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Redesigned SAT Brings Several Changes

Redesigned SAT Brings Several Changes

February 7, 2016

By: Lynn Dang Coming spring 2016, the new SAT will replace the current SAT. These are some of the top changes you need to know. Scoring The current SAT composite score is 600-2400, while the redesigned test’s score will be 400-1600. The guessing penalty of each question is ¼ of a point, b...

Gallery: 100th Annual PA Farm Show

Gallery: 100th Annual PA Farm Show

February 3, 2016

The 100th anniversary of the Pennsylvania Farm Show took place from January 9th through January 16th 2016. The farm show is known to be the largest indoor agricultural exposition in the nation with the complex being twenty four acres spread about eleven buildings. This impressive complex also include...

2016 Presidential Candidates: Donald Trump

2016 Presidential Candidates: Donald Trump

February 1, 2016

By Mason Benovy The 2016 Presidential Election is upon us, and one contender sticking out in the media is Donald Trump.  According to Business Insider,Trump has appeared on Fox News more than twice as much as any other candidate. Born June 14th, 1946 in New York City, Donald John Trump is an Ame...

College How To: Navigating Debt, Loans, and Financial Aid

College How To: Navigating Debt, Loans, and Financial Aid

January 24, 2016

By: Paige Randall The college acceptance letters have arrived and with them come a slap in the face for many high school students: a barrage of financial responsibilities. During the transition from high school to college, money is often a deciding factor in many choices that students will make....

Syrian Migrants Settle in USA, Lancaster

Syrian Migrants Settle in USA, Lancaster

January 18, 2016

By Paige Randall Starting this year, thousands from Syria will arrive in “The Land of Opportunity.” In Syria, hundreds of people are leaving the country each day because of war and violence. Over 2 million people have been displaced to date. These refugees are seeking asylum in countries all ov...

Speech and Debate Prepares for First Competition

Speech and Debate Prepares for First Competition

December 15, 2015

By: Echo Rogers It’s been two months of hard work; finally, they’re ready. The Speech and Debate Club is ready to compete at their first competition on October 31, 2015. The three groups this year- Speech, Debate, and Dramatic Interpretation- have been practicing for months. During meetings, Speech practices their speeches t...

Scream Queen: Carly Morelli acts “psycho” for Field of Screams

Scream Queen: Carly Morelli acts “psycho” for Field of Screams

November 16, 2015

By: Shanna Sweitzer Around every corner is a terrifying sight. At Field of Screams, that terrifying sight might just be a Hershey High School student. Junior Carly Morelli plays a “psycho” at Field of Screams’ Haunted Hayride. An unpaid volunteer, Morelli the thrill of scaring others...

Life of a Female Air Force Cadet

Life of a Female Air Force Cadet

November 13, 2015

By: Maddie O’Shea The bus jolted to a halt. For a short five minutes, the only sound was the rumble of the engine. Suddenly a soldier stood up, apprehension in the face of every passenger. “If you don’t have what it takes, get off this bus!” he screamed, his words slicing through...

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