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Hershey’s Ventilation System Is Complex

Eva Baker, Reporter

May 22, 2019

One is frigid. Another sweltering. The temperatures at Hershey High School can vary greatly from room to room and even day-to-day. Mark Anderson, Derry Township School District’s buildings and grounds manager, is in charge of the system allowing certain rooms to be heated and cooled. The ventila...

Hershey Public Library hosts SPLAT

Hershey Public Library hosts SPLAT

Emma Taylor, Reporter

May 21, 2019

The Hershey Public Library hosted SPLAT: A Family Art Studio for a Mother’s Day art project on May 5, 2019. Children ages 2-6 at 2 o’clock and children ages 6 and up at 3 o’clock. It is for anyone who wants to do it. Meghan Winslow is the owner of SPLAT and said she likes the event at the Hers...

HHS Theater shut out at Apollo Awards despite eight nominations

HHS Theater shut out at Apollo Awards despite eight nominations

Anika Hosenfeld, Reporter

May 21, 2019

Hershey High School took home no trophies from the Apollo Awards on May 19, 2019, despite earning eight nominations and three honorable mentions.  Elizabethtown High School took home six awards including Best Musical for Seussical, the Musical. Hershey High School was nominated for outstanding musical...

Hershey School of Dance holds recital

Maggie Lawall, Reporter

May 21, 2019

The Hershey School of Dance Company held their annual recital on Friday and Saturday, May 17 and 18, 2019 at the Hershey Theatre. The theme for the show was, ‘Hello, our NAME is Hershey School of Dance.” Both shows started at 7:00 p.m. for the evening shows and a matinee show started at 1 p.m...

Three of a Kind: Freshman Anna Coulter Balances, Excels at Three High School Sports

Three of a Kind: Freshman Anna Coulter Balances, Excels at Three High School Sports

Samantha Andrews, Reporter

May 21, 2019

Swoosh, swing, spike. Volleyball, basketball, and softball are all different and very complex sports. They are all very taxing and require a lot of practice in order to excel at them. It would be very difficult to play all three of them; however, not for Anna Coulter. She not only plays all three o...

Then & Now- Best Friends

Elaina Joyner, Reporter

May 21, 2019

Often we have that one person we couldn't live without. The person we can count on for everything. Our best friend. Students at Hershey High School share stories of their best friends from their childhood, the friends that have continued to be in their life since they were young.     The...

Dungeons and Dragons Club at Hershey Public Library Brings Happiness

Dungeons and Dragons Club at Hershey Public Library Brings Happiness

Lisa Wang, Reporter

May 21, 2019

“By 2004, it was estimated that the game had been played by over 20 million people,” according to BBC News. Hershey High School freshman Molly Sherma started the Dungeons and Dragons club at the Hershey Public Library. After several people left her original D&D group, she wanted to keep playing and sta...

Inside the Mind of a Goalie: Freshman Noah Amato Adjusts to Life as the JV Lacrosse Goalie

Inside the Mind of a Goalie: Freshman Noah Amato Adjusts to Life as the JV Lacrosse Goalie

Julia Grenoble, Reporter

May 21, 2019

Standing all alone in the goal, trying not to let the entire team down. The goalie has a big responsibility, and can be nerve-racking for a new player. Noah Amato, Hershey High School (HHS) freshman, is the junior varsity goalie for Hershey’s boys lacrosse team. He faces the struggles and hardshi...

Major Knee Injury Sidelines Ellie Buchanan

Major Knee Injury Sidelines Ellie Buchanan

Mallory Gillespie, Reporter

May 21, 2019

Her season ended instantaneously with a loud pop. Sophomore Ellie Buchanan was playing an away game against school rival Cougars at Palmyra on April 15, 2019 when she felt her knee give out, and she fell to the ground. Buchanan later was told she had torn both her ACL and MCL. Her season was over ...

HHS Students Take 2019 Keystone Exams

Jenna Reiber, Reporter

May 21, 2019

Hershey High School freshmen and sophomores took the biology and English Keystone exams during the week of May 12, 2019. This year the biology and English Keystones were taken on May 14 and 15. Algebra Keystones are going to be taken the week after on May 20 and 21. Mostly freshman and sophomor...

Ferns Family Has Moved All Around for One Reason Only: Jobs

Ferns Family Has Moved All Around for One Reason Only: Jobs

Anika Hosenfeld, Reporter

May 21, 2019

Jobs are the number one reason that families move around the world. For Ella Ferns and her family, this was the case. Ella Ferns was born in Maine and has moved nine times with her family for her dad’s job. Ella Ferns’ dad, Michael Ferns, is a pilot in the Navy.  The family moves wherever his job r...

Expression From A Farr: Sophomore Emily Farr Shows Her Personality Through Art

Expression From A Farr: Sophomore Emily Farr Shows Her Personality Through Art

Té Burkholder, Reporter

May 17, 2019

A well-worn sketchbook waits in a backpack. It waits for its chance to shine. As the sound of the zipper signals for light to enter the depths of the canvas bag, the sketchbook is brought out. But this time, instead of being drawn on, something new happens: the sketches and art inside are displayed fo...

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