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Upcoming Artist: Dermot Kennedy

Upcoming Artist: Dermot Kennedy

By Jayden Bidle, reporter

October 7, 2019

“See I’m in love with how your soul’s a mix or chaos and art, and how you never try to keep ‘em apart.”   Born in Rathcoole, Ireland, Dermot Kennedy started playing guitar at age ten. Four years later he started writing music for fun and then eventually went on to study classical m...

MHS students splash into summer plans

MHS students splash into summer plans

By Lauren Leatherman, Round Table Reporter

June 17, 2019

Popular summer activities include: going to the beach, spending time with friends and family or just relaxing reading a good book. Middletown High School students share what they have planned for summer 2019.

MHS student finds comfort in her kitchen

MHS student finds comfort in her kitchen

By Leah Heon and Tessa Hauser

June 17, 2019

Baking is one of sophomore Sarah Buohl’s passions. In recent years, Buohl has devoted her free time to baking goods from baby shower cakes to various cupcakes, eventually establishing a business-like situation. “I began baking about three years ago and it started mainly as a hobby and it became m...

Review: Tame Impala’s Album Currents

Review: Tame Impala’s Album Currents

By Hanna Green, RoundTable Media Reporter

June 14, 2019

In 2015 the rock band Tame Impala came out with a new album called Currents. Lead singer Kevin Parker wanted a change their image to seek the desire of having their music be played in dance clubs and communal settings. The album Currents is about the process of personal change and transformation wh...

Class of 2019 graduates are ready to change the world

Class of 2019 graduates are ready to change the world

By Leah Heon, Round Table news staff

June 11, 2019

Recently, Middletown High School seniors traveled to Mount St. Mary's University along with their family and friends to celebrate the ending of one era and the start of another as they graduate high school.

MHS Quill and Scroll Students take on Washington D.C.

MHS Quill and Scroll Students take on Washington D.C.

By Leah Heon, Round Table news staff

June 10, 2019

Recently, members of the Quill and Scroll Honor Society visited the nation's capital to explore both journalistic and cultural aspects of the city. The group went to the Newseum, met with Maryland Representative Jamie Raskin, toured the monuments, visited Politico, and explored the Capitol.

Opinion: Summer stinks

By Cailyn Zanylo, Round Table reporter

June 7, 2019

The sky is blue and the sound of little birds chirping from their nests is coming from the distant trees. A paper boy is headed down the street on his bike, delivering the printed news to each house’s front lawn. The smell of grass and pollen fill the nostrils and produce a lively sensation within the b...

Opinion: Teaching vs. doing

June 7, 2019

A lot of times, students take their teachers for granted. When are younger, we look up to our teachers and coaches because they are a big part of who we become. We spend most of our childhood going to school and the other part of it with coaches and extracurricular teachers and mentors. Many people th...

Fun feature: Blind burger taste test

Fun feature: Blind burger taste test

By Jacob Daniels, Round Table Reporter

May 20, 2019

Round Table reporter, Jacob Daniels, and his brother partake in a blind, fast food cheeseburger taste test to determine which fast food restaurant has the best cheeseburger.

Review: Beyonce’s Homecoming

Review: Beyonce’s Homecoming

By Hanna Green, Round Table Reporter

May 16, 2019

One of the most iconic performances ever played at Coachella, now shown in Beyonce’s new movie Homecoming. Homecoming shows the behind the scenes of the creation of the performance and the struggles Beyonce has gone through during these past years. From the perfect synchronization to the i...

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