• Duke University Discover Unlikely Possible Cure for Brain Cancer: Polio

    Duke University Discover Unlikely Possible Cure for Brain Cancer: Polio

    August 15, 2016

    By: Julia Michaelson Doctors are using a debilitating disease, nearly wiped out globally, to treat one of the most dangerous types of brain tumor. In 2012, 58 year-old Nancy Justice found out she had a brain tumor. She had been diagnosed with Glioblastoma. Justice was told she had seven months to live. According to CBS News, doctors said they can ... READ MORE »»

    Kyla Nagel stands next to her brain scan at her home Friday, Jan. 28, 2005, in Springfield, Ore. Nagel was diagnosed with an aggressive brain cancer three years. After undergoing conventional treatment, including chemotherapy, and having the tumor return, she enrolled in a research regimen using an experimental drug and now her brain scans show no sign of cancer. A recent study shows that brain cancer in adults is a dreaded diagnosis with few established treatment guidelines _ resulting in wide variations in treatment that risk making things even worse for some patients. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

  • Gap years on the rise

    Gap years on the rise

    July 10, 2016

    By: Lynn Dang If Malia Obama is doing it, should you? Taking a gap year between high school and college is growing in popularity across America. Many high school seniors are even encouraged to take a break. Students can gain many benefits, including self discovery and educational experiences. A gap ... READ MORE »»

  • 5 Fun Ways to Celebrate the 4th of July

    5 Fun Ways to Celebrate the 4th of July

    July 4, 2016

    By: Cara McErlean Nothing screams “America” more than hotdogs and fireworks. The 4th of July is a day to celebrate our nation’s birth, remember our history, and honor our military. The holiday commemorates the day our 13 original colonies adopted the Declaration of Independence and began... READ MORE »»

    Fans cheer in the Harrisburg Senators ballpark located on City Island. (Photo courtesy of the Harrisburg Senators.)

New Physics Teacher Mr. Stauffer Relates to Students

Emily Tubbs, Layout/Reporter

One junior course changed his life. Hershey High School welcomes a new physics teacher, Nicholas Stauffer, to the Trojan family. Stauffer’s first day of teaching at HHS was July 29th, 2016. Stauffer grew up in De...  Read More »

September 22, 2016 • 0 comments

Freshman face high school fears

Elizabeth Newman, Reporter

Finally in the high school. The only problem is you can’t figure out where to go. Figuring out where to go in the high school can be difficult, especially for a freshman. Many ninth graders are nervous about finding th...  Read More »

September 21, 2016 • 0 comments

HHS Featured on ABC27’s “Friday Morning Lights”

Marisa Balanda and Emily Briselli

It may have been quiet outside early this morning, but inside the walls of Hershey High School it was anything but silent. Hershey High School students and staff gathered bright and early Friday morning for this we...  Read More »

September 21, 2016 • 0 comments

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Hershey Girls XC Defeat Palmyra, Susquehanna

Robert Sterner, Broadcaster Advisor

Led by senior Taylor Mortensen and junior Andie Demko, the deep Hershey girls Cross Country team defeated Palmyra, 21-37, and shutout Susquehanna, 15-50, on Palmyra’s home course Tuesday afternoon. Mortensen and Demko fini...  Read More »

September 23, 2016 • 0 comments

Hershey Boys XC Run Past Palmyra, Susquehanna

Hershey boys Cross Country team defeated both Palmyra, 19-40, and Susquehanna Township, 15-50, in a tri-meet at Palmyra’s home course on Tuesday afternoon. Early in the race Palmyra’s Kevin Cole tried to set a hard...  Read More »

September 23, 2016 • 0 comments

Hershey Girls XC Sweeps Tri-meet with LD, Red Land

Robert Sterner, Broadcaster Advisor

Hershey's girls cross country team easily defeated both Red Land and Lower Dauphin in a tri-meet Tuesday, September 13 at Red Land. The Trojans defeated both by wide margins: 44-18 over Red Land and 45-16 against Lower Dauphin. Hershey’s...  Read More »

September 21, 2016 • 0 comments

  • Hershey boys XC splits tri-meet with LD, Red Land September 21, 2016
  • Summer Olympics Recap: USA Takes Gold September 19, 2016
  • Celebrating the Life of The Sultan of Swat, Babe Ruth August 16, 2016
  • Brazil Picked to Host Summer Olympics, Problems Follow July 5, 2016

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HHS Student Opinions on Trump Revealed

Sofia Suri, Reporter

Ambition, ego, money, and power- all words one newspaper believes one man can have. The book Trump Revealed was published on August 23rd, 2016. It was written by over 2 dozen writers from the Washing...  Read More »

September 22, 2016 • 0 comments

HHS Student Opinions on Trump Revealed

Sofia Suri, Reporter

Ambition, ego, money, and power- all words one newspaper believes one man can have. The book Trump Revealed was published on August 23rd, 2016. It was written by over 2 dozen writers from the Washington ...  Read More »

September 21, 2016 • 0 comments

Trump vs. Clinton Behavior in Spotlight

Kate Sinz, Reporter

With the finish line right around the corner, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are battling to the very end. However, their weapon of choice isn’t exactly what some people are happy with. With the...  Read More »

September 21, 2016 • 0 comments

White Supremacists and Nationalists Endorse Presidential Candidate

September 20, 2016

The Broadcaster asks: What are your questions for the presidential debates?

September 14, 2016

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