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Fenicci’s Phil Guarno starts GoFundMe to feed Hershey Medical Center staff

Clare Canavan, Editor in Chief

April 22, 2020

Health care workers around the world are working countless hours to fight COVID-19 while thousands of restaurants are closing their doors. Phil Guarno, the owner of Fenicci’s in Hershey, is helping both local restaurants and the local hospital, Hershey Medical Center.  Guarno has set up a GoFundMe page where comm...

HHS Students Share Noteworthy Summer Plans

Junior Erin Wolfe (right) poses with her sisters and another camper at Camp Echo. Wolfe will be a head counselor at camp this year. (Photo Courtesy of Erin Wolfe)

June 15, 2016

By: Marisa Balanda Many teenagers may be using summer to work on their tans, but some HHS students are spending their summers in nontraditional ways. In order to learn more about some unique summer programs, The Broadcaster spoke to several HHS students about their unconventional summer plans...

Gallery: Hershey vs. LD Faculty Basketball Game

Seniors Vincent Paioletti, Brendan Twaddell, and Daniel Ioffreda sit on the teachers bench and watch as students participate in the half court shot competition during halftime.  (Broadcaster/ Kaylee Williams)

March 9, 2016

By: Kaylee Williams The Hershey vs. Lower Dauphin faculty basketball game to support the Four Diamonds Fund was held on Wednesday, February 17, 2016. Many attended, but the Hershey High School student section was especially spirited with their support in this game. Broadcaster Reporter Kaylee Williams ...

THON: Believing Beyond Boundaries For The Kids

Morale Chairs reveal the Final Review for THON 2016 at 4 pm on February 21st. All of the money goes to the Four Diamonds Fund. Photo Courtesy of Michelle Bixby

March 2, 2016

By: Mason Benovy 15,000 Penn State University students gathered at the Bryce Jordan Center on February 19th and raised $9,770,332.32 for the Four Diamonds Fund. The 46 hour no sleeping, no sitting, dance marathon took place last weekend at Penn State’s Bryce Jordan Center. This year was the...

Evolution of Technology Use in Class

Bella D'Adderio, right, sophomore at HHS and Burston-Green, left, are in the library at HHS  Friday, Sep. 25, 2015. D'Adderio helped Burston-Green make online flashcards of her Acedemic Literacy vocab list.

January 22, 2016

By Julia Michaelson It is everywhere and evolving fast. Technology is improving all around the world. Hershey High School (HHS) is a school moving towards a more technology based learning style. Almost all the students are using it in classes. Since most jobs are moving towards this use, it gives...

Senior Julia Corbin Explores Medical Field Via Internship

(From left to right) Seniors Julia Corbin, Sareena Fayaz, and Alexis Gazzio pose for a picture in front of the Life Lion Helicopter on September 18th, 2015. These three hope to get into a superior college medical program through HCEP. (Photo submitted by Julia Corbin)

January 22, 2016

By: Jenny Kim Sometimes just taking a chance can open up a world of possibilities. Hershey High School senior Julia Corbin spends one or two hours everyday as an intern at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center. Thanks to the Health Career Explorations Program (HCEP), Corbin can shadow medical professionals...

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