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Summer 2016 Must See Blockbuster Movies

Summer 2016 Must See Blockbuster Movies

May 27, 2016


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By: Anthony Barrett Summer 2016 will be a memorable one as far as movies go, with multiple sequels and blockbusters scheduled to debut. Here is a look at five of the most anticipated, must see summer movies of 2016. Finding Dory     Arguably the most anticipated movie of the year is ...

Rockettes Kick Out a New Show for Summer

Rockettes Kick Out a New Show for Summer

May 27, 2016


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By: Hannah Gundermann Many dancers look up to the phenomenal Radio City Rockettes. Now, there is more to these talented dancers than just their Christmas Spectacular. The Radio City Rockettes are an iconic group of women located in New York City. Every year the Rockettes star in the Radio City Christ...

Part 2: HHS Cinema Club Selects Top 50 Movies of All Time

Part 2: HHS Cinema Club Selects Top 50 Movies of All Time

May 26, 2016


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By: Dan Buser The second part of HHS Cinema Club’s top 50 Movies are listed below. If you missed part one, check it out here. In this segment we will cover movies 29 to 11. The list will later be concluded in the third final list.   “Animal House” directed by: John Landis ...

HHS Superhero Club Provides Hidden Benefits

May 25, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Hershey

By: Sam Allery, Journalism 1 Student  Edited by Lynn Dang, Hershey Section Editor Hershey-You walk into the room. You see people joyfully giggling, a trailer on the laptop, and an intense debate about science-fiction combat. Is this what you would call college material? These giggles, traile...

Top Ten Disney Movies

Top Ten Disney Movies

May 25, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Editorial

By: Jenny Kim and Lexie Corcoran “The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of all,” The Emperor of China said from the movie, "Mulan." This famous quote comes from the heartwarming and action-filled movie "Mulan." "Mulan" has become one of the most inspiring movies of...

Part 1: HHS Cinema Club Selects Top 50 Movies of All Time

Part 1: HHS Cinema Club Selects Top 50 Movies of All Time

May 17, 2016


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By: Daniel Buser Have you ever found yourself wanting to watch a movie but not knowing what to watch? This list may be able to help you out.   Hershey High School’s Cinema Club presents the top 50 movies of all time. HHS Cinema Club's goal is to enjoy and inform others of the wide range of film...

HHS Senior Paxton Zeis chooses Temple University for her theater future

HHS Senior Paxton Zeis chooses Temple University for her theater future

May 17, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Hershey

By Lydia Gould For most, theatre is a hobby; for Paxton Zeis, it’s her biggest passion. Zeis, a senior at Hershey High School, has been participating in the theatre productions since her sophomore year. Now, Zeis is preparing to take the next step towards her future. She has recently made the de...

Captain America: Civil War Review

Captain America: Civil War Review

May 17, 2016


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By: Dan Buser “United we stand, divided we fall.” The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has had quite the run of success lately. The 2008 film “Iron Man” first launched the MCU. Since then, the films have become incredibly popular in pop culture and each entry is a highly anticipated pa...

Apollo Awards Recognizes Outstanding High School Performers

Apollo Awards Recognizes Outstanding High School Performers

May 13, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Hershey

By: Marisa Balanda High school actors usually do not perform with the intent of winning awards. However, one local program acknowledges outstanding high school performers in the Central Pennsylvania area. The Hershey Theatre Apollo Awards were established in 2008 and occur each May. This non-profit organiza...

HHS Spring Play Leaves Audience With Laughs

HHS Spring Play Leaves Audience With Laughs

May 6, 2016


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By: Jenny Kim Hershey High School presented their last production of the 2016 school year on Thursday, April 28, and Friday, April 29. The production showcased two comedies: The Blind Date, written by Forrest Musselman, and The Banana Nut Split, written by Wade Bradford. The two plays brought m...

World mourns pop icon, rebel Prince

World mourns pop icon, rebel Prince

May 2, 2016


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By: Jenny Kim The iconic singer Prince, real name Prince Rogers Nelson, had recently died on April 21, 2016. The exact cause is not known yet. At the age of 57, his body was found at his Paisley Park compound in Minnesota. Prince had made a concert appearance on April 16; however, he had gotten very ill a...

Broadway star shares insights at HHS Community Day

Broadway star shares insights at HHS Community Day

April 29, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Hershey

By: Henry Isaacson During Hershey High School’s first ever Community Day, students expected to learn about other subjects, but were learning about themselves. High school is a time to figure out what’s next in life. Students are constantly searching for a new meaning, and today, they g...

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