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Wear A Mask

January 14, 2021

People are getting tired of the pandemic.  Even when the vaccine is available for everyone, we still must continue wearing our masks. Currently, there are a total of over 21,588,382 COVID-19 cases and...

Editorial: Progressivism Wins Elections

November 24, 2020

One of the big issues concerning the nomination of the democratic party’s presidential candidate this past year was whether the candidates were too progressive to appeal to a majority of voters in the...

Columbus Day should be Indigenous Peoples’ Day

November 8, 2020

Imagine having a National Holiday honoring the person who brought diseases, enslaved, tortured, and is responsible for the deaths of 12 to 15 million people. Although it seems crazily inhumane, all of...

Virtual learning is not beneficial to students

October 30, 2020

Melina Mousoupetros, a guidance counselor at Hershey High School (HHS), reports that approximately 20% of students are taking part in complete virtual learning.  Due to the Coronavirus pandemic this...

Marijuana should be legal in Pennsylvania

October 30, 2020

The legalization of adult-use (21 and older) marijuana would give Pennsylvania about $580 million from tax revenue.  Legalizing marijuana would open up more jobs, create an increase in the economy, and...

The New 88 Minute Classes Makes Learning Harder

October 29, 2020

Covid-19 has taken a toll on students around the world by drastically altering the learning environment.  In a normal school year, without a global pandemic, Hershey High School students attended seven,...

Trapped Greenhouse Gases are Melting the Ice Caps

October 29, 2020

It is predicted that if ocean and air temperatures continue to rise due to greenhouse gases the Arctic could be ice free as soon as summer 2040 according to the World Economic Forum.  The world's ice...

Cyberbullying During Covid-19

October 27, 2020

During the worldwide pandemic of Covid-19, there is an increase in kids, teens, and adults using technology. With the increased usage of devices, social media is also increasing the percentage of people...

Penn State College Students Should Not Be Sent Home This Semester

October 8, 2020

Freshman students at Penn State hosted a “maskless social” two days after move in day resulting in more than 2,000 signatures on A petition to get the freshman sent home, according to The...

Editorial: Work and home life must find a balance during quarantine

May 22, 2020

Day after day, students are rolling to the other side of the bed, logging on to the computer, and going straight into a zoom call. Afterwards, they go back to bed and the cycle starts again when it is...

The Broadcaster Needs Your Help: National College Decision Day

The Broadcaster Needs Your Help: National College Decision Day
April 15, 2020

Because all Pennsylvania schools are closed from the Coronavirus, seniors won’t get the chance to participate in National College Decision day on May 1st. It’s always been a tradition that on this...

Editorial: State colleges should be free

March 18, 2020

By: Maeve Reiter For a highly developed country with some of the highest esteemed educational institutions in the world, it would be reasonable to believe that the United States would have a very high...

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