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Military Moves: HHS Freshman Maddie Smith Eleventh School Move is to Hershey

Maddie Smith poses with her mother and father on May 20th, 2018. Her father has moved multiple times for his military position and the family has followed. (Broadcaster/Mia Bertoldi)

Mia Bertoldi, Reporter

May 23, 2019

Moving the boxes can be easy, but leaving your friends and home behind, is not. Maddie Smith, a freshman at Hershey High School (HHS), moved to Hershey last July from Tennessee. Moving can be a pretty hard change for most people, but for Maddie, it’s something very familiar to her and her family. ...

Hershey High Introduces Military Club

Evan Spinney, Reporter

September 28, 2018

Some people seek a future of serving for their country. Military Club is a first year club advised by Dr. Angie Grabuloff, social studies department and veteran. The idea of the club is to help members figure out what branch of the military he or she is interested in joining as well as to get invo...

Drones prove to be useful, but concerns remain

A drone lights up and takes photos while flying in a dark and narrow space under a bridge at Sendai City, Miyagi prefecture on May 16, 2017. Kazunori Ohno, Japanese Assistant Professor of Tohoku University and his team developed a drone which doesn't fall even colliding with something like bridge. Drone is guarded with football-shape device (96cm diameter, 2.6kg), made of strong and special material, can fly stable even it bumping into a building or other things. ( The Yomiuri Shimbun via AP Images )

Joel Newschwander, Section Editor

May 30, 2017

A device as small as the palm of a human hand is the subject of a heated debate. Drones have been used by the United States military since 2000, beginning with the George W. Bush administration. After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the United States military has used the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles ...

HHS Teachers Teach For the Kids

HHS Teachers Teach For the Kids

January 22, 2016

By Lynn Dang Exchanging adventure and excitement for stress and overtime work can be seen as crazy to most people. For some college graduates, they know what to do right after college. Others must go through years before finding the right career. Hershey High School teachers Angela Grabuloff, Elizabeth...

Students Deploy into Future

Mark Suminski, white shirt, shouts military 
chants at 4 am during camo on June 11, 2015.
Suminski spent the day conducting chants,
drills, and simulations. Submitted by: Mark Suminski

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...

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