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Is it too much?

Is it too much?

November 20, 2018


Filed under Opinion, The Round Table

As the year is progressing, the work is piling up for students. For seniors, this is especially true. I still remember going into my junior year like it was yesterday. Everyone kept telling me that it would be the hardest year, with the hardest classes, and at the time, I thought it was. It was th...

Profile: Joey Weiland

Profile: Joey Weiland

By Audrey Fisher, Round Table newsroom managing editor

November 13, 2018


Filed under Broadcast, Featured, Featured videos, Features, Golf, Golf videos, Profile, Profile feature videos, Sports feature, The Latest, The Round Table, Video

Joey Weiland has been golfing since he was a kid and has competed with the Middletown High School golf team since he was a freshman. He has made it to States four years in a row, won back to back districts, made all area first team and first team all cmc.

Reaction: Starbucks goes strawless

Reaction: Starbucks goes strawless

By Audrey Fisher, newsroom managing editor

October 18, 2018


Filed under Featured, Featured videos, News, News reaction video, Reactions, The Round Table, Video

Middletown High School students react to the news that Starbucks will be phasing out traditional straws and phasing in nitro-lids.

Meet the 2018 Homecoming Court

By Audrey Fisher, Jake Stafford, Jordan Long, and Hanna Green

October 4, 2018


Filed under Broadcast, Entertainment, Entertainment feature videos, Featured, The Latest, The Round Table

Two weeks ago nine boys and nine girls were named to the homecoming court. Tomorrow night, October 5th, at the football game the king and queen will be announced. Round Table reporters Jordan Long, Hanna Green, Audrey Fisher, and Jake Stafford give you an inside look at the contestants.

Middletown prepares for student walkouts

Middletown prepares for student walkouts

By Lucy Kiefert and Audrey Fisher

March 9, 2018


Filed under Broadcast, RT +

In response to the school shooting in Parkland, Florida on Feb. 14, students at Middletown High School have begun to organize their own walkouts that coincide with those planned on a national level, leading to close interaction with the school's administration as well as the issuance of statements from...

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...

Middletown celebrates FFA week

Middletown celebrates FFA week

By Audrey Fisher, sports managing editor

February 23, 2018


Filed under Community news, Community news articles, News, The Latest, The Round Table

Across the United States, all Future Farmers of America members come together on the week of former president George Washington’s birthday to promote and teach communities locally and nationally about agriculture. During national FFA week Middletown High School holds numerous events to involve the ...

Column: The things I wish I knew before I did gymnastics

Column: The things I wish I knew before I did gymnastics

By Audrey Fisher, Sports managing editor

January 8, 2018


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

Gymnastics is a high impact and rigorous sport. But beyond the physical demands while participating in the sport there comes an endless amount of long term demands, including both mental and physical. I started gymnastics when I was two years old. I participated in Mommy and Me classes once a week...

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