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Sitcom Club Attracts Students, Laughs at Community Day

Sitcom Club Attracts Students, Laughs at Community Day

April 29, 2016

By: Paige Randall The laughs of the students could be heard all the way down the hallway. On April 29th, Hershey High School hosted its first ever Community Day, and Sitcom Club was in charge of one of the sessions. Both upperclassmen and underclassmen gathered together to watch, discuss, and ...

Annual HHS Blood Drive Continues Success

April 27, 2016

By: Lynn Dang, video by Cara McErlean The students of HHS can become heroes every spring. Run by Healthcare Career Exploration (HCEP) students, the HHS Blood Drive occurred on April 1, 2016. These volunteers prepared and planned about a month in advance. HCEP students experienced the rewarding...

HHS Powerlifter David Still Becomes Two Time National Champ

HHS Powerlifter David Still Becomes Two Time National Champ

April 22, 2016

By: Madi Held He did it again. For the second year in a row, sophomore David Still won first place in his weight class becoming a back to back National Powerlifting Champion. Four Hershey High school students traveled to Orlando, Florida to represent Hershey in the USAPL High School National Powe...

Trojan Trendsetters

Trojan Trendsetters

April 21, 2016

By: Natalie Norman-Kehe Whether it be the runways of New York Fashion Week or the hallways of Hershey High School, fashion is always there. Style, the way people define the clothes they wear, is different from person to person. According to an interview last year with Kate Dimmock, the fashion ...

Walk for Clean Water Fundraiser Exceeds Goal

Walk for Clean Water Fundraiser Exceeds Goal

April 20, 2016

By: Irene Ciocirlan with additional photos by Bella D'Adderio Hershey High School’s first Walk for Clean Water was a success on Sunday, April 10, 2016. $17,579.49 was raised to fund a clean water well for an impoverished village in Swaziland. According to Michael Miller, HHS junior and creator of ...

For Caroline Cotton Hard Work Makes Winning Look Easy

For Caroline Cotton Hard Work Makes Winning Look Easy

April 16, 2016

By: Lydia Gould For Caroline Cotton, winning is definitely not easy. Cotton is currently a senior at HHS, and has been participating in track for six years. Cotton’s events include the long jump, triple jump, and the high jump, which is her favorite. “I really enjoy high jump because I am mo...

DTSD weighs merits of sports advertising on school grounds

DTSD weighs merits of sports advertising on school grounds

April 15, 2016

By: Henry Isaacson Even Derry Township School District is looking for other ways to balance the budget. DTSD has recently been exploring allowing advertising on school grounds. By doing so, the school would increase their annual revenue. Market Street Sports Group was asked to create a proposal...

Key Club Sells Pinwheels to Aid Child Abuse Prevention

Key Club Sells Pinwheels to Aid Child Abuse Prevention

April 15, 2016

By: Echo Rogers Pinwheels represent childhood happiness. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. That’s why during the month of April, Key Club will be selling pinwheels in the Hershey High School cafeteria to raise money to prevent child abuse. The fundraiser will also be held in the middle a...

Hershey Public Library Hosts Local Author Festival

Hershey Public Library Hosts Local Author Festival

Jenny Kim, Reporter

April 13, 2016

By: Jenny Kim A new and innovative idea had just transpired at the Hershey Public Library. The Hershey Public Library hosted its first ever Local Authors Festival on Saturday, April 2, 2016. The event brought around 40 authors from the local area together to talk and present about their written...

HHS Presents College Admissions Forum

April 13, 2016

By: Bella D’Adderio Every year, anxious high school students will go through the struggle of applying to the college of their dreams. However, Hershey High School’s Counseling Department has found a way to make this time a little less stressful. On Wednesday, April 13th at 7:00 p.m. in th...

Narcan Introduced to Hershey High School

Narcan Introduced to Hershey High School

April 9, 2016

By: Irene Ciocirlan If Hershey High School nurse Tara Blackburn were to ever have to save a student’s life, she would know where to look. Narcan, a fast working drug that can stop overdoses, was introduced to HHS in February. Any high school in the United States can now get an emergency opioid carto...

HHS’ Key Club organizes “Walk for Clean Water”

April 7, 2016

By: Jenny Kim Four miles doesn't seem very far.  But try walking it every day just to get clean water. Just under four miles is the average distance a person in a developing country must walk to get water.  The Hershey High School Key Club is hosting a 3.75 mile Walk for Clean Water even...

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