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MHS student finds comfort in her kitchen

MHS student finds comfort in her kitchen

By Leah Heon and Tessa Hauser

June 17, 2019


Filed under Broadcast, Featured, Features, RT +, The Latest, The Round Table

Baking is one of sophomore Sarah Buohl’s passions. In recent years, Buohl has devoted her free time to baking goods from baby shower cakes to various cupcakes, eventually establishing a business-like situation. “I began baking about three years ago and it started mainly as a hobby and it became m...

Class of 2019 graduates are ready to change the world

Class of 2019 graduates are ready to change the world

By Leah Heon, Round Table news staff

June 11, 2019


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Recently, Middletown High School seniors traveled to Mount St. Mary's University along with their family and friends to celebrate the ending of one era and the start of another as they graduate high school.

MHS Quill and Scroll Students take on Washington D.C.

MHS Quill and Scroll Students take on Washington D.C.

By Leah Heon, Round Table news staff

June 10, 2019


Filed under Broadcast, Featured, News, RT +, The Latest, The Round Table

Recently, members of the Quill and Scroll Honor Society visited the nation's capital to explore both journalistic and cultural aspects of the city. The group went to the Newseum, met with Maryland Representative Jamie Raskin, toured the monuments, visited Politico, and explored the Capitol.

The 1975 reaches far beyond melodic normality in latest album

The 1975 reaches far beyond melodic normality in latest album

By Leah Heon, news staff

April 2, 2019


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

English pop rock band the 1975 released their third studio album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships on November 30. The group’s past two albums, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So beautiful, Yet So Unaware of It, and The 1975, established an eclectic, innovative sound. With their newest alb...

Middletown welcomes exchange student Matteo De Marchi

Middletown welcomes exchange student Matteo De Marchi

By Tessa Hauser and Leah Heon

March 8, 2019


Filed under Featured, Featured videos, Features, The Latest, The Round Table, Video

  Italian foreign exchange student Matteo De Marchi introduced himself in his native language, “Ciao, sono Matteo De Marchi e sono uno studente straniero dall’italia.” Having arrived in Maryland early this year, De Marchi plans to spend six months here in order to complete a semester ...

Reactions: Anthony Bourdain dies at age 61

Reactions: Anthony Bourdain dies at age 61

By Leah Heon, Round Table news staff

June 14, 2018


Filed under News, The Latest, The Round Table

Recently, Anthony Bourdain, a celebrity chef and documentarian, was found deceased in his hotel room as a result of an apparent suicide. Middletown High School students react to the shocking news. Some students were saddened by the news of Bourdain’s death. “I think his death is very sad a...

Washington Capitals clench their first Stanley Cup title

Washington Capitals clench their first Stanley Cup title

By Leah Heon, Round Table news staff

June 14, 2018


Filed under News, The Latest, The Round Table

The Washington Capitals won the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in their 44-year history as a team, causing hysteria among all fans of the team. In the Stanley Cup semi-finals, the Capitals played Tampa Bay Lightning in a tough battle that resulted in the Capitals defeating them four games t...

Speakers share the dangers of drug use with MHS students

Speakers share the dangers of drug use with MHS students

By Leah Heon and Jordan Long

May 1, 2018


Filed under Broadcast, News, RT +, The Latest, The Round Table

Speakers Pam Knight and Shelly Tribett visited MHS to share with students the dangers of drug use and how it can alter the course of one's life.

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...

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