiley Hill, Social media managing editor

October 26, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion, The Latest

I believe in citizens’ right to freedom of speech and to protest peacefully. While I may not agree with some of the beliefs brought up by the protesters, it makes me a proud American that they are taking real action and sharing their thoughts with the public. Last year, Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 4...

Unity is in the air

Unity is in the air

By Heidi Daniels, Round Table reporter

May 10, 2017


Filed under Feature articles, Featured, The Latest, Unified track and field, Unified track and field articles

Spring is in the air, which means warm weather, shorts and Unified Track. This is my first season with Unified Track, and it has been amazing. The people on the Middletown High School Unified Track team are so kind, and are there to have fun with no ill feelings of competition. We get the opportunit...

Should students be allowed to wear what they want?

Should students be allowed to wear what they want?

By Madison Blumenauer, Round Table website editor-in-chief

March 17, 2017


Filed under Columns, Featured, Opinion, The Latest

In school systems all across the country, dress codes are being enforced. Many people have complained about their student being sent home for wearing a skirt too short or a top with straps not thick enough. Personally, I am a firm believer that students should have the freedom to express themselves i...

Reflecting on the Women’s March on Washington on International Women’s Day

Reflecting on the Women’s March on Washington on International Women’s Day

By Bridget O'Toole

March 13, 2017


Filed under Columns

My body, my mind, my power; my right to choose; my right to be; my right to equality and a president who believes in it. On Saturday, January 21, I fought for this, we joined together and fought for this. It’s safe to say no one expected the turnout that occurred at the Women's March on Washington,...

Third week of college football is a shocker

Third week of college football is a shocker

By Jake Stafford, Round Table reporter

September 29, 2016


Filed under Columns, Featured, Opinion, The Latest

The third week of the college football season couldn’t have come as more of a shocker to fans. One of the most important topics this week is what Lamar Jackson has done for the Louisville Cardinals. The team has had its ups and downs throughout the years but has never been higher than what they are ...

Chasing history

Chasing history

By Daniel Pirrone, Round Table reporter

March 9, 2016


Filed under Columns, Featured, Opinion, Sports, Sports reaction article

Arguably the greatest basketball player of all time, Michael Jordan led the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls to a 72-win regular season. The Bulls went on to win the NBA Championship, going down as the greatest basketball team in NBA history. A modern-day NBA regular season is 82 games long, so being able to...

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