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Coronavirus: What To Do While Stuck at Home

Caroline Glus and Lauren Cribbs

March 19, 2020

By: Caroline Glus and Lauren Cribbs  While school is not in session due to COVID-19, a global outbreak related to a coronavirus disease, it may seem like there is not a lot to do and may result in extreme boredom, but here are some things to fill your time while still staying safe.   Clean...

Hershey Public Library Announces Edible Book Contest

A Prisoner of Azkaban cake by Samantha Tate is pictured on Friday, October 26. Tate was voted the winner of the Most Creative/Original category of the contest.

Elena Lee, Reporter

October 29, 2018

The Hershey Public Library will be hosting an edible book contest as part of National Friends of the Library Week on Friday, October 26. The contest began last year with individuals, groups, or organizations being able to enter a homemade, literature inspired baked creation into the contest. T...

HHS library continues innovation

The library now has a larger space for reference books. Students can make use of these books to complete research projects. (Broadcaster/Emily Liesch)

Claire Sheppard and Emily Liesch

October 11, 2018

The Hershey High School Library is changing for the 2018-2019 school year. According to HHS librarian, Allison Mackley, the library got a face lift of sorts with new features and organizational aspects. Some of the new features in the library include: new reference books and a larger space for ...

Testing center moves to Guidance office

Clare Canavan and Molly Glus

September 28, 2018

Hershey High School is making new changes to its makeup testing program. At the beginning of this school year, the HHS administration announced that the makeup test center will be relocated to the guidance office. With both benefits and drawbacks, the move has raised questions amongst both th...

Author and illustrator Patricia Polacco speaks at Hershey Public Library

Audience member Savannah Paige holds up a copy of Polacco’s autograph on April 29, 2018. Paige attended the event at the recommendation of her friend. (Broadcaster/Abby Lee)

Abby Lee, Reporter

May 8, 2018

Although some may not have heard of this author and illustrator, she left a considerable impact on adults and children alike of the Hershey community. Patricia Polacco was a guest speaker at the Hershey Public Library on April 29, 2018. She has written and illustrated hundreds of nationally r...

HHS Students Discover Library Leadership Opportunities

Emily Briselli, Managing Editor

October 7, 2016

Whether it’s to spend time with friends or to take a test, many HHS students will find themselves in the library at some point during their high school career. On Friday, October 7, HHS students discussed innovative ideas and possible changes to the HHS Library with the Library Learning Common...

All About HHS “Think Tank”

All About HHS

November 16, 2015

By: Shanna Sweitzer Walking into school on the first day junior Anika Wagner walks past the school library to make it to homeroom on time. She stops as something catches her eye. In the far corner of the library, she sees a space cleared of shelves and surrounded by big glass walls. The first thin...

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