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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...

From Dance to Art, Jillian Goldstein Does it All with a Smile

Jillian Goldstein smiles for the camera in the Hershey High School cafeteria.  Most of Goldstein’s free time is spent at her dance studio. (Broadcaster/ Emma Russell)

Emma Russell, Reporter

June 3, 2019

“I have a big personality, so you should have a lot to write about,” said Jillian “Jill” Goldstein. Each week, Goldstein, a Hershey High School freshman, spends many hours at class. Not her scheduled high school classes, dance class. Goldstein, even with her hectic schedule, manages to find...

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

Sophomore Emily Farr works on her latest watercolor piece on May 15, 2019. The piece was part of an English assignment to illustrate the essence of the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel The Great Gatsby. (Broadcaster/Té Burkholder)

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...

Art Studio Opens During Lunches

AP art student, Karis Gould, multitasks by working on pieces of her project and eating her lunch. Working during lunch allows especially busy students, like Gould, to perfect their projects. (Broadcaster/Katie Jones)

Katie Jones, Reporter

October 19, 2018

Hershey High School is being proactive in the 2018 school year by opening up more doors to art students. A new option is being offered to art students of all levels. These specific students are able to go in the art room instead of lunch room to work on projects they are behind on, new proje...

Meghan Fickes Showcases Passion for Art

Lydia Gould, Feature Writer

December 8, 2016

For Meghan Fickes, stress is fuel for her art. Creating the pieces needed for an Advanced Placement Art portfolio requires long hours of focus. Hershey High School junior Meghan Fickes channels both a passion for art and the stress of deadlines to create evocative art. For Fickes, art is life. ...

NEXUS Community Day

Ann Pham, Hershey High School sophomore, colors in session three with sharpies and pencils. (Broadcaster/Daniella Mimoso)

Daniella Mimoso, Reporter

October 7, 2016

Spread the word! That was the number one goal of the NEXUS group members when preparing for Community Day. The session allowed new people to learn about what NEXUS is. Presenter and co-president, Elizabeth Abraham, showed the audience of session one what NEXUS is all about. According to D...

Into the Woods Musical Review

March 14, 2016

By: Lydia Gould What do you get when you cross a damsel in distress with a frazzled baker and even with a wicked witch? You get a fun, entertaining, and spirited musical production guaranteed to put a smile on your face. This year, the HHS theater department production was Into The Woods: a mu...

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