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Editorial: The Importance of Rationality

Mason Weaber, Reporter

May 22, 2019

Imagine a world where people form beliefs, views, and lifestyles not on reason, but instead based on what those are doing around them. One wouldn’t have to imagine this world, as this is the case for far to many people. By many people, rationality has been taken into disregard, but this is no surpr...

KKW Announces Fragrance Launch

Kardashian West announced her creations and launch date on October 25. KKW Crystal Gardenia, KKW Crystal Gardenia Citrus, and KKW Crystal Gardenia Oud each obtain a unique scent different from the other. (KKWFragrance)

Claire Strucko, Copy Editor

December 11, 2017

Kim Kardashian West (KKW) is back with more KKW Beauty, except this time it isn’t makeup. The 37 year old fashion icon has released three different fragrances. The fragrances launched on the KKW Fragrance Website  on November 15, 2017 and sold out in six days. KKW Beauty first launched in June of 2017. ...

‘90s trends that have made a comeback

Actress and singer Zendaya rocks the denim on denim look with bright colored lipstick and matching nails. Zendaya is a spokesperson for Covergirl makeup brand. (via Instagram)

Claire Strucko, Copy Editor

November 13, 2017

The ‘90s was a time of turtlenecks, scrunchies, and all denim everything. As this fall season approaches, popular trends from the ‘90s are making a huge comeback, and fashion icons are living for it. Icons such as the Hadid sisters (Bella and Gigi), Kendall Jenner and Zendaya Coleman have brought p...

Made In America Music Festival Returns to Philly

Fans sit and chill waiting for another artist to perform. In between concerts are one of the only times to sit and relax. Picture taken by Ali Gmerek.

June 7, 2016

By: Shyanne Gaston The greatest singers of all time come together for a two day concert with old and new music to perform.   Since 2012, the Made in America Festival hosted in Philadelphia, PA has been trending all over social media around Labor Day weekend. This Festival hosts artists from all dif...

Ladies Fashion Trends for Summer

Silence + Noise,

May 28, 2016

By: Hannah Gundermann Summer is a time for people to try new styles and fashion trends. This year, the runway hasn’t disappointed when it comes to new trends and recurring clothing items from the past. Popular stores have released their summer lines and are bursting with pops of color. Floral Dre...

HHS Sophomore/Junior Prom pops with color, classic designs

(In order as pictured from top left to bottom right) Senior Zach Som, junior Nate Wilson, senior Patrick Starner, and juniors Marek Mierski, Max Dadswell, Liam Wagler, and Anthony Rizzo show off the varied styles of boys’ prom fashion. (Submitted by Maggie Lane)

May 6, 2016

By Rachael Schirato Cars zooming through Governor Road witnessed only a blur of manicured toes, bright fabric, and glamorous updos. Hershey High School students showed off their unique fashion sense at the Hershey Lodge for sophomore/junior prom on April 23, 2016. To ring in the beginning ...

Kahoot! Trivia Challenge Engages Students

Sophomore Gina Tarsi poses with her first place prize. Tarsi scored 25,008 points in the Kahoot! Trivia Challenge.

April 29, 2016

By: Mason Benovy “You’re In!” On April 29th, HHS students had the opportunity to spend the morning playing everyone’s favorite game. Kahoot! as described by the game’s website, is, “a fun learning game made from a series of multiple choice questions.” Kahoot! was launched in 2013 in ho...

HHS Goes Native With Native Plants

HHS Students stand around the plants they just planted on April 29th, 2016. These small plants were put into a foot deep hole then surrounded by the old mulch.

April 29, 2016

By: Brenna Holycross There won’t be anymore pests at Hershey High School after this Community Day session. Hershey High School took on their first Community Day on Friday, April 29, 2016. Out of all the sessions, Native Plants: Campus Planting Activity was one of them. Stephen Newell, a HHS Envir...

Trojan Trendsetters

“Usually I describe my style as: looking like I’m about to go on a hike, but I’m not really going to go on that hike.” 
-Sarah Emenheiser, ‘16

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 ...

Technology Takes Over Family Time

In this Monday, Feb. 15, 2016, photo, Love 2 Learn Elmo is shown with a personalized iPad app from Hasbro at Toy Fair in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

March 22, 2016

By: Madison Held Members of the Smith family sit in different corners of their living room. In front of them, the TV is on and a movie is playing. Both the parents and all three of their kids are reflecting between their personal technology and the movie in front of them. This is what you would see if...

HHS Community Shares Traditional Irish Recipes

Potatoes are used in many traditional Irish foods, such as the mashed potato-like dish Champ. (Photo credit AP Images)

March 15, 2016

Saint Patrick's Day: a day often dedicated to cheesy leprechaun beards, McCafé Shamrock Shakes, and green dyed beer. The holiday, which commemorates the feast day of the patron saint of Ireland, is often associated with wild parties rather than its traditional roots. Saint Patrick’s Day has b...

Non-Traditional Holiday Recipes

Non-Traditional Holiday Recipes

January 16, 2016

By Rachael Schirato These are not the usual cookies. The holiday season is the prime time for sugar cookies, eggnog,  and Christmas ham. Try something new at your dinner table this year. The HHS community shared their unique holiday recipes. Experiment over break with this collection of family favorites! Tarte au Sucre  ...

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