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Stories from Abington High School
Cirque du Soleil Dazzles Again 
Arts & Entertainment

Amaya Turner | December 30, 2019

Since 1984, Cirque du Soleil has captured hearts around the globe. I’ve seen three of their previous spectacular shows and this month I was lucky enough to see my fourth.

On Thursday, Dec. 5,…

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The Weekly Wave Season 2 Episode 4: Murder at First Pitch
Audio

December 16, 2019

On Tuesday, Dec. 12, local author Nicole Asselin was interviewed about her book Murder at First Pitch: her inspirations and why she chose to set her mystery in the community of Abington.

Hosts:

Matthew…

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Love Is Love
Opinions

Amaya Turner | December 9, 2019

“That’s so gay, dude!” and “Oh my gosh, he’s dating a guy?!” are all too commonly heard in school hallways. These comments represent the sad truth that despite LGBTQ+ people having more legal…

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The Big Little Things
Features

Meagan McCadden | November 7, 2019

Whether it is 7:20 a.m. or 2:10 p.m., she is always there in her bright yellow retro-reflective traffic vest and enormous smile. Mary Anne Mattes is the school crossing guard, but she is also an inspiring…

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Video

Haley Cooper | September 25, 2019

The 18th Annual Jeff Coombs Memorial Road Race was held on Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019 at the Woodsdale Elementary School. The race is in memory of Jeff Coombs who on Sept. 11, 2001 was on a flight from Boston…

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Every Day Is a Battle to Breathe
Opinions

Amanda Murphy | April 11, 2019

Going to school, some students are nervous about who they are going to sit with, what their teachers will be like, or what friends will be in their classes. I, too, can be nervous about school, but for…

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Meditation & Yoga: Necessary Means of Health
News

Emily Coulsey | April 10, 2019

New to the physical education class options for the 2018-2019 school year was a class called “Mind/Body/Spirit.” This unleveled class is available to juniors and seniors as an alternative to a traditional…

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How Abington High Subdues Stress
Features

James Mulkern | February 4, 2019

In 2014 the American Psychological Association reported that teens in the United States were even more stressed than adults, with students experiencing stress at growing rates. This has not changed….

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Helping Pets Hurt in the Camp Fire
California Fires

Lily Bonner | December 21, 2018

From July until this fall, it seemed like all of California was burning. For months, a series of fires blazed across the state. These wildfires turned cities into ash.

One of these fires, the Camp Fire,…

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