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Thinking of going swimming in a creek this summer? Keep these things in mind

Kamalini Nagarajan, Reporter June 15, 2023

Have you ever been hiking in searing hot weather and then spotted a creek? Perhaps your first thought is to jump in since the cool glistening water is just so tempting. Well, before you do that, here are...

Sun Protection in the Summer

Mythili Pai, Reporter May 29, 2023

As the weather is starting to get warmer and the school year comes to an end, there is an important topic that applies to everyone: sun protection.  Many tend to overlook the benefits of having good...

Celebrating National French Fry Day: June 13

Ishmarika Adhikari, Reporter May 17, 2023

Whether it’s store bought, from a fancy restaurant, or even homemade, French fries are great no matter what. Today June 13th, National French Fry Day is the best day to enjoy some.  National...

5 fun activities to do this summer in Hershey

Teagan Delves, Reporter April 28, 2023

With summer approaching, entertainment activities are becoming more active. Here are some ways to spend your free time that don’t involve traveling far! HersheyPark Tanger Outlets The...

Top 5 Summer Jobs for a Hershey Teen

Valerie Nothnagle, Reporter February 25, 2023

As the summer of 2023 approaches, teenagers at Hershey High School are on the hunt for jobs. Luckily, Hershey, PA has many local opportunities for young people to work.  

Big Bend National Park is pictured at sunset.  National Nature Photography Day can be celebrated anywhere, not just in remote national parks.  (G. Lamar/CC BY 2.0)

Celebrate National Nature Photography Day on June 15th

Dan Hogan, Science and Technology Editor June 15, 2022

Each year on June 15th, National Nature Photography Day is celebrated. The first Nature Photography Day was created and celebrated in 2006 by the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA). The...

8 great spring and summer creative snacks

Grace Catalone and Christina Lengle April 28, 2022

In need of some new summer and spring snacks? Here are eight fun and interesting snacks for you to make that are even great party treats! Watermelon Rice Crispy Treats This lookalike watermelon treat...

Pistache, a Golden Retriever, bounds through the waves.  National Work Like a Dog Day is August 5, 2021. (Thierry Marysael/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Celebrate National Work Like a Dog Day

Molly Ziesenheim, Reporter August 5, 2021

  What is Work Like a Dog Day? The national holiday is a day to push yourself and put your maximum effort into getting things done. On this day, you give everything your best effort. At...

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Use Sunscreen Before It’s Too Late

Julia Grenoble and Ava Sheppard  May 4, 2021

Whether you are tanning at the beach, taking your dog on a walk, or just going outside for a few minutes, sunscreen should be used in order to protect your skin.  Most people only use sunscreen when...

5 Sunscreens that can save the coral reefs

5 Sunscreens that can save the coral reefs

Ashlyn Weidman, Editor-in-Chief April 30, 2021

Getting outside and in the sun is a great part of spring and summer, but to do it safely doctors recommend regularly applying sunscreen.  But our favorite sunscreen might actually be damaging to one of...


What to put on your Summer 2020 Bucket List

Mallory Gillespie and Julia Grenoble June 12, 2020

As the weather starts warming up and the school year comes to a close, it may be time for you to begin envisioning what you want your summer to look like. Considering the COVID-19 outbreak is just beginning...

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Popsicle Recipes for the Summer

Alexis Moodie, Brand Manager June 11, 2020

Popsicles are an easy and fun way to cool down this summer. There are hundreds of recipes across the internet but these are some great recipes to show the vast options.  Mini Frozen Yogurt Pops from...

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