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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...

Opinion: Pete Davidson apologizes on Saturday Night Live

Opinion: Pete Davidson apologizes on Saturday Night Live

By Katie Athey, RT+ Executive Producer

November 27, 2018


Filed under About, Featured, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

“If any good came of this, maybe it was that for one day the left and the right finally came together to agree on something,” joked comedian Pete Davidson on Saturday Night Live's Nov. 10 show. A week prior, Davidson was seen poking fun at retired Navy SEAL and congressman-elect Dan Crenshaw, comparing Crensha...

Review: Childish Gambino’s “This is America” is the voice our country needs to hear

Review: Childish Gambino’s “This is America” is the voice our country needs to hear

By Kiley Hill, Social media managing editor

May 19, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

Childish Gambino’s recent release of “This is America” is more than just the music itself. To understand the full meaning of the song, the music video is a must watch. “This is America” gives a chilling look into the nation’s gun violence epidemic. The shootings evoke imagery of terrorism, specifical...

Column: Monarchies are fine when you are not paying for them

Column: Monarchies are fine when you are not paying for them

By Javier Pio

May 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

We all love to watch a royal wedding on TV or know if the new baby is a girl or a boy. Royal families are celebrities and the interesting fact is Americans care more about monarchies that most people in Europe. As someone from a country with a monarchy, I think Americans like monarchies because t...

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: 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...

Column: Vegas shooting proves gun control necessary for public safety

Column: Vegas shooting proves gun control necessary for public safety

By Samantha Johnson, Entertainment Staff

October 10, 2017


Filed under Featured, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

COn October 1, 2017 at 10:08pm, the police received a call that there had been gunshots at a music festival on the Las Vegas strip. The shots were being fired from the Mandalay Bay Hotel on the 32nd floor and later the police found the shooter, 64 year-old Stephen Paddock dead in his hotel suite. This i...

Abbe Pannucci goes gluten free for a week

Abbe Pannucci goes gluten free for a week

By Abbe Pannucci, News editor

April 20, 2016


Filed under Blogs, Opinion, Scroll

As I eat my goldfish, full of gluten AND smiles, I write you this: After my week as a vegetarian, I was convinced I could rock any diet. I was wrong. Being gluten-free for five days was definitely not as easy as being a vegetarian. It turns out that gluten is in almost everything that I enjoy eating. I...

Will audiences truly be charmed by the Cursed Child?

Will audiences truly be charmed by the Cursed Child?

By Aniston Morris, Liam O'Byrne, Round Table entertainment editor

March 30, 2016


Filed under Blogs, Featured, Opinion

Harry Potter, a popular seven-book fantasy series, was written by the well-known author JK Rowling. Countless people have read the series and nearly 500 million books have been sold. Rowling, once a lady with an idea in a coffee shop, created a story that has been an immense success. On Feb. 10, an addition...

German exchange student reflects on holiday season in America

German exchange student reflects on holiday season in America

By Josie Gutter, Round Table reporter

February 18, 2016


Filed under Blogs, Featured, Opinion, Reaction articles, Reactions

Well, it’s past mid-December and I really enjoyed the Christmas and celebration time. My weeks were full of activities like baking cookies, buying gifts and attending Christmas parties and shows. In addition to that, I had cheer practice twice a week along with one game. I’m so happy that I...

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