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Tattoos are Not Taboo

HHS English teacher Michelle O’brien shows off her first tattoo on March 20, 2017. O’Brien waited until she turned 50 to get the tattoo. (Broadcaster/Emerson Freer)

Emerson Freer, Reporter

April 27, 2017

In today’s society, is a visible tattoo still a job turn-off? Before any millennial gets a tattoo, they are almost guaranteed to hear the classic, “you will never get a job now” response. Although tattoo approval varies depending on the industry, many modern companies promote creativity an...

HHS Girls’ Cross Country Team Wins Keystone Division

Senior Taylor Mortensen runs to the finish on Tuesday October 4 at Shank Park. Mortensen ran a time of 19:55 during her last regular season race as a Trojan. (Broadcaster/ Hannah Gundermann)

Hannah Gundermann, Feature Writer

October 14, 2016

On Tuesday October 4, Hershey’s girls cross country team defeated Cedar Cliff girls cross country 16-47 at Shank Park. The win secured the Keystone Division Championship for the girls. The team ended the season with an undefeated record. Senior Taylor Mortensen finished the race with a time of 1...

Homecoming Court Q&A

Kieri Karpa, Layout Manager

September 30, 2016

The votes have been counted, and the Homecoming Court has been chosen. Every year, the senior class of Hershey High School nominates a few of its fellow students to be considered for the Homecoming Court. Then, the whole school chooses the Homecoming Court from the nominees. The Broadcaster sat th...

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