The new movie Insurgent causes commotion among students

By Erika Gaitan, Round Table Reporter
May 14, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Erika Gaitan, Reviews, The Latest

Insurgent the sequel of Divergent, leaves an impeccable mark on its audience with lingering questions of “now what," “what just happened,” and the most popular question yet “how will Four and Tris survive on the outside of a dystopian society?”   As always theres bound to be a group... Read more »

Kalin and Myles make us care

By Kelly Klipp, Round Table Reporter
May 12, 2015
Filed under Blogs, Entertainment, Kelly Klipp, Opinion, Reviews, The Latest

Though “I Don’t Really Care” is what most have to say about pop/rap duo Kalin and Myle’s new EP, Dedication; after listening, you just might be singing "You're the Only One I Need". I have to be honest: when I first saw the back of Dedication by Kalin and Myles, I wasn’t expecting much. ... Read more »

Sheppard’s newest album can’t escape your mind

By Freddy Roberts , Round Table Online Editor
May 12, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, News, News articles, Opinion, School news articles, The Latest

With rhythms and beats that can’t escape your mind, Sheppard’s single hit “Geronimo” makes its way to the top. Now that the Australian band has made it to number one on U.S. charts, it has come back with a new album, “Bombs Away.” The name “Bombs Away” seems to come from the very song... Read more »

Fading comedy

By Taylor Bushey, Round Table Magazine Editor
May 1, 2015
Filed under Blogs, Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Kelly Klipp, Opinion, The Latest

So much nowadays comedy is more insult than actually funny, or at least, that’s how people now seem to portray it. Students especially, are more sensitive to what is being said around them. Everything is taken too seriously. Right now the world is in an era of immense change. Traditional is no... Read more »

Age of Adeline brings life an beauty to its viewers

By Kelly Klipp and Taylor Bushey , Round Table Reporters
May 1, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, News, News articles, Opinion, Reviews, School news articles, The Latest

Taylor Bushey: In the movie Age of Adaline, the main character, Blake Lively portrays her character in a very classical and traditional way. Her mannerisms in the movie demonstrate her real time period and it makes to be very important in the grand scheme of things. Kelly Klipp: I agree, Lively's... Read more »

‘Insurgent’ excitement surges at MHS

‘Insurgent’ excitement surges at MHS

By Kim Fleming, Round Table reporter
April 16, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, The Latest

Middletown High School students are buzzing after the release of the second movie in the Divergent series. Recently, Insurgent was released in theaters and topped its predecessor, Divergent, at the box office, which is uncommon among movie trilogies. Surprisingly, no one is shocked by the by t... Read more »

Tyler Staley gets fresh in his review

By Tyler Staley , Round Table Reporter
April 4, 2015
Filed under Broadcast, Entertainment, Entertainment feature video, Entertainment videos, Feature videos, Fun feature videos, Reviews

Senior Tyler Staley reviews everything, and in this installment of the video series, he provides a refreshing point of view on icebreakers mints.

More on the way for ‘The Sims 4’

More on the way for ‘The Sims 4’

By Hunter Hill, Round Table News Editor
December 2, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews, The Latest

The Sims 4 was rushed out due to its early reveal, lacking some important new content, but Electronic Arts and Maxis, the developers of the game, have found a way to appease the fans. Although the life simulation video game was missing quite a bit of content in the base game, they are currently working ... Read more »

Why every reader should stay for ‘If I Stay’

Why every reader should stay for ‘If I Stay’

By Taylor Bushey, Round Table Magazine Editor-in-chief
September 24, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews, The Latest

Mia has a loving family, the perfect boyfriend and a potential career full of her dreams and possibilities. But, with one unfortunate accident, her life had changed forever. Teenagers have every possibility in the world; the character Mia in the book If I stay by Gayle Forman is a prime example... Read more »

“Growing Up Fisher” premiere proves to be overall success

By Mary Kate Frey, Round Table Reporter
May 29, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

Charming and amusing, the NBC television series “Growing Up Fisher” depicts the story of a young boy growing up in a typical middle-class home, but with a twist: his father is blind. Humorous writing is a strength in this series. Consisting of numerous lighthearted moments, the show is able to... Read more »