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Review: Tyler the Creators new album IGOR

Review: Tyler the Creators new album IGOR

By Hanna Green, Roundtable Media Reporter

June 12, 2019

Well known rapper Tyler the Creator, drops a new album called IGOR. A day before the album was released Tyler states that you should not go into it expecting a rap album. Just as Tyler said, it wasn’t mostly a rap albumn, as you could tell he focused more on the beats and the sound rather than ...

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...

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...

Podcast: Hoops Table, Episode one

Podcast: Hoops Table, Episode one

By Reid Fedors and Garrett Baker

February 27, 2018

This podcast, Round Table reporters Reid Fedors and Garrett Baker discuss Kawhi Leonard's mysterious injury, Michael Porter Jr. returning and NCAA scandals. ...

The boys are back with a state title

The boys are back with a state title

By Madison Blumenauer, Round Table reporter

December 8, 2016

On a cold fall night MHS varsity boys’ soccer is at Loyola University. They play against Fallston in not only the rain, but also sleet/snow for the MPSSAA 2A state championship. The energy is high from the crowd and anticipation is high from every person there. The game is tied and tension is high....

Coach Ron Engle leaves a lasting legacy

Coach Ron Engle leaves a lasting legacy

By Garrett Baker and Bridget O'Toole, Round Table reporter

December 3, 2016

As players entered the Middletown High School gym on Monday, Oct. 17, for a girls basketball drop-in after school, the scene appeared to be business as usual. The doors were propped open, the basketballs sat waiting to be plucked from the grated bin and the coaches engaged in discussion on the gym floor,...

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