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    #Black Out Cancer

    Staff

    January 12, 2019

    Abington High continues their campaign to Black Out Cancer tonight when Hockey takes on East Bridgewater at 7:10 PM.  Mr. Serino, Athletic Director at the high school, said that, "the entire event was planned and is being carried out by the students."  The students on the Student Athlete Advisory...

    Senior captains Bryson Andrews (Boys Basketball), Kristyanna Remillard (Girls Basketball), and Ryan Doherty (Hockey), stand to #BlackOutCancer. On Friday, Jan. 11, students, faculty, and staff wore black to school. Basketball games took place January 11 with hockey playing on Jan. 12.

    Brian Magararu , with permission

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    Maria Wood, Staff Writer

    January 9, 2019

    As a teen, you've probably heard the statement "Social media is taking over your life" at least once from an adult.  And it certainly may not seem that way, even as you spend anywhere from ten minutes to five (yes, five) hours scrolling through your friends' stories, posts, and messages. Over the...

    These are just some of the social media icons that can be found on most phones and websites today. With just a click, social media can be used for positive as well as hurtful means.

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    See No Evil

    Alison Santosuosso, Staff Writer

    January 8, 2019

    The newly released Netflix post-apocalyptic movie "Bird Box" has caused a lot of hype. The thriller, based on the novel by Josh Malerman, stars Sandra Bullock as the main character Malorie and two four-year-old children, Boy and Girl, played by Julian Edwards and Vivien Lyra Blair. In this movie, Malorie...

    Social Media is often used to quickly spread information. At times helpful, but other times social media can fuel risky behavior, as seen with the recent videos on the Blindfold Challenge.

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#Black Out Cancer

Brian Magararu , with permission

Senior captains Bryson Andrews (Boys Basketball), Kristyanna Remillard (Girls Basketball), and Ryan Doherty (Hockey), stand to #BlackOutCancer. On Friday, Jan. 11, students, faculty, and staff wore black to school. Basketball games took place January 11 with hockey playing on Jan. 12.

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