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Young adult authors visit Middletown High school

Young adult authors visit Middletown High school

By Katie Athey, Round table reporter

April 13, 2017


Filed under About, Broadcast, News analysis articles, News analysis videos, News articles, News videos, Round Table Staff, School news articles, School news videos, The Latest

Middletown High School teenagers and teachers flooded into the MHS library on March 28th to listen to four authors, Jessica Spotswood, Caroline Tung Richmond, Lindsay Smith, and Robin Talley, share their perspective of being a writer.   The four women all helped contribute to the anthology,...

Reactions: Twelve foot alligator spotted

By Bridget O'Toole and Garrett Baker, Round Table Twitter news editor and livestream executive producer

February 2, 2017


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Middletown High School students and staff react to the twelve foot alligator spotted in Florida.

Reactions: presidential election recount

By Bridget O' Toole, Twitter news editor

December 7, 2016


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Middletown High School students and staff react to the recount of the presidential election.

Reactions: Castro dies

By Erin Cowan and Jade Ruggieri, Round Table news editor and features editor

December 1, 2016


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Middletown High School students and staff react to Castro's death.

Hand, Foot, and Mouth disease is found at MHS

Hand, Foot, and Mouth disease is found at MHS

By Aniston Morris, Round Table executive producer

October 7, 2016


Filed under Analysis, Community news, Community news articles, Featured, News, News analysis articles, News articles, News reaction article, Reaction articles, School news, School news articles, The Latest

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 families of this and providing information regarding the disease and the prevention of it. "Being...

Young women missing in N.Y. provoke fear

Young women missing in N.Y. provoke fear

By Lucy Kiefert, Round Table entertainment editor

September 27, 2016


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Fourteen girls missing. Big news, little attention. Over the summer, a lot transpired - so much, that it was easy to neglect the stories that didn’t hit as close to home or didn’t massively pique the interest of the general public. From Brexit and Black Lives Matter to the ever elusive saga of...

Middletown makes efforts to go green

Middletown makes efforts to go green

By Hannah Miller, Round Table photo editor

March 4, 2016


Filed under Analysis, Community news, Community news articles, Feature articles, Featured, News, News analysis articles, Scroll

Recently The Frederick News Post released an article about the effort that Middletown has placed into going green in order to achieve the state standard of sustainability. There is a new solar field that has been built on Remsburg Park which is considered an effort toward this goal. There will be...

2016 presidential primaries don’t provide any answers yet

2016 presidential primaries don’t provide any answers yet

By Sam Beltran and Ali Williams, Round Table reporters

February 23, 2016


Filed under Analysis, Feature articles, Featured, News, News analysis articles, News articles, Scroll

With the presidential primaries quickly approaching for many states, the intense competition in each party has sparked varying opinions among potential student voters. In the Democratic Party, the battle between Hillary Clinton and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is at a virtual tie, and is coming...

Donations bring help to children while teachers get pied

By Samantha Yeager and Laura Myers, Round Table reporters

April 17, 2015


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Seniors Samantha Yeager and Laura Myers remind students to vote for a teacher they wish to be pied, and all donations from the voting will be donated to John's Hopkins Children's Hospital. It's a win win situation; a teacher gets a pie in their face and you're helping sick children.

The Intro to Journalism class takes a Field trip; the news junkie style

By Kim Fleming, Round Table reporter

April 17, 2015


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A review of the Middletown High School Intro to Media class field trip to the Newseum in Washington D.C

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