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Drive-in theaters nearly died out completely, but some, like the one pictured, survived.  On June 6th, 1933 Richard Hollingspread opened the first drive-in theater.  (Thomas Hawk/CC BY-NC 2.0)

National Drive-In Movie Day

Ella Yurick, Editor in Chief June 6, 2023

On June 6th, grab your family and friends and head to a Drive-In movie theater to celebrate National Drive-In Movie Day History  Although the idea of drive-in movies has been around since the 1910s,...

A billboard of Chicago the Musical is posted by the Ambassador Theatre. In New York, Chicago is performed at the Ambassador Theatre, which is located at 219 West 49th Street in Manhattan. (Broadway Tour/CC BY-SA 2.0)

48 Years Ago: Celebrate the first performance of Chicago the Musical

Ashley Bu, Science and Technology Editor June 3, 2023

48 years ago on June 3 1975, a theatrical production premiered on Broadway that would forever transform the global theater scene. This musical, Chicago, would become beloved by many people even in the...

Seven Perfect Dining Spots in Hershey

Tahaani Khan, Reporter May 29, 2023

With summer coming around the corner, and Hershey being a big tourist spot, there has to be good places to dine. Summer is the busiest time of year, so here are seven delicious dining options in Hershey...

Food Review: First Watch

Janet Jenkins, Reporter May 29, 2023

Looking for the feeling of summer weather in a dish? Look no further than the comforting flavors of First Watch located on Chocolate Avenue in Hershey, Pennsylvania. For those looking for many options...

Photo Essay: Nexus Art Night celebrated at HHS

Ishmarika Adhikari and Allison Acosta May 24, 2023

Nexus Art Night is an annual event at Hershey High Schoo celebrating the artsl. Nexus took place on Thursday the 18th from 5 to 8pm. Students got the opportunity to showcase their array of talents including...

Movie Review: We Have a Ghost

Janet Jenkins, Reporter May 24, 2023

We Have a Ghost directed by Christopher Landon is a PG-13 movie that young adults won’t be embarrassed to watch by themselves. Filled with humor, suspense, and a lot of recognizable characters, this...

10 Must-See Movies Coming Out This Summer

Cianna Stager, Reporter May 24, 2023

Summer is a perfect time to enjoy the thrill of new released movies. The new summer movies of 2023 come from action packed adventures, to heartwarming comedies or romance. This summers movie lineup comes...

Summer Travel Tips: Best Ways to Stay Safe While Traveling This Summer

Cianna Stager, Reporter May 18, 2023

In previous summers, 47% of people have been unprepared for their trips and vacations, according to ValuePenguin. When traveling, it is crucial to stay alert of your surroundings, and know what you’re...

5 Ways to Support World Reef Awareness Day

Isabella Dimopoulos, Reporter May 17, 2023

Every year on June 1st, the world celebrates World Reef Awareness Day. Supporting and recognizing this day allows communities across the globe to help the coral reefs and protect their beauty and biodiversity.  Coral...

Celebrating National French Fry Day: June 13

Ishmarika Adhikari, Reporter May 17, 2023

Whether it’s store bought, from a fancy restaurant, or even homemade, French fries are great no matter what. Today June 13th, National French Fry Day is the best day to enjoy some.  National...

Vox Pop: What would your dream concert be? This week we went around Hershey High School to ask students and teachers about their dream concerts. With many different genres and artists, HHS has a vast and varied music...

Movie Review: Luckiest Girl Alive

Tahaani Khan, Reporter May 3, 2023

The movie Luckiest Girl Alive is a phenomenal movie highlighting an unfortunately common struggle for many women and girls: sexual assault and rape. The movie is directed by Mike Barker, and stars Ani...

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