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Valentines Day Gift Guide

Valentines Day Gift Guide

February 7, 2016

By: Shyanne Gaston Picking out the perfect gift during the Valentine’s Day holiday can be very overwhelming. Embellas is a great place to find the right gift for mother, girlfriend, friend or that someone special. Embellas stores are located in Hershey, Harrisburg and Camp Hill. ...

New Year’s Resolutions Are Fading

New Year’s Resolutions Are Fading

February 2, 2016

By: Shyanne Gaston The beginning of another year in January is filled with promises meant to be kept. The saying, “a new year, a new me,” is often thrown around when talking about New Year’s resolutions. There is a plethora of resolutions that are made every year to better oneself. Prob...

Hershey High School Holiday Traditions

Hershey High School Holiday Traditions

January 21, 2016

By: Adeena Syed Traditions.  Religion.  Family. The reasons and ways Hershey High School students celebrate the holidays are as varied as the students. Some students aren’t particularly religious and don’t have any special religious traditions. Hershey High School junior, Ava Helm is...

Knock Knock Boutique Holiday Gift Guide

Knock Knock Boutique Holiday Gift Guide

Bella D'Adderio and Hannah Gundermann

January 21, 2016

The holidays can be a stressful time for gift buyers, but Knock Knock Boutique in Hershey is a one stop shop for all your gifting needs. Emily Drobnock, 2009 Hershey High School graduate and shop owner, opened Knock Knock in the fall of 2014 located on Chocolate Avenue. Click on any image to view...

Breakfast, still most important meal

Breakfast, still most important meal

January 19, 2016

By Maura Longenecker Sometimes students eat breakfast, and sometimes they don’t. Breakfast is important for everyone’s health, but Hershey High School students don’t tend to eat it every morning. However, there are options for students who don’t have time to sit down for breakfast. Tara...

Non-Traditional Holiday Recipes

Non-Traditional Holiday Recipes

January 16, 2016

By Rachael Schirato These are not the usual cookies. The holiday season is the prime time for sugar cookies, eggnog,  and Christmas ham. Try something new at your dinner table this year. The HHS community shared their unique holiday recipes. Experiment over break with this collection of family favorites! Tarte au Sucre  ...

Eggs for Breakfast!

Eggs for Breakfast!

November 16, 2015

By: Maura Longenecker Sometimes students eat breakfast, and sometimes they don’t. Breakfast is important for everyone’s health, but Hershey High School students don’t tend to eat it every morning. However, there are options for students who don’t have time to sit down for breakfast. ...

Students Deploy into Future

Students Deploy into Future

November 16, 2015

By:Henry Isaacson The sweat is dripping off of his face.  His arms burn and his body feels like a great stone is pressing him down into the dirt. “Down. Up. Down. Up.” A voice yells above him. Lieutenant Commander Mooney towers over the cadet and the others struggling to do pushups. His voi...

Anonymous “After School” App Gains Popularity

Anonymous “After School” App Gains Popularity

November 16, 2015

By Cara McErlean Bathroom stall graffiti has gone digital. Hershey High School has recently caught on to the latest technological fad: an anonymous message board app called After School. The app, which is specifically designed for high schoolers, allows students to post anonymous confessions, com...

HHS students share what impacted their life

HHS students share what impacted their life

November 13, 2015

By: Brenna Holycross “I just lost it. I got up from the table and ran out of the room. I tried to go up the stairs, but I couldn’t even make it up them because I was crying and shaking so bad.” That day Tegan Moritz, a Hershey High School senior, had a family dinner with her mom and sister. She d...

Six seconds to stardom

Six seconds to stardom

October 29, 2015

By: Natalie Norman-Kehe Popularity.  It is all about “who you know.”  However, in the last decade the way popularity is measured has changed drastically.  One person can have many likes on Instagram.  Another can have tens of thousands of followers on Twitter. Then there is Vine. Six se...

The Unknown of the Underemployed: Local Workers With College Degrees Struggle to Find Full-Time Employment

The Unknown of the Underemployed: Local Workers With College Degrees Struggle to Find Full-Time Employment

October 29, 2015

By Marisa Balanda Recently, Caroline Sandoval worked 59 hours over the course of two weeks. This included a stretch of ten consecutive days. Her paycheck was $398.97. After taxes, Sandoval earned just $6.76 per hour. By comparison, the federal minimum wage, before taxes, is $7.25 per hour. This meager...

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