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Review: Shane Dawsons Conspiracy Theory Series

Review: Shane Dawson’s Conspiracy Theory Series

By Hanna Green, Round Table Reporter March 25, 2019

After his 3 month break from his last series with Jake Paul, youtuber Shane Dawson comes out with a new conspiracy series involving the California Fires, Deep Fakes, Chuck E. Cheese, and more.   Shane’s...

Review: VanderWaals music is just the beginning

Review: VanderWaal’s music is just the beginning

By Freddy Roberts, Round Table PSA managing editor December 8, 2017

A bright and wide-smiled Grace VanderWaal makes her way across the stage in front of thousands of people. The four judges notice the 12-year-old, not expecting a surprise. The teen stuns both judges and...

Review: Dua Lipa searches self in New Rules

Review: Dua Lipa searches self in ‘New Rules’

By Lucy Kiefert, Round Table entertainment managing editor December 5, 2017

Don’t pick up the phone. Don’t let him in. Don’t be his friend. These are the three rules Dua Lipa assigns herself in her newest single “New Rules” to prevent herself from returning to an...

Review: Marteen spices it up with ‘Sriracha’

By Lucy Kiefert, Round Table entertainment managing editor October 30, 2017

With its bustling bravado, collected confidence and easy energy, Marteen’s debut single “Sriracha” is exemplary of the promising material that can be expected from the next generation of up-and-coming...

Review: Saving Forever’s ‘Million Ways’ shines with pop potential

By Lucy Kiefert, Round Table entertainment managing editor October 26, 2017

The teen dream that is the boyband has existed and dominated culture for decades, and with new group Saving Forever on the music scene, two released singles under their belts, that fantasy is sure to have...

Sheeran in concert.

Sheeran’s success carries on with ‘÷’

By Audrey Fisher, Round Table photo editor March 9, 2017

From his debut album to his newest hits, Ed Sheeran has become one of the most famous artists in today's music. His first studio album, “+”, pronounced “Plus”, paved the way for Sheeran’s career....

Ryan Adams withholds nothing on Prisoner

Ryan Adams withholds nothing on ‘Prisoner’

By Lucy Kiefert, Round Table entertainment editor March 3, 2017

Any artist with as lengthy of a musical history of raw, mostly stripped-down material as Ryan Adams may be expected to flounder when it comes to producing relevant music in today’s climate of showy,...

Battlefield 1 steps up the game

Battlefield 1 steps up the game

By Brian Walker, Round Table reporter January 19, 2017

Battlefield 1 is a first-person shooter video game developed by EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts. It is the fifteenth installment in the Battlefield series that has always seemed to be overshadowed...

DNCE for Rolling Stone Magazine.

DNCE stand out with debut, self-titled album

By Madison Blumenaur, Round Table website editor-in-chief January 19, 2017

Ever since their summer hit, “Cake by the Ocean”, DNCE has become quite popular in the music industry. Their chill Californian vibe mixed with a little retro twist has helped them stand out among other...

‘Fuller House’ season two brings many surprises

By Hannah Miller, Round Table marketing manager January 18, 2017

The second season of “Fuller House” begins with a long-awaited realization involving DJ Fuller’s love life. She realizes that Matt and Steve have decided to move on from her. She then decides...

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