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Highmark Health Donates $25 Million Grant to Penn State Cancer Research

Highmark Health Donates $25 Million Grant to Penn State Cancer Research

Sophia DeDonatis, Reporter

May 14, 2018


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Penn State College of Medicine is one of the world’s leading universities in developing new treatment techniques for one of the most life-threatening conditions: cancer. On April 5th Highmark Health, another healthcare company based in Pennsylvania, donated a $25 million grant to Penn State Healt...

Phillip Arthur’s New Brick Oven is Bringing Something New to the Table

Phillip Arthur’s New Brick Oven is Bringing Something New to the Table

Keeley Farrell, Reporter

May 14, 2018


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Local restaurant Phillip Arthur’s is offering up something Hershey hasn’t seen before.The restaurant is now selling nine types of brick oven pizzas plus a create your own with many topping options and even an option for a gluten-free crust. They also added a breakfast menu, some new salads and a couple ...

PSU Medical Center Nurses Bond with Kickball Tournament

PSU Medical Center Nurses Bond with Kickball Tournament

Paige Day, Reporter

May 14, 2018


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The month of May means something more to the nurses who work at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Every year Penn State Medical hospitals nurses come together to celebrate their hard work with a kickball tournament.   This year Joanne Massage, heart and vascular nurse, is a captain...

Hersheypark Celebrates 112th Birthday

Hersheypark Celebrates 112th Birthday

Joshua Gearhart, Reporter

May 14, 2018


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After 112 years it is still going strong. This summer Hersheypark will celebrate its 112th birthday on May 30, 2018. Hersheypark did not start as an amusement park, but instead it was a community park when it opened on May 30, 1906. According to the Hershey Historical Society, “Milton Hersh...

Race 4 Linda Raises Funds and Brings Awareness for Scleroderma Research

Race 4 Linda Raises Funds and Brings Awareness for Scleroderma Research

Laurel Fleszar, Reporter

May 14, 2018


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It afflicts about 50,000 Americans. Scleroderma is “a group of rare diseases that involve the hardening and tightening of the skin and connective tissues,” according to the Mayo Clinic.  A local 5k race, the Race 4 Linda, raises donations for scleroderma research.This year’s Race 4 Linda t...

Kiss Hershey Back Cleanup Day returns May 12

Kiss Hershey Back Cleanup Day returns May 12

Leah Koppenhaver, Reporter

May 9, 2018


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The annual Derry Township Cleanup Day, Kiss Hershey Back (KHB), will be held Saturday, May 12, 2018. Kiss Hershey Back is a community-wide service event held by the Penn State College of Medicine students in attempt to clean up Hershey by picking up trash and planting trees and flowers. KHB wa...

HHS teacher Mimi Collins Continues Reputation of Generosity and Kindness

HHS teacher Mimi Collins Continues Reputation of Generosity and Kindness

Rose Abraham, Reporter

May 9, 2018


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Everyone describes her as the epitome of kindness and caring. Miriam Collins, has been a teacher at Hershey High School since 1994. She has taught a few history subjects over the years, but now teaches 9th grade Civics and German. She also is involved in both the Random Acts of Kindness Club (RAKC) a...

Teen employment has clear benefits

Teen employment has clear benefits

Ashlyn Weidman, Reporter

May 8, 2018


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In today's society many high school students have jobs to earn money for college, but should they really be focusing on earning scholarships instead? To attend a college it takes a lot of money, so students generally get jobs to help with college expenses. But if the job takes away from academics a...

Author and illustrator Patricia Polacco speaks at Hershey Public Library

Author and illustrator Patricia Polacco speaks at Hershey Public Library

Abby Lee, Reporter

May 8, 2018


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Although some may not have heard of this author and illustrator, she left a considerable impact on adults and children alike of the Hershey community. Patricia Polacco was a guest speaker at the Hershey Public Library on April 29, 2018. She has written and illustrated hundreds of nationally r...

Some HHS seniors choose to leave Pennsylvania for college

Some HHS seniors choose to leave Pennsylvania for college

Emma Quillen, Reporter

May 8, 2018


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With the end of the 2017-18 school year approaching, many Hershey High School students are committing to the universities that they will be spending their next four years. Since Pennsylvania contains a wide variety of colleges from art schools to Ivy Leagues, it is very common for HHS students to comm...

Bliss Crepery creating gastronomic bliss

Bliss Crepery creating gastronomic bliss

Miranda Schneier, Reporter

May 8, 2018


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It is as if a little piece of France came to Hershey. Bliss Crepery opened a uniquely styled eatery on September 12, 2017 at 14 Briarcrest Square, Hershey, PA. They specialize in both sweet and savory crepe creations. They also support local artists such as Suze Moll. Bliss Crepery at Brierc...

Andie Demko gets ready to run at Penn State

Andie Demko gets ready to run at Penn State

Emily Massage, Reporter

May 8, 2018


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One Hershey High senior is ready to lace up for the Nittany Lions. Senior Andie Demko has been running ever since she was a little girl with her family building up to be on the cross country and track and field one day.  In the fall she will attend Penn State University. Andie has been runnin...

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