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Gifts to help celebrate your 2020 graduate

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Alexis Moodie, Brand Manager

May 21, 2020

Money Although money may seem a bit impersonal, it is probably what your graduate needs most right now. Even if they are not pursuing a higher education, money is still a wonderful gift to help get them off of their feet. If they are pursuing some higher education, money is everything. In any college s...

Ways To Get Fit During Quarantine


Mallory Gillespie and Claire Strucko

May 21, 2020

As the coronavirus continues to grow exponentially, people across the globe are suffering social, economical, and health impacts. Different types of stay-at-home orders have been implemented all across the country due to the COVID-19 outbreak, meaning no gyms, trainers, or any workout tools away from ...

Jostens launches Digital Yearbook Signing

Alexis Moodie, Brand Manager

May 21, 2020

COVID 19 has changed our education system permintantly, but Josten is trying to lessen the emotional blow for the current graduating class. Jostens is a company that focuses their products to be marketed to graduating seniors and their families. They sell class rings, yearbooks, and other graduation...

May 16th: National Do Something Nice for Your Neighbor Day

Dogs like people need exercise and this Golden Retriever puppy is no different.  Helping a neighbor by walking their dog is an easy way to maintain safe social distancing and still do them a favor.  (ccho/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Katie Jones, Reporter

May 12, 2020

National Do Something Nice for Your Neighbor Day falls on Saturday, May 16th this year. How we traditionally serve others and how we spread joy has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, however, that doesn’t mean we can’t find other ways to serve and spread joy. For an abundance of reasons, now is the perf...

All HHS Senior Events Cancelled, Postponed, or Rescheduled Until Further Notice

Mallory Gillespie, Editor

May 11, 2020

Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, seniors all around the world have been affected immensely and Hershey High School is no exception. As HHS nears the end of the 2019-20 school year, the administration has had to make some tough decisions regarding the Class of 2020’s final activities and ceremonies...

HHS seniors are finding their college roommates for fall 2020

Olivia Bratton, Editor in Chief

May 11, 2020

The transition into college is an exciting and nerve-racking time for many high school seniors. Following their big decision of which school to attend, incoming college freshmen still have many decisions to make regarding their first year of college, including picking a suitable roommate.  There...

5 Ways to Make Mother’s Day Special in Quarantine


Ashlyn Weidman, Social Media Manager

May 7, 2020

This Mother’s Day is going to be different than it’s ever been before. Although there isn’t going to be any going out to breakfast, shopping in stores, and going out on the town, that doesn’t mean that it can’t be a special day. Even though quarantine might be taking away some of the usual t...

How You Can Celebrate Earth Day

Tomatoes are simple plants to grow and maintain outdoors. It is best to begin growing tomatoes once temperatures start to warm up. (Jevgeniji Slihto CC By 2.0)

Katie Jones, Brand Manager

April 29, 2020

Though lockdown due to COVID-19 has halted most activities, celebrations of Earth Day won’t stop. Earth Day falls on Wednesday, April 22nd this year. In fact, this year marks the 50th anniversary since Earth Day began in 1970. This is a day set aside to celebrate and appreciate our Earth.  With...

Connecting with Friends Without Seeing Them… How Does That Work?


Alexis Moodie, Brand Manager

April 23, 2020

Why is connecting important? Connecting is important because it allows for social interaction in a time where physically being with other people is unsafe. Without connection our isolation can cause depression and anxiety, according to The Treatment Specialist.  Netflix Party Netflix party is a ...

How to Practice Mindfulness During Quarantine

The woman is doing yoga outdoors as a way to stay mindful. Yoga has the ability to prepare you for whatever tasks lie ahead. (Jon Fife/CC By-ND 2.0)

Alexis Moodie and Katie Jones

April 16, 2020

The quarantine caused by COVID-19 has forced people to stay home, uncharted territory in our go, go, go 21st-century lifestyle. There are a lot of unknowns. With unknowns, many may worry, however, practicing healthy coping strategies can reduce these uninvited feelings during this tough time. Yoga...

Coronavirus: Seven Tips for Staying Productive During Quarantine


Mallory Gillespie and Claire Strucko

April 15, 2020

Learning from home may seem great, but can also pose many challenges regarding productivity and how to stay focused. Although the extra sleep, freedom, and avoided commute is a dream come true for many, there are also major downsides when it comes to walking through the school day at home.  Withou...

How to Fight the Second Pandemic

Keela Delves, Reporter

April 8, 2020

At this point it is fair to say that just about everyone is aware of the COVID-19 pandemic that has been spreading at an unsettling rate. What people may not know perhaps, is that there is a second pandemic plaguing the globe that has the potential to be just as dangerous, the infodemic. The infodemic...

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