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Life For Muslim-Americans After 9/11

By Nawal Bhatti, RT reporter September 29, 2021

This Sept. 11 marked 20 years since the horrific event that changed our country, the United States, forever. Americans mourn everyone lost that day. The country is awash in melancholy as we honor and remember...

Message from the principal: Remembering Sept. 11

September 11, 2020

Middletown High School Principal Bernard Quesada reflects on the events and significance of Sept. 11.

Middletown remembers 9.11

By Nic Bradley, Executive Producer September 14, 2018

On September 11, 2001, four planes were hijacked and used as weapons against the American people. American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the North tower and United Airlines flight 175 hit the South Tower,...

Is Protesting Always Appropriate?

Is Protesting Always Appropriate?

By Brian Walker , Round Table reporter September 15, 2016

Professional football players have protested for equality in America by staying seated during the National Anthem, but they did so on 9/11, a day of remembrance for Americans. Some Middletown High School...

MHS journalism students tour the Newseum

November 3, 2011

Middletown High School seniors Emma Trapp and Lisa Conley read about the broadcast antenna that was on top of  one of the towers during 9/11 disaster, which is now featured at the Newseum. Noah Kady's...

Osama’s death causes controversial closure

May 24, 2011

By Shannon McKenna Round Table editor Like a siren, the bell at Middletown Elementary School rings, signaling that the school day is about to begin.  A small class of second-graders walks behind...

Osama bin Laden is dead! Should we celebrate?

May 24, 2011

By Eric Nickols Round Table reporter Shortly before midnight on May 1 eastern time, President Obama announced the death of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. As the news of this incident raced across...

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