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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

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

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

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.

Opinion: Summer stinks

By Cailyn Zanylo, Round Table reporter

June 7, 2019

The sky is blue and the sound of little birds chirping from their nests is coming from the distant trees. A paper boy is headed down the street on his bike, delivering the printed news to each house’s front lawn. The smell of grass and pollen fill the nostrils and produce a lively sensation within the b...

Profile: Tyler James Rocks and Rolls through High School

Profile: Tyler James Rocks and Rolls through High School

By Nic Bradley, RT Today executive producer

May 5, 2019

Middletown High School freshmen Tyler James has been playing the guitar since he was 8 years old and now is in the band "Most Wanted." RT reporter Nic Bradley sat down with him to see what his rock and roll career has done for him.

Reactions: Notre Dame cathedral catches fire

Reactions: Notre Dame cathedral catches fire

By Cailyn Zanylo, round table reporter

April 30, 2019

Recently, the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, France caught fire, due to an unknown cause. The fire started in the attic and burned 2/3 of the roof away, as well as burn down part of the cathedral’s spire. No one was injured in the fire, but this French icon will never be the same.

Bullying incident in Urbana was caught on social media and sparks controversy

Bullying incident in Urbana was caught on social media and sparks controversy

By Cailyn Zanylo, Round table Reporter

April 15, 2019

A group of FCPS middle school students, harassed and beat a fellow student on the way home from school. During this incident the group of students decided to film a video of them retaliating against their classmate and posted it on to social media. The victim, a young student from Urbana Middle School,...

Review: Ariana Grande isn’t playing games with new song “Monopoly”

Review: Ariana Grande isn’t playing games with new song “Monopoly”

By Tessa Hauser, RT Today executive producer

April 9, 2019

After the death of her ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, and a failed engagement to Pete Davidson, it was unexpected that Ariana Grande would rise from these depths of despair, let alone thrive, amidst so much loss. At the end of 2018, Grande began dropping hints of a new album by releasing singles until ...

Opinion: What it is like being first runner-up

Opinion: What it is like being first runner-up

By Cailyn Zanylo, MHS reporter

April 9, 2019

Competing gives me a rush of adrenaline that is like a drug. I must have it, I must take it, and I must fuel my addiction. My everyday dose has now become an insufficient amount, and my body needs more. That’s why I started competing in the Mid Atlantic Dance Masters Chapter 17 title competition. This...

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