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Bliss Crepery Opening

Bliss Crepery Opening

Katie Jones, Reporter

October 12, 2017


Filed under Hershey

Take yourself to an eternal “Bliss.” A new restaurant, Bliss Crepery, opened September 12, at 14 Briarcrest Square, Hershey, PA. The new shop has quickly become especially popular among Hershey High School students. Bliss Crepery’s menu includes more than twenty sweet and savory crepes (w...

Hounds around Hershey

Hounds around Hershey

Kieran Holley, Reporter

October 12, 2017


Filed under Hershey, Showcase

HHS Homecoming Court: Chance or Choice?

Katherine Clark, Copy Editor

October 11, 2017


Filed under Hershey

A rose by any other name would smell just as sweet, but perhaps not if it were not up to chance. For as long as Hershey High School (HHS) can remember, the white rose is one of the most iconic symbols to represent the annual homecoming football game and dance. The lucky nominee to get the box with the whi...

Changes from Middle School to High School sports

Alexis Moodie, Layout Designer

October 10, 2017


Filed under Hershey, Sports

Change is hard. Going from the top of the heap to the very bottom as a freshman in high school is not an easy change; furthermore, sports complicate the life of a freshman.  Freshman athletes do all the chores like fetching water and carrying and collecting team gear to pay the dues to the team.  P...

Kiss and Tell Project: JT Mullins

Kiss and Tell Project: JT Mullins

Anna Levin, Reporter

October 4, 2017


Filed under Hershey

“A defining moment in my life...when I went to Europe over the summer for three weeks, I realized the world is so much bigger than the town of Hershey, and there’s so much more you can do.” JT Mullins is a junior this year at Hershey. A couple months ago, he became one of the two drum ma...

Broadcaster Instagram: Kiss and Tell Project Kicks Off

Broadcaster Instagram: Kiss and Tell Project Kicks Off

Anna Levin, Reporter

September 26, 2017


Filed under Hershey, Showcase

  Hershey High School sophomore Shea Tatara recently moved here from Elizabethtown. Shea said her parents wanted a smaller house and to live in the woods. She has an older brother and three German Shepherds. Laughing, Shea explained how about one of her dogs, Thor, got his name. “Thor. W...

HHS Makes Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort

Leah Koppenhaver, Reporter

September 15, 2017


Filed under Hershey, Showcase

Hershey High School (HHS) Key Club is accepting donations in order to aid the Knowledge is Power Program (KIPP) Houston High School in Houston, Texas after the devastating effects from Hurricane Harvey. KIPP Houston High School has 600 students; nearly 86 percent of the students are economically d...

Dual enrollment opportunity offered at HHS

Dual enrollment opportunity offered at HHS

Elizabeth Newman, Reporter

June 2, 2017


Filed under Hershey

Get the best of both worlds! Dual Enrollment is a program offered to Hershey High School juniors and seniors that allows them to take college classes and receive high school and college credits for that class. Students must take a class from a local university for which they are responsible for th...

The Color Run

The Color Run

Moxie Thompson, Reporter

June 2, 2017


Filed under Hershey

The happiest 5k on the planet is coming to the sweetest place on Earth. The Color Run will be in Hershey on June 17th. It is a paint race that celebrates healthiness, happiness, and individuality, according to The Color Run. The Color Run will be sponsored by Lays, and it will start at the Giant Cen...

DTSD goes 1-to-1 with iPads at HHS next fall

DTSD goes 1-to-1 with iPads at HHS next fall

Meredith Gould, Reporter

June 1, 2017


Filed under Hershey

Derry Township School District will spend more than $800,000 over the next three years to go one-to-one with iPads in the high school. Hershey Middle School has been one-to-one with iPads for the 8th grade for several years. Now, DTSD’s school board has voted to enlarge the one-to-one program.  S...

Hershey Theatre Apollo Awards

Hershey Theatre Apollo Awards

Tori Moss, Reporter

May 30, 2017


Filed under Hershey

Lights, costumes, props, sweat, and tears: five of the many items that are required for receiving a standing ovation. For many years, the Hershey Theatre has hosted the Apollo Awards, an awards ceremony to honor high school performers from their plays and musicals. This year, Hershey High School wa...

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