The Green Wave Gazette

How Bad Are Single Use Plastics?

Cameron Curney, Production Manager
February 29, 2020
Abington High School seniors Kylie Roberts (left), Connor Whidden, and Mikayla Littman (right) test the wind speed at Mashpee Pond, Cape Cod, on an October 3, 2019 Environmental Science class field trip.

Water Crisis in Waquoit Bay 

Connor Whidden  , Contributor
October 31, 2019
A recycle bin on October 8, 2019 in an Abington High School classroom shows plastic water bottles and contamination of paper products.

Are Your Good Intentions Counteracting Recycling?

Acadia Manley, Staff Writer
October 8, 2019
Hubble's Sharpest View Of Mars taken 19 March 1997 by David Crisp and the WFPC2 Science Team.

AHS Students Embark on a Long Journey

Kathryn Sage, Contributor
September 30, 2019
Social Media may be used to spread messages of hate as the Christchurch shooter recently demonstrated by live streaming his slaughter of Muslims worshiping at two mosques in New Zealand on March 15, 2019.

World Wide Web of Hate?

Jacklyne Goduti, Staff Writer
March 28, 2019
Seniors in period one English class enjoying breakfast in the Green Wave Cafe while doing classwork on their one-to-one devices. Photo taken September 25, 2018. From left to right: Justin Maskell, Craig O'Connor, Ryan Doherty, Justin Murphy, Tommy Tashjian, Christian Lebossier, Michael Boyle, Tony Dao, and Bryson Andrews (back to).

Are Laptops Improving Learning?

Josh Flaherty, Contributor
March 22, 2019
Abington students gather together while on their phones at a local restaurant after school on the half day Friday, Jan. 25. Left to right are Sean Moran '20, Griffin Winters '21, and Connor Lee '21.

Does Social Media Make Us Less Social?

Andrew Lee, Contributor
January 26, 2019
Solar panel construction begins

Another Shade of Green

Cameron Curney, Staff Writer
March 25, 2018
IPhone 8 silver with white rear

Phone for the Holidays

Jordan Little, Contributor
December 19, 2017
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