‘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... 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, 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... 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 »

The fault is in our stars

The fault is in our stars

By Taylor Bushey, Online Editor-in-Chief
April 9, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews, The Latest

By Taylor Bushey Online Editor-in-Chief With an unforgettable meaning laying within the pages, The Fault in Our Stars grabs readers in a new way and in the end leaves them speechless, unable to believe it’s over. Insightful and bold, this may be one of... Read more »

A Divergent take on the film

By Karolina Ross, Feature Editor
March 31, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Reviews, The Latest

Karolina Ross Features Editor Divergent, based on the novel by Veronica Roth, takes place in a futuristic dystopian society in which the population is split into five groups called ‘factions’, each having their own characteristics. When given an aptitude test to determine which... Read more »

DiCaprio walks away empty-handed

By Sarah Mueller, Fun Features Editor
March 21, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews, The Latest

For the first time in 20 years, Leonardo DiCaprio thought his performance in The Wolf of Wall Street may have finally won him an Academy Award. As Jennifer Lawrence announced Matthew McConaughey’s name and awarded him the Best Actor in the category Leading Role, the cameras panned... Read more »

“Killing Kennedy” is a mediocre anniversary showing

By Veronica Clements, Entertainment and Arts Editor
November 20, 2013
Filed under Blogs, Entertainment, Opinion, Reviews, The Latest, Veronica Clements

When there are any landmark, historic anniversaries, the TV world is immersed with honoring those dates with constant prime-time features, and The National Geographic Channel is no exception. On Nov. 10, Killing Kennedy... Read more »

Every Day is different for every person

By Veronica Clements, Entertainment and Arts Editor
October 11, 2013
Filed under Blogs, Opinion, The Latest, Veronica Clements

Your “good morning” consists of accessing memories. You wake up, discover who your family is, who you’re friends with and what bare minimum you are able to do as you live the day.  When the stars mark bedtime and you close your eyes, the “good night” you say to yourself is really a good-bye... Read more »

X-Factor finds its voice

By Veronica Clements, Entertainment and Arts Editor
September 19, 2013
Filed under Blogs, Eva Tooley, Opinion, The Latest

In the search for the next "super-star," X-Factor might have finally found its niche.   On Sept. 11 and Sept. 12, FOX premiered its third season of the X-Factor with fresh faces, wit, and most importantly, undiscovered talent. The two-day premiere delved into the search for the “X-Factor."... Read more »