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How Millennials Are Changing the World

By Eli, an upcoming senior at MHS Say the word “millennial” to anyone over the age of 40 and watch as a look of disgust falls over their face. Lazy,...

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10 Lessons that Shaped my MHS Legacy

By Abby, a senior at MHS I don’t know how many times I’ve heard the saying “hindsight is 20/20,” but I never fully understood it until now. I am days...

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What Does the World Need?

By Alex, a senior at MHS The funny thing is, I swear I just got here yesterday – yesterday being six short years ago. Looking back, it went fast. You...

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How I Found Myself Through Serving Others

By Desirea, a senior at MHS From a young age, I was always interested in helping others. I was raised in a house full of children – there are currently...

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Filled to Overflow

By Olivia, a senior at MHS I enjoy being active in whatever means possible, especially in service, Christian ideals, leadership, academics and exploration. On Sunday mornings, I teach a group...

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As Seen on TV: Sharing My Success

One of my favorite things to do is to talk about MHS to people who don’t know all that it is. Yeah, some questions get redundant and annoying to answer,...

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Shining in the Courtroom: Leila Asemani, Intern

Milton Hershey School junior Leila Asemani shines when she’s practicing her mock trial skills in the school’s courtroom classroom, so it’s no surprise that she is spending the summer before...

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Starting My Next Chapter

By Tatiana ’15 Since my last blog, I received some BIG news that I had been waiting to hear for what felt like an eternity. I was accepted to the...

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Tatiana: Alumni

On Aug. 1, 2009 at 13 years old, I started my journey at Milton Hershey School. My name is Tatiana and, this is my MHS story. I, unlike many of...

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