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Koepfer Gets a Kick Out of the Apollos: Myah Koepfer’s Performance in Anything Goes Earns Her an Apollo Awards Nomination

Koepfer Gets a Kick Out of the Apollos: Myah Koepfer’s Performance in Anything Goes Earns Her an Apollo Awards Nomination

Alina Zang, Reporter

May 30, 2019

It was a “fairy dust moment.” That moment “where all the things we have been working for come together right as we go in to performance week,” said Michelle O’Brien, Hershey’s musical director, about this year’s winter musical Anything Goes.   One of the key parts of the musical’s s...

Extracurriculars Have Value in College Applications Say Students

Riley Manjerovic, Reporter

May 30, 2019

Sports, clubs, internships, and clubs all bear the definite value for college applicants. Students at Hershey High School and neighboring Palmyra High School said participating in extracurriculars definitely helped them in their college application process.  Having sports, clubs and other activiti...

Organization, Planners, and Drive

Organization, Planners, and Drive

Talon Smith, Reporter

May 29, 2019

Musical. Dance. Minithon. Honors chem, english, and world history. Precalc. Human anatomy. Volunteering. Tutoring. And a social life. Sounds like quite a lot for a single student to take on, especially under modern day levels of stress. Hershey High School sophomore Lola Berra manages to do it all. S...

Months of Work Pay Off for Yearbook Club

Months of Work Pay Off for Yearbook Club

Mason Weaber, Reporter

May 29, 2019

A tradition among high schools in the U.S. is one that requires diligence and dedication by its creators. The 2018-2019 HHS yearbook is the final product of the work done by the Hershey High School Yearbook Club, a group of nearly 20 dedicated individuals. This whole process began as far back as Apri...

The King is Almost Done: Senior Alexei King is Riding the Rest of the Year Out With No Worries

Maddie Smith, Reporter

May 29, 2019

The end of this Hershey student's high school journey has come to a close sooner than he thought. Alexei King is a Hershey high school senior graduating in 2019. He has less than a month until graduation. Like most high school seniors, King can’t wait to get out and enjoy his last summer as a ...

Seeing Double: Bella Amato has another “half”

Maya Yashinsky, Reporter

May 28, 2019

Ever heard the saying “my other half”? Bella Amato, a freshman at Hershey, literally has one. Her twin Noah. Both Noah and Bella have seemingly identical personalities and both play lacrosse for the high school’s teams. “It’s like growing up with a best friend.” Bella says being ...

Ethan Barna: Man Behind the Mics

Laurel Fleszar, Reporter

May 28, 2019

Everything’s set. The actors are in their places, and stage crew is placed backstage. Suddenly, the lights brighten, the mics turn on, and the show begins! Ethan Barna is a sophomore at Hershey High School, and he’s heavily involved in the theatrical productions. Many people see him as a very quiet, calm, introverted guy. However, there’s much more t...

Online Snow Days May Be the Future for Pennsylvania Schools

Online Snow Days May Be the Future for Pennsylvania Schools

Claire Sheppard, Olivia Bratton, Katherine Clark, and Leah Koppenhaver

May 28, 2019

It’s a familiar feeling of joy for many students as they receive a call announcing an upcoming snow day. The students now have a free day all to themselves, but now this relaxing opportunity may be subject to change. Online school assignments in place of snow days are being proposed as an effective ...

Hershey Announces Limited Edition Emoji Chocolate Bars

Carina Sarracino, Reporter

May 28, 2019

The Hershey Company has broken 125 years of tradition by modifying their chocolate bar’s appearance for the first time, introducing 25 engraved emoji designs and six variations of new packaging. Each piece of chocolate in the bar, traditionally labeled with “Hershey” in all capitals, is bein...

HHS’ Jonas Cream Wins Model UN Blue Speaker of the House

Claire Strucko, Reporter

May 28, 2019

Hershey’s Youth and Government (YAG) attended the Model UN annual convention on April 13, 2019. HHS junior Jonas Cream won the honorable position of Blue Speaker of the House. Cream has participated in YAG since he was in eighth grade and says that it has impacted his life and the way he views the ...

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