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Best Fourth of July Party Snacks

Best Fourth of July Party Snacks

Madi Held, Copy Editor

July 1, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle

One of the most memorable things at a fourth of july party is the food. However, the classic hot dogs and cupcakes can get boring. Make the food for your fourth of July get together the best yet by stepping outside the box and serving these five yummy and festive snacks.   Frozen Chocolate Covered Bananas Everyon...

5 Ways to Enjoy Summer Without Phones

5 Ways to Enjoy Summer Without Phones

Marisa Balanda, Editor in Chief

June 25, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle

Summer. The sun shines, birds chirp, and phones buzz. Resist the temptation to spend the summer glued to an iPhone with these fun activities: Read a Book For most teenagers, the school year is consumed with projects, tests, sports, clubs, and very little free time. Summer is the perfect time to sunba...

Top 5 places to see Fireworks on 4th of July

Top 5 places to see Fireworks on 4th of July

Sofia Suri, Reporter

June 24, 2017


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If you are looking to get away over the 4th of July holiday, below are a few great places to see some of America’s best fireworks with the ones you love. New York City New York City’s 4th of July Macy’s firework display takes place along the East River and can be seen from many points throughout the city. According to USA Today, this is the nation's largest...

Selfies Have Changed Over the Years

Selfies Have Changed Over the Years

Kieri Karpa, Layout Manager

June 21, 2017


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Grab your camera and get ready for the newest millennial-themed holiday. National Selfie Day was established in 2014 by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), but the first selfie was actually taken in 1839. Taken by American photographer Robert Cornelius, the antique selfie took over a minute to t...

Six tips to have a productive summer

Six tips to have a productive summer

Lynn Dang, Section Editor

June 12, 2017


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School may be over, but there are still ways you can stay ahead- without taking summer classes. This season, focus on building your skills while having a fun time. Most deadlines for summer internships and camps have passed, but no need to feel down. Here are six tips to make your summer productive ...

Top Family Vacation Spots in the U.S.

Top Family Vacation Spots in the U.S.

Kaitlyn Kelley, Reporter

June 10, 2017


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Choosing an exciting, affordable vacation spot can be a challenging task that many families come face to face with every year. Luckily, U.S. News put together a list of the top 18 U.S. vacation spots based off travel guides, affordability, and reviews of visitors. These exciting vacation spots will pro...

10 Rainy Day Activities

10 Rainy Day Activities

Bella D’Adderio, Managing Editor

June 10, 2017


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As the hot summer months are now here, the rainy days will be sure to follow. If you’re looking to get the most out of these dreary days, below are ten activities that will be sure to keep you occupied. Rainy days are a perfect excuse to stay inside and relax while watching a movie. Whether it’s on Ne...

Runway to Reality: Fashion Trends for Summer 2017

Hannah Gundermann, Reporter

June 9, 2017


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Statement Sleeves Sleeves as a focal point had a few decade hiatus from the fashion world and now they are back and bolder than ever. Spring/Summer runway shows of 2017 showcased plenty of variations of this newest trend. Many of these looks may be fierce for the runway, but could be construed as ...

Top 2017 Summer Fashion Trends

Top 2017 Summer Fashion Trends

Molly Glus, Reporter

June 9, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle

School is out, the sun is shining, and fashion is in its hottest season. As the summer season kicks off and shows are held, designers and brands around the world are working to fit their designs into this year’s trends. According to Instyle, the first of many trends seen this runway season is printe...

10 things that were going on in the world when HHS seniors were born

10 things that were going on in the world when HHS seniors were born

Mallory Drayer, Reporter

June 6, 2017


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The late 90’s was a time of many firsts: boy bands, scrunchies, and “the Rachel” haircut. It was also the year our seniors were born: 1998. Here’s a look at the top 10 things that were going on in the world when our seniors were born...

Top 4 Hiking Trails

Top 4 Hiking Trails

Emily Tubbs, layout/resporter

June 1, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle

Calling all nature lovers, here are the top 4 hiking trails you have to explore this summer. Hershey Hotel The Hershey Hotel has three public hiking trails that all vary in length. The Paved Kiss Path is a 1.4 mile trail for a light walk or run. The trail starts and ends at the same location, cr...

Perfect Summer Date Ideas

Perfect Summer Date Ideas

Elaina Joyner, Reporter

May 30, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle

It is the time of year for fireworks, beach trips, and hot weather. Summer is the best time to kick back and relax with a boyfriend or girlfriend. There are many unique dates to do that fit any price range and time. From relaxing to exciting the various dates can accomplish any type of date you ar...

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