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'It' brings horror into your home

‘It’ brings horror into your home

By Ally Pick, Round Table reporter June 8, 2017

In the wake of a new horror movie release, It, in September of 2017, the decision to finally pick up the monster of a book It was made. It by Stephen King takes place in the fictional town of Derry,...

Reactions: French election calls controversy

Reactions: French election calls controversy

By Caroline Schaeffer, Round Table reporter May 4, 2017

On April 24, France’s primary election candidates were announced with political newcomer Emanuel Macron of En Marche! and Marine Le Pen of the National Front leading the way, having 24 percent and...

Hinckley, Reagan’s shooter, is released

By Brooke Donald, Round Table reporter October 11, 2016

After more than 30 years in a psychiatric ward, John Hinckley Jr., the man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981, has been released with “full-time convalescent leave” after...

North Dakota pipeline concerns students

North Dakota pipeline concerns students

By Sophia Heimbrock, Round Table reporter October 10, 2016

Recently, federal agents delayed construction on the North Dakota Access Pipeline, an oil pipeline that will run from Bakken, North Dakota, to Patoka, Illinois. The pipeline will allow oil to reach...

Ke$ha rape lawsuit sprouts student opinions

Ke$ha rape lawsuit sprouts student opinions

By Lizzy Hershberger, Round Table reporter October 10, 2016

Ke$ha’s music producer Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald, accused of drugging and raping the pop star, filed his second defamation lawsuit against the singer’s mother. Many Middletown High School...

Fiery new phone shoots sparks

Fiery new phone shoots sparks

By Matthew LaFrance, Round Table reporter October 10, 2016

The Samsung Galaxy note 7 is blowing up. Samsung is recalling millions of Galaxy Note 7 phones worldwide after reports of the devices catching fire while charging. Many Middletown High School students...

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Hand, Foot, and Mouth disease is found at MHS

By Aniston Morris, Round Table executive producer October 7, 2016

Recently, it has been confirmed that Hand, Foot, and Mouth disease is present at Middletown High School. MHS's registered nurse, Sandra Hoffman along with the administration sent home a letter alerting...

Brazil women fight sexual assault with sparkles

Brazil women fight sexual assault with sparkles

By Ashley Trevino, Round Table reporter October 4, 2016

Recently in Brazil, the issue of sexual harassment and how to stop it has taken an interesting turn. Women are standing up to catcallers and rapists by wearing shirts with pink sparkles that are meant...

MHS golf team stunned by death of a golf icon

MHS golf team stunned by death of a golf icon

By Erin Noel, Round Table classroom manager September 28, 2016

The death of golf legend Arnold Palmer, despite his age, caught off guard many members of the Middletown High School golf team. Palmer, nicknamed “The King,” died Sept. 25, at the age of 87 in...

Clinton is diagnosed with pneumonia

Clinton is diagnosed with pneumonia

By Sophie Schubert, Round Table reporter September 28, 2016

Hillary Clinton’s doctor recently diagnosed the presidential candidate with pneumonia, putting her on antibiotics after she became dehydrated at a 9/11 ceremony. Middletown High School reacted to...

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