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Meet Tiara Willis: The Voice Fighting Against Inequality in the Makeup Industry

A post from Willis’ MakeupforWOC Instagram account, displaying the use of an illuminating product getting her stamp of approval. The account has many recommendations of foundations, bronzers, highlighters, and other products that have gained a positive reaction from Willis. (Makeup for Women of Color)

Molly Glus, Copy Editor

April 11, 2018

She felt discriminated against, so she decided to fight back. Tiara Willis is a sixteen year old who has taken the social media world by storm.   Willis has taken to Instagram and Twitter to discuss the inequalities in the makeup industry.  From production, company ownership, and even advertising, ...

Twitter should not double tweet length

Alex Elchev, Section Editor

October 26, 2017

Twitter is trying to fix something that was never broken. On September 26, 2017, Twitter announced that they would test changing the limit of characters per tweet from 140 to 280.  In their announcement, Product Manager Aliza Rosen cited limits posed by having such a small character count onto most langu...

Trump vs. Clinton Behavior in Spotlight

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at luncheon for the Economic Club of New York in New York, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Kate Sinz, Reporter

September 21, 2016

With the finish line right around the corner, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are battling to the very end. However, their weapon of choice isn’t exactly what some people are happy with. With the month of November close in sight, the top two candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, are no...

The Addiction: Teenagers and Social Media

Palutis poses for a snapchat at Panera Bread in Hummelstown on Wednesday, January 27, 2016. Palutis feels frustrated when people open her snapchats and do not reply.

March 10, 2016

By Marisa Balanda It is a typical school night for Hershey High School senior Ally Palutis. She and her friends from dance are out to dinner between classes, and Palutis finds herself obsessively refreshing her Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat feeds. Social media has transformed today’s genera...

Rape Culture: a culture we can all live without

January 22, 2016

By: Mason Benovy More than 20% of college women will be raped in their lifetime according to a study by The Association of American Universities. Our time in high school is preparing us for the exciting times of college. It’s nearing the time of year when seniors are applying to schools, juniors are preparing for the SATs, and underclassmen are...

Broadcaster passes 4,000 views!

Broadcaster passes 4,000 views!

January 20, 2016

It's a milestone day!  The Broadcaster has passed the 4,000 views mark!  Thank you to the many readers who have joined us in the early days of our digital publishing journey. Our most read stories to date were by Co-Managing Editor Emily Briselli and a Hershey Section Editor Hannah Gundermann.   HH...

One Year Later, Still Standing Strong

Pink Breast Cancer awareness Lokai bracelets, on sale at Knock Knock Boutique on October 9th 2015. The pink Lokai’s will be available until the end of October since it is the official month of Breast Cancer.

November 2, 2015

By: Madison Held After one year of being open Knock Knock Boutique is still watching success come through the door day by day. Knock Knock Boutique Located at 110 West Chocolate Avenue in Hershey, will be celebrating its first official Birthday on October 19th, 2015. Throughout the year, owner Emi...

Social media becomes big inside HHS with teachers

Photo taken September 27th of HHS teacher Brianna Crowley’s classroom Instagram which she created for the 2015-16. school year in hopes of communicating with other educators, as well as her students and their parents. Along with Instagram Crowley uses Twitter and Facebook in her classroom school in hopes of communicating with other educators, as well as her students and their parents. (Online photo from Mrs. Crowley’s Instagram : @MSCSCLASSROOM)

October 6, 2015

By: Madison Held Tweets and posts may soon make pencil and paper obsolete in HHS classrooms. What students, teachers, and parents once knew as a social media has now turned into an educational tool. Little by little teachers are using media to connect with their students and even their parents ...

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