The Green Wave Gazette

A large group of demonstrators in Boston on May 30, 2020 peacefully protest for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Why I March

Zoe Balewicz, Contributor
January 14, 2021
Abington High School senior James Foley in his English class on Tuesday, January 12, 2021.

Learning through Speaking

James Foley, Contributor
January 12, 2021
Although people might picture homelessness as this person in San Francisco on September 23, 2012, there are far more faces of homelessness that people do not see.

What Does Homelessness Look Like?

Abby Joyce, Editor in Chief
November 24, 2020
Isabelle Assaf '21 and Brian Tolan '21 in the dress rehearsal for Abington High School's musical

Drama Is My Life

Isabelle Assaf, Contributor
October 20, 2020
We never got to travel far on vacation but we were able to go to Hull, Massachusetts.

A Very COVID Summer

Alex Jernegan, Staff Writer
October 6, 2020
Mx. Granger, via Wikimedia Commons

Breonna Taylor Left Without Justice

Amaya Turner, Copy Editor
September 30, 2020
Car Wash volunteers from the Class of 2020 at Baileys Garage, May 2018. Left to right Jarib Cole, Will Klein, Steve Pizzi, Mikaela Littman, Jarae Cole, Colby Chryssicas, Victoria Donahue, Rob Stephens, Grace O'Donnell, Tom Furness, Bubba Gendreau, Leo Magnasco, Colby Augusta, Jake Bennett.

Advice for the Journey

Meagan McCadden, Staff Writer
June 5, 2020
Black Lives Matter protester holding a sign in Rotterdam, Wednesday, June 3, 2020.

Black Lives Movement

Dayna McRae, Contributor
June 4, 2020
Abington High School senior Drew Wilson passes the time talking to his friends through Zoom on June 3, 2020. Wilson has not been able to see his friends lately due to COVID-19 and has been making up that time lost through online video chats.

Not the Expected Exit

Drew Wilson, Contributor
June 3, 2020
Abington High School sophomore Maria Wood holds a

No Such Thing As Normal

Maria Wood, Staff Writer
May 22, 2020
Bubba Gendreau stands in front of a Green Wave Pride sign that the Class of 2020 advisors placed on student lawns. Gendreau has committed to attending Merrimack College this fall.

The Only Thing Certain Is Uncertainty

Charles ‟Bubba” Gendreau, Contributor
May 11, 2020
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.

Technology Against the World

Jack Clifford, Staff Writer
May 6, 2020
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