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Horseback riding is much more than a sport to this MHS senior

Horseback riding is much more than a sport to this MHS senior

By Kim Fleming, Round Table website managing editor

April 6, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

The daily schedule of the average teenager in 2018 on a Saturday is most likely as follows: They wake up in the late morning hours and groggily roll out of bed. Then, they grab a cup of coffee and proceed to play Fortnite or binge-watch Black Mirror on Netflix for hours on end. Perhaps they’ll scroll ...

“Isle of Dogs” fetches high praise

“Isle of Dogs” fetches high praise

By Evan Ruderman, Round table executive producer

April 4, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

It is no coincidence that the title of Wes Anderson’s latest in a long list of quirky and stylistically unique creations is indistinguishable from the phrase “I love dogs” when read aloud. Anderson succeeds in immersing the viewer in the film through meticulously crafting a stop-motion world in...

Column: Loyola-Chicago NCAA tournament run

Column: Loyola-Chicago NCAA tournament run

By Jake Stafford, Sports managing editor

March 30, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion, Sports, The Latest, The Round Table

Behind all of the hype, media coverage, and Americas new ‘International Icon’, Sister Jean, lies a powerful Loyola-Chicago team making their first Final Four appearance since 1963. The Ramblers are on a 14-game win streak with no signs of slowing down. They’ve defeated Miami, Tennessee, Nevada ...

Column: NCAA March Madness

Column: NCAA March Madness

By Trey Dravvorn, Sports staff

March 29, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion, Sports, The Latest, The Round Table

The NCAA Final Four in San Antonio will be exciting this season. The remaining teams are Michigan, Loyola-Chicago, Kansas, and Villanova. The first game features the Cinderella team of the ages, Loyola Chicago. The Ramblers beat Miami in the round of 64, then stomped Tennessee in the second round,...

Column: Gerber Baby spreads awareness of Down syndrome community

Column: Gerber Baby spreads awareness of Down syndrome community

By Jordan Long, Round Table reporter

March 28, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion, The Latest

 The Gerber Baby company is taking a step in the right direction by raising awareness for the special needs community. The new Gerber Baby contest winner of 2018, Lucas Warren, has something special about him; he has Down syndrome. The company is hoping that this will help show the community that pe...

Column: ASL must be treated as a foreign language

Column: ASL must be treated as a foreign language

By Leah Heon, Round Table reporter

March 16, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

Over 1.2 million Maryland residents are deaf or hard of hearing. Only 193 out of some 5,300 colleges in the U.S. accept American Sign Language as a foreign language credit, which is a credit needed to graduate in many cases. This is unjust, for students who are unable to hear as others deserve a fai...

Podcast: Hoops Table, Episode two

Podcast: Hoops Table, Episode two

By Garrett Baker and Reid Fedors

March 1, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports, The Latest, The Round Table

This week, Round Table reporters Garrett Baker and Reid Fedors discuss more NCAA payment allegations and a San Antonio Spurs playoff run.

Podcast: Hoops Table, Episode one

Podcast: Hoops Table, Episode one

By Reid Fedors and Garrett Baker

February 27, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

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

Opinion: Larry Nassar’s crime can’t break gymnastics

Opinion: Larry Nassar’s crime can’t break gymnastics

By Audrey Fisher, sports managing editor

February 26, 2018


Filed under Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

Former United States of America Gymnastics national team doctor, Michigan State osteopathic physician, and a formerly famous gymnastics and osteopathic doctor Larry Nassar now faces a minimum of 140 years and a maximum of 360 years in prison on counts of sexual assault, child pornography, and obstruct...

Podcast: Traveling the World, Episode one: Buying flights

Podcast: Traveling the World, Episode one: Buying flights

By Kim Fleming, Round Table managing editor

February 23, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

Round Table's Kim Fleming shares her stories from her travels and some tips she's learned about purchasing flights in the first episode of Traveling the World.   ...

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