February 27, 2012
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Lisa Conley Online Editor-In-Chief Lisa Conley is a senior at Middletown High School and is in her fourth year of journalism. During the 2011-2012 school year, Lisa was named the broadcast editor-in-chief in the fall and the online editor-in-chief in the spring. Next fall she will be attending... Read more »

3D re-releases fall flat

February 10, 2012
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By Lisa Conley Round Table online editor-in-chief Raking in close to $30 million during the first weekend of its limited two-week run, the “surprise success” of Disney’s The Lion King 3D has resulted in the scheduled 3D re-release of Finding Nemo, Monsters Inc., The Little Mermaid, and Beau... Read more »

Movement occupies the minds of MHS students

February 9, 2012
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By Lisa Conley Round Table online editor-in-chief The streets of Denver are a long way from Middletown, Md., yet that’s where Mike Nail finds himself these days.  Nail, a 2003 Middletown High School graduate, is involved in the Occupy Denver movement, going to the general assemblies and big de... Read more »

To intervene or not to intervene: that is not the question

February 6, 2012
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By Lisa Conley Round Table online editor-in-chief Too weak to stand, a young Sudanese girl crawls toward the center of a clearing, attempting to reach a nearby United Nations feeding center. As she continues to struggle, a vulture lands, his eyes carefully trained on the child. Kevin Carter, a Sou... Read more »

Yearbooks are priceless…actually, they’re $79.64

June 2, 2011
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By Lisa  Conley Round Table editor Students eagerly line up outside the auditorium doors, chatting with friends as they slowly move forward. Once inside, they are greeted by the sight of a table stacked with books. Each student is handed a sleek yearbook, the excitement obvious as they begin to... Read more »

Fiddling with Huckleberry Finn

February 24, 2011
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By Lisa  Conley Round Table editor Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me; although that phrase has long endured as a symbol of strength, it’s implication that words don’t, and shouldn’t, have an impact on a person is either incredibly naïve or just hopelessly ... Read more »

FCPS: Frederick County Polices Scheduling

February 3, 2011
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Lisa Conley Round Table editor In order to graduate from a Frederick County public high school, a student is required to have 25 academic credits; four math, four English, three social studies, three science, one physical education/health, one fine arts and one technology education along with eight... Read more »